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July 16, 2024

Addiction is a chronic, relapsing disorder characterized by compulsive substance seeking and use, regardless of the consequences.
Lonely girl on the dark beach.

June 18, 2024

The difference between self-care lies in future investment. Are you living in the moment, or are you building a healthier future for yourself? If you aren’t sure, follow these steps—they’ll guide you as you reconsider your self-care process.
Portrait of a firefighter by a fire engine.

May 22, 2024

First responders can experience extreme stress during a crisis, which can build and lead to burnout or secondary traumatic stress. 
Man running on a bridge at sunset.

May 9, 2024

Reducing tension and anxiety is one of the main benefits of brisk walking or running as a means of addiction rehabilitation.
Young businessman with notepad thinking.

May 1, 2024

People who experience ADHD paralysis may feel like their mind and body are at a standstill. They may feel pressure to get things done but can’t think about where to start.
A young woman outside looking around, deep in thought.

April 17, 2024

Negative thinking patterns are easy to fall into and even easier to recognize. Most people experience negative thoughts about themselves at some point in their lives.
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April 9, 2024

As the era of artificial intelligence approaches, it’s important to understand possible uses. Artificial intelligence for mental health has great potential.
Soldiers with military camouflage uniform in army formation.

April 2, 2024

Substance use disorder (SUD) and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are two of the largest issues facing veterans today in the United States.
Psychologist talking to her patient.

March 27, 2024

Addiction recovery can include a myriad of inpatient and outpatient programs, including medical detox, partial hospitalization, sober living, and more.
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March 20, 2024

Medicaid drug rehabs have made a big difference in the way that substance usage and its effects are dealt with. Medicaid is essential in helping low-income people, people with disabilities, and their families who would not have the money to pay for treatment on their own receive access to drug rehab programs.

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