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Substance Use and Dental Care: Rebuilding Hygiene

. Substance Use Disorder effects individuals in many ways that society is aware of and working to put action towards, like mental health services and detox/residential services. However, many times, other aspects of addiction are not recognized until [...]

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Mood and Anxiety Disorders and When to Seek Help

Have you ever been told to just “suck it up” when you are feeling sad, depressed, or anxious? It can be difficult to know when these feelings become so extreme that it is interfering with your daily wellness. Those suffering with a mood disorder [...]

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How to Support Loved Ones While in Inpatient Care

It can be difficult to be apart from family and loved ones while in inpatient care, but there are ways to support our loved ones while in treatment….What Can I Do to Help?…This may be one of the most difficult times in their life and they [...]

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Mindfulness of Mental Health in Young Children

When you think about the children in your life, you may not necessarily think about their mental health — especially when it comes to young children ages 5-12. However, it is important to be mindful of their mental health as it affects all [...]

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The Truth About Mental Health Hospitals: Myths and Stigmas

Fear of the unknown can make it difficult to seek help for mental health issues, especially with the negative way mental health facilities are portrayed on television and in movies — but you shouldn’t worry. This “Hollywood” stigma [...]

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The Impact of COVID on Children’s Electronic Gaming Addiction

The pandemic has changed the world we live in in many ways most significantly affecting our children. During the pandemic kids were forced to stay home, away from school, friends and public places. Playgrounds were closed and play dates became a [...]

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Breaking Common Myths About Mental Health Hospitals

Fear of the unknown makes it difficult to seek help for mental health issues, especially with the negative way mental health facilities are portrayed on television and in movies. This “Hollywood” stigma surrounding mental health hospitals could [...]

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