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Support for Children Living with Mental Illness

Published on February 4th, 2015

Therapeutic support services provide physical, social and emotional assistance for children with mental illness, and educates the child and their parents on how to properly deal with potential issues they may face. These services help to ensure that the child can gain the skills needed to reach personal goals or milestones, attain independence and become […]

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What Addicts Want You to Know

Published on October 1st, 2014

An addiction affects more than just the addict. Both the addict and their loved ones feel pain and stress. One of the hardest parts about recovering is communicating with those they love most. Addicts don’t want to feel alone; they want to feel loved. They don’t want you to talk at them; they want you […]

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Using Replacement Activities to Help Your Child Avoid a Relapse Into Addiction

Published on August 13th, 2014

Addiction recovery is no simple task. It can feel overwhelming to the people recovering and their support system. Simple challenges seem like unavoidable roadblocks that often lead back to old habits. For many people recovering from addiction and their families, the time after rehab is one of the hardest to get through. If you have a child […]

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Avoid Addiction: Helping Your Teen Stay Away From Drugs/Alcohol

Published on August 13th, 2014

All parents worry about their teenagers getting involved in drugs and alcohol. You want your teen to grow up to be a happy, successful person with a family of their own. The last thing you want is for them to develop an addiction that will ruin their life. Addictions are much easier to prevent than […]

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Warning: Is Your Teen Having Suicidal Thoughts?

Published on August 13th, 2014

Teenagers are notoriously surly and withdrawn. As a parent, you wonder what happened to the sweet little child who never wanted to leave your side. Most of the time when teenagers act out and push away their parents, they’re being normal teens. However, some things that seem like normal teenage behavior are actually signs your […]

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