Behavioral Health

Enjoying Time Over the Holidays

Enjoying Time Over the Holidays

2020 has been quite the year for us. Circumstances and events like COVID-19 have certainly changed the way that we interact with others and what our lives look like on a daily basis. As we move into the latter part […]

Resiliency Is the New Normal

Resiliency Is the New Normal

Now that daylight saving time is over and we move deeper into an autumn heavy with pandemic-related school closures and social isolation for many, we have been thinking about resiliency. Two myths about what is “normal” have clouded our understanding of […]

Recovery is Possible

Recovery is Possible

Each September the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) celebrates National Recovery Month.  This a national campaign aimed at raising awareness and understanding of substance use and mental health disorders. 

Each year in our country, millions of Americans […]

Celebrating Healthy Lives

Celebrating Healthy Lives - people jumping off dock into lake

By Brent Baker

Every April we celebrate Alcohol Awareness Month as a way to increase public awareness about alcohol-related issues, reduce stigma surrounding treatment, and encourage local communities to focus on ways to live healthier lives.  Alcohol Awareness Month is a […]

Finding Fun and Relaxation

Each April, the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD) sponsors Alcohol Awareness Month to “increase public awareness and understanding, reduce stigma and encourage local communities to focus on alcoholism and alcohol-related issues.” Alcohol Awareness Month is a […]