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August 20, 2018

How Addiction Has Saved My Life: An Inspiring Story Through Recovery

Banyan Treatment Center provides addiction treatment services for anyone suffering from this vicious disease. Read about a former Banyan patient who has successfully recovered and changed her life.
August 6, 2018

I love music festivals, can I still go now that I’m in recovery?

Warped Tour, Electric Forest, Ultra, EDC. Music festivals have become a staple in today’s pop culture. Can you attend these festivals and stay sober?
August 1, 2018

How Five States are Fighting Back against the Opioid Epidemic

The opioid crisis in America has left no one untouched. It has ravaged all demographics and regions, leaving no stone unturned. Learn how states are fighting back.
July 3, 2018

The Link Between Addiction and Mental Health

So, you’ve completed an addiction treatment program, and you’re active in your aftercare plans, but you might be wondering “Now what?”
June 27, 2018

I Completed an Addiction Treatment Program: Now what?

So, you’ve completed an addiction treatment program, and you’re active in your aftercare plans, but you might be wondering “Now what?”
May 31, 2018

Why Can’t I Snap Out of My Depression?

There is a common misconception that depression is something a person should simply be able to “snap out of,” especially if they cannot identify the reason that they are feeling depressed. Learn how to cope with depression from Clinical Director of Mental Health Rob Cole, LMHC.
May 31, 2018

Five Ideas for Sober Summer Fun

One of the most common fears in newly-sober individuals is that life will be “boring,” when actually, being sober enables you to better appreciate the little things in life. Learn more about these great ideas for sober summer fun!
May 8, 2018

Holistic Care: Treating the Mind, Body and Soul

Traditional therapeutic groups, counseling sessions, and family therapy can leave patients feeling drained, maybe discouraged. Recovery, however, is about more than simply learning to put down drugs and alcohol.
May 8, 2018

May is Mental Health Awareness Month

Just like addiction, mental illness doesn’t discriminate. One family member who is suffering from an untreated mental illness can devastate an entire family.