Tag Archives: substance abuse

How Your Recovery Can Bloom and Grow

We’d like to welcome  Cathy Taughinbaugh, a Life and Recovery Coach and Founder of Treatment Talk, as our new guest blogger.  We’ve been following her great work and know our readers will benefit from her experience with her own family and others in guiding people through recovery.   Sometimes it’s necessary to reteach a thing its [...]

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8 Easy Ways To Make Your New Year’s Resolutions Work for Real Inner Happiness

  Yes, it’s that time of year again all over the world:  many of us are doing our New Year’s promises to ourselves on how we will change, be better, live, lose, love you name it. On our radio show one of our favorite guests we’ve had on in the past, Dr. William Arroyo from the Los [...]

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Nathan initially needed intensive supportive services, but later became a model tenant

Nathan E a transition age client. He moved into supported housing in July 2009 from living ‘independently’ in a dark dingy basement unit struggling with years of substance abuse including heavy meth use. Prior to this he was a resident at Opal Cliff. He initially required intensive supportive services when he first moved in as [...]

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Alliance for Wellbeing:Making a difference by being different

It’s OK to be different. That’s what we’re all about at The Alliance for Wellbeing. Maybe you have been diagnosed with a mental illness or have been labeled an addict or been bullied for being gay. Or something else is causing you emotional distress. At the Alliance for Wellbeing, we don’t label, diagnose or discriminate [...]

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