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Alcohol-Related ER Visits On The Rise Nationwide

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A steady annual increase in trips made to emergency rooms as a result of drinking alcohol showed a startling jump between 2006 and 2014 according to a recent study published this month in the journal Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research.   The increase in alcohol-related trips to the ER added up to 61 percent more… Read On »

Committed to a Lasting Solution

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Drew Rothermel – President and Chief Executive Officer The New Year is a time of renewal, one which offers each of us the chance to accept new challenges and revive commitments to both personal and professional values. During this contemplative period, we are quietly empowered to reflect on the experiences of the past year, while… Read On »

Why Do People with Addiction Struggle with Resolutions?

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For some, New Year’s resolutions come in the form of commitments to lose a few pounds. Others vow to begin a new group activity. In comparison, those trapped in the bondage of addiction for more dire commitments. Many see the coming new year as the hopeful beginning of their sobriety. Pledges to change begin as… Read On »

Understanding “Failure to Launch” Clients

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By Kerry Coyle, Executive Director of Hanley Center at Origins Adolescence is an important stage in human development that is essentially the bridge between childhood and adulthood. During this stage of development, individuals typically develop skills for independent living while maintaining dependence on their primary family systems. In some cases, however, individuals may enter adolescence… Read On »

8 Ways to Focus on Your Recovery This Holiday Season

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Every year, dozens of blogs focus on the numerous ways that addicts struggle during the holidays. While the stretch between the holidays and the New Year can seem difficult to navigate, it doesn’t have to be. The solution to addiction doesn’t change just because the season does. As you celebrate the holiday, protect your recovery by taking action that can… Read On »

Alumni Newsletter | Winter 2017

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Happy Holidays from Chris, Myers, Chad, Kellye and Tharin! Alumni Newsletter | Winter 2017 My 30th Sober Christmas Chris Raymer, VP of Recovery Service   Christmas is almost here on South Padre Island, TX. As I’m writing this, it’s raining, cold and blowing 30 mph outside. Patients from up north are all walking around in… Read On »

Loved One Struggling to Stay Sober During The Holidays?

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Often, in the face of addiction and/or alcoholism, there is a complete breakdown in relationships with the alcoholic or addict needing recovery. Not only is the suffering person scared, frustrated and hopeless but so are the concerned family members and friends. Sleepless nights spent waiting for him or her to come home, numerous calls to… Read On »

8 Spiritual Lessons for Every Recovery Jedi (Part 2)

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Today, we offer the second ‘episode’ of our two-part series on the spiritual lessons in Star Wars. If you missed the first, you can find that here. Even if you aren’t a geek at heart, it is impossible to ignore the vital recovery lessons we can learn from the timeless saga of our favorite Star… Read On »

8 Spiritual Lessons for Every Recovery Jedi (Part 1)

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Across the galaxy, people will be rushing to their local movie theaters to watch the latest installment of the hit franchise Star Wars. Those of us who are committed to the ongoing story of good and evil know that there is something profoundly spiritual about the Star Wars narrative. Even if you aren’t a geek… Read On »

Facts about Mental Illness in the United States

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Mental and substance use disorders affect millions of adults in the United States. These illnesses are common, recurrent, and if left untreated, can be fatal. Thankfully, mental disorders are treatable and many do recover. Talking openly about mental and substance use disorders can help individuals recognize the signs of mental illness and encourage them to… Read On »