City of Portsmouth, Ohio, Special Council Session Commentary
It’s the assumption that treatment agencies owe Portsmouth. And this completely disregards and minimizes the positive things treatment centers bring to this community; what the recovery community brings to Portsmouth.
If you were ever curious about TCC’s Housing Operation and its staff…
The Counseling Center has a history of keeping supportive environments for recovery at the forefront of its strategic plan. TCC has been providing safe, supervised housing for our clients while in treatment since the mid-’90s.
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.)
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.
The Faces of TCC: Pamela
An interview with Pamela Black, Alumni of The Counseling Center
Avoiding Somnolence in Recovery and in Life
If we are not careful we continue to avoid our emotions and seek somnolence - in a glass bottle; a pill bottle; or a bag.
Disease Characteristics of Substance Use Disorders
But with all that being said, that’s all it takes: a person and the substance. Nothing has to “cause” the disorder – it can present by itself.