The Impact of COVID-19 and Social Distancing on Addiction Recovery
Contrary to the idea of social distancing, for those in recovery, attending face-to-face recovery meetings that emphasize closeness are essential
Recognizing Substance Abuse in the Elderly
As we age, there are many chronic conditions that we become more susceptible to such as diabetes, heart disease, cancer,
The Signs of Adderall Abuse: Adderall the Next Opioid Crisis?
The addictive and destructive nature of Adderall is downplayed or dismissed because it is a popular prescription drug. With
What is Moral Injury? Bringing the Conversation to the Forefront
Just as veterans suffered undiagnosed from PTSD before it was recognized as a psychiatric disorder, so now is a new
National Mental Illness Awareness Week: How Can We End Mental Illness Stigma?
This year, the main focus of National Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 06 - 12) is to end mental
How Addiction-Related Suicide Support Groups Can Help You Heal
Millions of people lose loved ones to addiction-related suicide every single year. Feelings of depression, hopelessness, and despair can
Addressing the Opioid Epidemic with Addiction Services in San Diego
It’s nearly impossible to find a life in the United States that the opioid epidemic hasn’t touched in some
How Can a Non-Profit Organization in San Diego Change the Lives of the Less Fortunate?
There’s no doubt about it: there will come a time in your life that certain obstacles will break you. A