Research shows that people who are night owls suffer from more depression than those who naturally get up early in the morning. Harvard Medical School and MIT teams studied over 840,000 people to reach their conclusion. The teams remind people that if you stay up late or go to bed early is determined by your [...]
The Veterans Crisis Line received a record number of calls in March 2023. The staff fielded over 88,000 calls during the month, 28% higher than any previous month. Authorities with the Veterans Administration believe that the surge is only the start of a burgeoning problem that will continue for the foreseeable future. While veterans [...]
Alcohol Use Disorder is not a medical term. Yet, many medical professionals use the term to describe the spectrum of alcoholism. On one end of the spectrum are people who have lost their homes and family because they want alcohol more than anything else in their lives. On the other end of the spectrum [...]
The Wisconsin Department of Health Services has launched a program called Small Talks: How WI Prevents Underage Drinking. The Small Talks web page has plenty of facts on underage drinking, talk tips, and how to discuss the issue of underage drinking with children starting as early as age 8. Here is the link: https://www.dhs.wisconsin.gov/small-talks/index.htm We [...]
Here are 12 Inspirational Quotes from Famous People in Recovery: “It’s like having a second chance at life, …. Seeing everything with clarity, gratitude; it’s unbelievable. I feel so good. And to have these little blessings is the icing on the cake.” - Ronnie Wood Guitarist/ Painter “Little by little I found the beat again, [...]
American Behavioral Clinics offers substance abuse therapy programs for those suffering from addiction and other behavioral health issues. We also provide substance abuse therapy for the family members struggling to cope with their loved one’s addiction. We invite you to learn more about our Substance Abuse & Addiction Treatment Programs Here. "Don't Let [...]
Download a Free Helpsheet provided by SAMHSA (Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration) about Talking to Your Kids About Alcohol and Other Drugs.