Recovery Education

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL)

Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) is a  National faith-based nonprofit that helps families learn healthy ways to deal with an adult child struggling with addiction. Meetings are facilitated by parents who complete the free training program and receive ongoing education. Weekly meetings include an evidence-based educational component using a curriculum written by a Licensed …

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Hispanic Heritage Month, Sep. 15

Hispanic Heritage Month September 15 marks the beginning of Hispanic Heritage Month. This year, OMH will celebrate the culture, achievements and contributions of Hispanics and Latinos in the United States while also raising awareness about the health disparities impacting their community. Health disparities continue to affect the health of Hispanics/Latinos and have left them vulnerable …

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Choices delivers 2 of 4 webinars to Florida GALs – on Addiction & Recovery

Ginger Ross, founder of Choices, is elated to have delivered the 2nd part in a 4 part series to Florida GALs  on Addiction and Recovery, with 480 in attendance. The 2nd series topic was on Reuse Prevention. In the webinar, Ginger posed a poll asking a vital question: When someone finishes with a 28 day …

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Do I have a problem with Alcohol

Check out this very friendly brochure from SAMHSA helping an individual identify if they have a drinking problem, because this can be a difficult conversation and some really don’t even know if they do have a problem with drinking. I know I did not. User friendly

Emotional Sobriety

What is emotional sobriety? Some might think that it means being “happy, joyous, and free,” a common adage in 12-Step meetings, taken from AA literature. Of course, people like this definition. It means that if they work a good program, they will achieve physical sobriety (abstinence) and become happy in the process. I hate to …

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