Support for Friends, Family, and Concerned Individuals who are Impacted by Other’s Drinking and Drug Use
World Gratitude Day gives us a wonderful opportunity to pause, reflect, and consider the positive things in our life.
There are different paths to recovery.
Taking the first steps and finding a recovery path that works for you is the goal.
Living as an addict can feel lonely, and this does not need to define you. In fact, the term “addict” can be offensive, especially when you are struggling with substance use or relapse.
The notion of suicide awareness and prevention with kiddos and teens can be a daunting one, and as such, a vital one to be discussed.
Having meaningful relationships through social connection is an important protective factor for good mental health and suicide prevention. Here are 6 Tips from the Suicide Awareness Voices of Education to Help Get Connected.
September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month. One of the ways in which we can all work together to help prevent suicide is to get connected.
CARE Counseling is approved by the American Psychological Association to sponsor continuing education for psychologists. CARE maintains the responsibility for this program and its content.
When asking individuals on how they experience the physical symptoms-of-stress, here are some of the most common responses: Chronic aches and pain, Physical and/ or mental exhaustion, Headache, Difficulty sleeping, Panic attacks, and Muscle tension
In a mental health industry where providers leave in droves and clinics struggle to hire new talent, CARE seems to have found a secret recipe for success, one that they’re more than willing to talk about.
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