It’s one of those spontaneous Twitter hashtags that pops up and immediately starts to trend — #ReasonsWhyINeedDrugs. The expected jokes and tributes to getting wasted are there. But there’s also plenty to remind readers that drug use so often grows out of mental and physical health issues.
Promises Treatment Centers® and The Promises Foundation Honor Recovery Month with 11th Annual Polo in the Palisades Event
For the 11th year, The Promises Foundation presents its annual Polo in the Palisades charity polo match. The event benefits Miriam’s House, a transitional recovery home for low-income women and their children.
Each day, Brent Clark carries five index cards in his back pocket as a reminder of where he’s been and where he could be headed.
Imagine the shock of finding marijuana in your child’s room. A million thoughts instantly swarm your mind. You begin to panic and immediately feel like lashing out in rage and sadness. Are you a failure as a parent? Where did you go wrong? Where do you go from here?
Leading Intimacy Expert Robert Weiss Addresses Sex and Tech at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders
Robert Weiss, LCSW, CSAT-S, senior vice president of clinical development for Promises Behavioral Health, will be a featured speaker at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders in downtown Denver on August 21.
Matthew Goldenberg, D.O., a board certified psychiatrist and addiction psychiatry specialist, joins Promises Treatment Centers® as Associate Medical Director of Professionals Health Services.
The Montana Meth Project has never been known for subtlety. When the nonprofit group formed more than a decade ago to combat the state’s epidemic of methamphetamine use, it committed to a brutally truthful messaging campaign designed to evoke fear and disgust about this drug addiction.