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Establishing and maintaining recovery during a pandemic

Sep 18

Establishing and maintaining recovery during a pandemic

By Susan Kozak For MediaNews Group September is National Recovery Month, an observance to reflect on recovery and a reminder that a life free of addictive substances is possible. While people determined to seek or maintain sobriety can succeed, the coronavirus has made it more challenging than usual. The combination of isolation, fear of getting […]

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Sep 26

Reality of Recovery featuring Tiffany Jenkins

REGISTER FOR TICKETS HERE EVENT INFORMATION: Thursday, September 26 6-7 pm Meet and Greet Reception 7-9 pm Program Wayne County Community College District – Downriver Campus, 21000 Northline Rd., Taylor MI 48180 Program is FREE with advanced registration. Meet and Greet Reception is $25 and includes the opportunity to meet Tiffany, book signing, light refreshments, […]

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Sep 14

New medical assisted treatment program launched by Community Care Services aims to treat opioid and prescription drug dependency

Susan Kozak For Digital First Media Sep 14, 2018 Opioids have become a major public health crisis here in Michigan and across the nation. A report by the Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) and Apriss Health concluded that there were 30 percent more drug-related overdose deaths in 2015 than in 2013, with […]

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Mar 22

March brings more opportunity to binge drink

By Susan Kozak Special to Digital First Media Mar 22, 2018 March ushers in the spring season, a reason to celebrate after such a long winter. It also happens to bring with it seasonal celebrations such as March Madness, St. Patrick’s Day, spring break and Tigers opening day. And one common element that ties all […]

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Feb 15

Coping with an alcoholic parent

By Susan Kozak Special to The News-Herald Feb 15, 2018 As estimated one in 12 Americans suffer from alcohol abuse or dependence according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. As a result, an estimated 26.8 million children are exposed, at varying degrees, to alcoholism in the family, placing them at higher risk […]

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