Recovery is difficult no matter who you are or the season we are in. It’s a process that takes time and effort and must always remain the priority. While in recovery its important not to put unnecessary pressure on yourself. This is often easier said than done, especially during the holiday season.Read More
Positive thinking doesn’t mean you ignore all that is bad in the world or discredit the importance of a negative situation. Positive thinking is your approach to situations, your attitude towards yourself and outlook on life. Positive thinkers have an optimistic approach to situations and are productive in their style. They often make the best out of situations and search for resolutions instead of focusing on the problemRead More
Hepatitis C is a common and well-known disease in the substance abuse community. Hepatitis C (HCV) is the most common blood-borne virus in the United States, with 4-5 million Americans currently infected. In fact, Hep C is 3x more common than HIV. If left untreated Hep C can cause serious liver damage, including liver failure.Read More
I need help! This is a phrase many of us associate with weakness and vulnerability. By asking for help we are acknowledging we have a problem that we cannot fix alone. For many that is a thought too hard to swallow. So, we continue to struggle and try to push through our problems. We tend to become secluded and try and save face for the sake of our pride.Read More
Staying properly hydrated, especially in this Arizona heat is something most of know we should do. Hydration is important for the body and mind to properly function. This is especially important while in recovery and trying to get your body and mind back on track. So why is it that so many of us still do not drink enough water every day?
Here are 15 reasons to get you drinking water now!Read More