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Balancing Work, Family, Treatment

Balancing Work, Family, and Treatment   When facing the idea of adhering to a new life full of sober activities such as meeting attendance, maintaining a new living schedule, tending to responsibilities, keeping up with self-care and taking time for family, it...

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Will My Insurance Cover Treatment?

Will my insurance cover treatment? (Discuss, Discover, Decide) For anyone thinking about treatment, talking to a primary care physician is an important first step, as he or she can be a good source for treatment referrals and medications. Once treatment is suggested...

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Should I Move into Sober Living?

Should I go to a sober living?   Whether a sober living option is legally mandated, friends & family suggested or self-initiated, it will be useful to many in recovery. For many looking to recover, moving into a sober living home after or during treatment...

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Staying Sober During the Holidays

The holidays can be so stressful! How can you stay sober? The book of Alcoholics Anonymous promises that recovered alcoholics can go anywhere and do anything that regular people do, with the exception of drinking, provided that they are indeed recovered and have a...

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What to Avoid During an Intervention

“All members of the family should meet upon the common ground of tolerance, understanding, and love.” This is from “The Family Afterward” chapter in the book Alcoholics Anonymous. If you begin any conversation, whether it be an intervention or an informal chat, with a...

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Announcing Hearts for Heartland House

Hearts for Heartland House is a new program that we are launching to support our clients during the critical period when they are transitioning between residential treatment and functioning in society. We need your help! Your recurring monthly donation in any amount...

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