• HOW MEDICAID SAVES THE LIVES OF ADDICTS A lot of people in the States are worried about the repeal of Obamacare, and it could be especially troublesome for the rehab community. One addict spoke out to the Huffington Post in response to a Wall Street Journal opinion piece which claimed that Medicaid may contribute to the opioid epidemic. "Haha," the addict tweeted back. "I've been sober 4 years thanks to Medicaid, same with 90% of all addicts I know." Kelly, a 29-year old male who wouldn't allow... Read Article
  • Music Therapy In modern society, most people who struggle and battle addiction problems or have mental health issues go to therapy. Through therapy, one can find efficient ways to battle and conquer the personal problems one goes through in the most effective way. There are many kinds of therapy methods modern society has to offer From group therapy to individual therapy etc. There are also uncommon therapies that people tend to use. I'm here today to talk about music therapy. What is... Read Article
  • You Can Overcome Anxiety and Panic Attacks If you are one of the millions of people who suffer from anxiety or panic attacks, know that there are ways that you can deal with it on your own. . According to an article by Dr. Neel Burton, anxiety is brought on by "apprehension at a perceived threat". https://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/hide-andseek/201210/coping-anxiety . Some people become overwhelmed by panic and anxiety to the point of debilitation, but it doesn't have to be this way, and if you've tried prescription medication and it... Read Article
  • 3 Reasons Teens Should Journal It isn’t unusual for teens to journal, keep a diary, or write about their feelings. It’s a form of expression that goes back years. But journaling has benefits that you may not have realized before. Expression Sometimes it’s hard for teenagers to express how they feel to parents, friends, classmates, etc. Some teenagers find it easier to confide with pen and paper, in a diary or journal, or on a tablet or laptop. Parents may never see the contents of a diary... Read Article
  • Chris Cornell and the Superunknown I was just listening to Down on the Upside by Soundgarden (Chris Cornell's band) and the lyrics, "I think it's turning back around, And I think I like it, I think it's turning back around, Though I don't know why it is, I think it's turning back on me, I'm down on the upside, I think it's turning back on me, Now I'm the good ride" are still in my head. Cornell inspired so much of my creativity and love... Read Article
  • Four Johns Hopkins students overdose on opioids at fraternity party A weekend fraternity party turns dangerous. Four Johns Hopkins University students end up in the hospital. Baltimore City Police say the undergrads all overdosed on opioids. It was quiet Wednesday outside the Delta Phi fraternity house. But noise was the exact reason Baltimore Police were called to the row home near Johns Hopkins University Sunday night. Officers came to break up a party, and ended up saving lives. Four undergraduate students had overdosed on opioids. It's not clear what drugs... Read Article
  • “DMC” on his struggle with alcoholism, depression and suicidal thoughts Hip Hop & Rap culture was forever immortalized in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame when in 2007 Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five were the first rap group to be inducted. Just two years later the legendary Run-DMC followed suit. Most will remember the group who were a major influence on the early days of hip-hop and other younger kids might just recognize the unmistakable RUN-DMC logo from their friends t-shirts. Darryl "DMC" McDaniels opens up about his... Read Article
  • Wentworth Miller on How Having Suicidal Thoughts After Depression Led to Him Conquering Bullies Great interview with Wentworth Miller in People magazine, click here to read, or see below. Earlier this year, Wentworth Miller was confronted with a painful image – anInternet meme that struck such an emotional chord that the actor decided to open up for the first time about the depression he'd battled his entire life. "I was having a really strong emotional experience and I needed to get it out," Miller tells PEOPLE exclusively of his decision to write a reactive... Read Article
  • Nearly 26 Million Americans who need Mental Health / Addiction services According to recent statistics there are nearly 26 Million Americans who need Mental Health/ Addiction services, and only a fraction of those actually receive it. With the implementation of the ACA (Affordable Care Act) more Americans are now able to access the kinds of care they need, making the Mental Health/Addiction space a popular one for investment groups and those seeking to make a difference. With the advent of social media and other digital outlets our youth have turned, now... Read Article
  • Description of the struggle A very down to earth description of the struggle. Did you know that 1/4 Americans struggle with Mental Health? Click for article Find the help you need today, from the comfort of...wherever! Connect with us now Read Article