Are you enjoying your retirement (maybe a little too much)? Are you drinking too much? Here are some tips to help you get sober.
Substance abuse increased during the pandemic. Learn more about alcohol and inhalant abuse during the age of COVID-19.
Comorbidity, the presence of two or more disorders at once, is common in people with mental health struggles. Here’s what to know about comorbid bipolar disorder and substance abuse.
Alcohol might be the most commonly used/abused addictive substance in the US. The good news is that a condition that is so prevalent also receives …
Functioning alcoholic is an informal term used to describe people who have an alcohol dependency but still accomplish their roles in society. Alcohol dependency does …
Working with those who struggle with addiction, it would be impossible for us to overlook the overlap of codependency in drug abuse. However, for those …
Combat veterans are at high risk of PTSD. But, there is hope. Here are six positive affirmations for veterans suffering from PTSD and alcohol abuse.
It’s important to learn what alcoholism is and how it may be affecting someone you love this National Alcohol Awareness Month. Learn more here.
Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction is difficult. Here’s a guide to help you plan for inpatient treatment for drug and alcohol rehab.
Are you struggling with alcohol addiction? Learn more about alcoholic treatment at Fairwinds Treatment Center to begin your recovery journey.
Drug and alcohol use has increased during this scary time. Seek help if you are struggling with drug or alcohol abuse during COVID-19.
We want to celebrate the journeys of those in recovery. Here are the reasons why September is National Recovery Month and how to get involved.
September is recognized as National Recovery Month for those in recovery from addiction. If you are struggling, learn more about taking the next step.
Watching a loved one struggle with a drinking problem can be a crippling endeavor. Here are tips to help the person you love on the road to recovery today.
If you feel like 2020 has been a whirlwind of unprecedented anxiety and stress, you’re not alone. As the world continues to stand still, many …