A healthy diet is an important factor in overall well-being, but nutrition plays a crucial role for those in recovery. Even short-term substance misuse can force the body to work overtime...Continue Reading
Choosing to enter addiction treatment is a life-changing decision – and one that comes with a lot of financial and personal risk. With so much at stake, how can you know if you’re making...Continue Reading
Americans owe it to our vets to stand by them in their hour of need. That means supporting them if and when it comes time to pursue treatment for substance use disorder and/or co-occurring...Continue Reading
Serving in the U.S. military is an experience that only the few and the proud can understand. In fact, it’s fewer than ever these days: While nearly 20% of the US population was a veteran...Continue Reading
It’s a common saying among those in recovery that addiction is “cunning, baffling, and powerful.” That is only more true when addiction is compounded by mental, emotional, or behavioral...Continue Reading
The friends and family of America’s vets understand all too well what it feels like to be consumed with worry and fear for your loved one. When addiction is the foe your vet is facing, it’s even more painful. Addiction is a cunning, baffling, and powerful adversary. Luckily, no one has to face addiction alone – and that includes military families and the loved ones of vets.
Helping a veteran find freedom from addiction is possible for anyone, and it may be even easier than you think.