Investing in the Mental Health of Mothers
We know that substance use and mental health disorders have the potential to impact a family entirely – and we want to be able to offer appropriate, impactful treatment to families.
Letters to Society, Part 2
Someone’s reputation should not be based or defined around the fact that they suffer from a substance use disorder.
There are few accidents in life. The choices that I made were the ones that reflected who I was at that moment in time, but they don’t have to define me forever.
What do Social Workers do anyway?
Social Workers perform their duties with a ton of different populations that span all of the human experience. Any population that is identified as vulnerable is our people.
10 Ways Loved Ones Can Help
The pain and suffering of addiction are not limited to the person abusing substances. Loved Ones share a tremendous burden as well.
The Counseling Center’s New Campus: FAQ’s
Answering FAQ's about The Counseling Center's new campus in the East End neighborhood of Portsmouth, Ohio.
So, what’s your new year’s resolution?
We don’t have to let a bad day turn into a bad week, month, or turn into us throwing the entire year away (I’m looking at you, 2020.)
Our Stance on Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)
This wide array of beliefs opens the door to the discussion about how MAT is being used or not used to support recovery.
Creative Expression as a Conduit to Healing
The creative process is not just found on a canvas, it is an endless list: found in cooking, singing alone in your car, in lifting weights, how we solve problems, arranging flowers, playing an instrument, dancing, and in tending to a garden.
Recovery and the Holidays: Pro Tips with David Palumbo
In life and recovery, many times, things don't always go as we hoped. Being able to see trouble before it happens and being able to adjust your plans to place yourself in the best situation is a must for sustaining recovery.