A new drug and alcohol treatment facility has recently opened in Mesa, Arizona, and started accepting patients last week despite it’s its official grand opening being on June 13. At approximately 12,000 square feet, every treatment plan is individually designed based on a patient’s needs. Footprints to Recovery has locations in three other states and recently acquired […]
Due to a partnership organized by Mid Coast Hospital, a drug treatment program in Brunswick, Maine is gaining some traction in Cumberland County. Mid Coast Hospital has become the first hospital in Maine to establish a relationship between emergency room (ER) physicians and Mid Coast’s Addiction Resource Center’s (ARC) behavioral health providers. According to the National Directory of Drug […]
A new sober living home for women recovering from substance use disorders has opened in Minot, North Dakota. The facility is titled, The Sanctuary Sober Living for Women, and has a philosophy that focuses on promoting non-chemical coping skills, volunteer efforts, profitable employment, education, and action. The home is a nonprofit organization that has been registered with […]
Momenta, a recently opened addiction treatment center in Glenwood Springs, CO., offers mental health and substance abuse services to inpatients as well as outpatients. Momenta was founded by mother of two Mandy Owensby, who herself had been in recovery for nearly six years. Having struggled to find a program that would accept her with her children, […]
Distracted driving is a recognized major issue on today’s roads, but it may be less commonly known that digitally distracted walking is becoming a big problem as well. It is no longer a question of whether or not humans can successfully multitask because the increase of accidents involving users paying more attention to a mobile […]
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