Co-occurring Disorders

Mental health and addiction are closely linked. Learn how mental health disorders can affect substance abuse and what you can do to treat both.
Mental Health

What to Do When You Are Struggling with Addiction and Depression

Know that you are not alone in suffering from a co-occurring disorder. In fact, 37 percent of those battling alcoholism and 53 percent of those struggling with drug addiction also suffer from at least one serious mental health disorder. Depression and anxiety being the most common.
Addiction Treatment

Men, Trauma, and Addiction

Addicted men and women react to treatment differently. Discover how a man’s upbringing can determine the effectiveness of his recovery efforts.
Alcohol

Addiction: Men vs Women

Addiction can impact anyone, but social and physiological factors lead to gender-specific concerns. Learn how substance abuse affects men and women.
Mental Health

Chester Bennington’s Death Shines Light on the Importance of Mental Health

Chester Bennington’s suicide has many people talking about addiction and mental health. Learn about the singer’s life and how he and his music inspired others.
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

Stress & Addiction

Learning how to manage stress is key to your overall well-being, especially for those in recovery.
Mental Health

The Link Between PTSD and Addiction

Many Americans who suffer from PTSD use alcohol or drugs to numb their emotional pain, leading to addiction. Learn about options for treating both conditions.
Addiction Treatment

Holistic Healing: Forest Bathing Washes Away Stress

Nature is a scientifically proven stress reliever. Knowing this, we incorporate our beautiful surroundings at the base of the Berkshire Mountains into our programming.
Mental Health

Winter Blues: How to Recognize and Treat Seasonal Depression

Now that winter has officially settled in, the short, dark days are now also filled with chilling cold and harsh winds. For many, these gloomy winter days can put a damper on their lives.
Mental Health

5 Ways to Calm Down When Feeling Anxious

Anxiety disorders are incredibly prominent. Luckily, they can be managed. Learn how to treat your anxiety while strengthening your recovery.
Mental Health

Anxiety and Negative Self-Talk: How to Cope with Your Inner Critic

According to the National Institute of Mental Health, anxiety affects over 40 million people age 18 or older in the United States, over 18 percent of the population. And the interesting thing about anxiety is that, well, the worse it gets, the worse it gets.