National Substance Abuse Prevention Month, Health Communication + More

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multiple pathways to recovery“We do not believe that recovery is a one-size-fits-all process, and there are many ways to find recovery. All of these are worthy of celebration. We just want to see your life get better. We don’t care how you get better. Just get better.” Read the blog written by our Chief Clinical Officer, Rich Jones, on why we need multiple pathways to recovery.



Enhancing Your CommunicationNew Course: Enhancing Your Communication: How to Support Family, Friends, and Colleagues

In this course, Dr. Erin Craw discusses what social support is and why it is so critical to our health and wellbeing. Get examples of how to provide effective support in a relationship and learn why social support might not work in certain situations. (Please log in to watch.)



Suicide Prevention: Risk Factors, Red Flags, and How to Get Help

Community supportOur peer recovery coach, Miranda Hobson, shares a deeply personal journey in her latest post on the blog. Miranda faced incredible challenges over the past year and she highlights beautifully how community support is the heart of recovery.

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Making Sure Construction Workers Are Mentally Safe on the Job

You Learn You TurnJustin Azbill, Director of National EHS at Milwaukee Tool, opens up about the critical issue of mental health in the construction industry. He shares his personal journey, highlighting the dangers of mental fatigue and its link to suicidal thoughts.



Setting Boundaries Around Substance Use and Recovery

Setting boundaries around substance useWhen someone is in recovery, setting and communicating boundaries is critical to their success. Learn about what boundaries are and how to implement them with real-life examples.



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