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The month of April is National Alcohol Awareness Month             
Seabrook | 17 April

Eighty-seven percent of people have consumed a glass of alcohol at least once in their life. While occasional alcohol consumption

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Seabrook’s Experience with the Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19)
Seabrook | 16 April

Seabrook’s experts continue to take a two team approach to stay ahead of the curve on COVID-19 at all Seabrook

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Addiction Is a Family Disease
Seabrook | 13 February

Addiction is a Family Disease. Not only does it affect the person with Substance Use Disorder, each person their life

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Veterans Day – Remembering All Who Served
Seabrook | 11 November

On Veteran’s Day, we honor the sacrifice millions of veterans have made physically and mentally. Too often, the wounds of

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family support
How to Help a Loved One Stay Sober
Seabrook | 23 August

When someone you love has admitted they need help for their addiction and have entered treatment, you should admire them

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sober fun at night
How Can You Have Fun at Night Without Drinking?
Seabrook | 16 August

In recovery, nighttime may take on an entirely new meaning as you contemplate life without drinking. After all, it’s common

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Coming to Terms With Shame in Recovery
Seabrook | 2 August

Everyone struggles with shame and guilt occasionally, but these feelings are especially common for those in early recovery. While you

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deaths of despair
“Deaths of Despair” Reach All-Time Highs in the U.S.
Seabrook | 21 June

A sobering new report, released earlier this month by the Commonwealth Fund, sheds more light on the lack of progress

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Why You Need to Be Goal-Oriented in Recovery
Seabrook | 14 June

While most drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs have a well-defined end point, your recovery is something you’ll be actively working

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social anxiety disorder
The Connection Between Substance Misuse and Social Anxiety Disorder
Seabrook | 7 June

People living with social anxiety disorder are especially vulnerable to substance abuse problems. According to the Anxiety and Depression Association

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