Depression can be inhibiting and invigorate addiction. It affects over 15 million adults every year in the US. Mindful practices, counseling services, and your loved ones will be there for you as you navigate through your feelings of depression. Learn how you can better your mental health and strengthen your recovery.
Mental Health

What Are Co-occurring Disorders?

Almost 40% of individuals suffering from alcohol or drug addiction struggle with other mental health disorders as well. Learn more in this short video.
Mental Health

Substance Abuse Significantly Increases Suicide Risk Among Veterans

The study, which was recently published in the journal Addiction, involved 4.4 million veterans and was conducted over a period of six years.

How to Wake Up Like a Champ

If the first thing you have to do in the morning is convince yourself that the day isn’t going to suck, or if you have to take an antacid to soothe your stomach, then you may be experiencing anxiety or depression.
Mental Health

Winter Blues: How to Recognize and Treat Seasonal Depression

For people in addiction recovery, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) can pose a dangerous risk for relapse. Learn what you can do.
Addiction Treatment

What to Do When You Miss Your Addiction

At a certain point in recovery, a person may feel distanced enough from addiction that they begin to romanticize past substance abuse habits. Use these tips to avoid relapse.

Valentine's Day: A Time of Depression for Those in Recovery

Valentine's day can often bring on feelings of loneliness and depression. For those in recovery, this can be triggering and lead to a relapse. Protect yourself against the valentine's day blues, and learn how to strengthen your recovery.