When Should I Start Treatment?
Addiction is unfortunately a major issue in the United States. Each day a family is losing a loved one because of addiction and it’s time
Mental Illness & The Law
Stigmatization of mental health challenges is still prevalent and extends to the legal system. The mistreatment of inmates battling mental illness and inadequate care services
How to Support a Loved One in Recovery
Understanding the Journey Watching a loved one struggle through drug addiction recovery is a heartbreaking experience. Having a support network that understands the journey will
Understanding Your Clients
With the opioid epidemic worsening, it is critical that we stay aware of the psychological tools that allow us to help those in need. Person-centered
Untreated Depression Reducing Brain Volume
Major Depressive Disorder Impacting the Brain’s Structural Composition A new study suggests that having a more severe and chronic lifetime disease course in Major Depressive
Congress Passes Mental Health Matters Act (2022)
This past September, Congressman Mark DeSaulnier (CA-11), Chairman of the House Education and Labor Committee’s Subcommittee on Health, Employment, Labor, and Pensions, and Education and
New Actions and Funding to Address the Overdose Epidemic and Support Recovery
New Actions & Funding Addressing the Overdose Epidemic and Support Recovery $1.5 billion has been awarded to all states and territories with intentions of beating
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