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Alcohol Awareness Week

Alcohol Awareness Week – Do I Have A Problem? The UK’s Chief Medical Officer has provided guidelines on low-risk alcohol consumption. The guidelines provide a framework, based on the latest evi...

Self-Care – The Pursuit of Well-Being

  Self-Care  The Pursuit of Well-Being Well-being appears to one of the latest buzzwords and is the foundation of a plethora of workshops, retreats, self-help books, online courses, and ...

Responsible Gambling Week

Responsible Gambling Week in the UK is a campaign led by the gambling industry that aims to create a conversation with customers, staff and the wider public about gambling responsibly, driving awarene...

Seemingly Irrelevant Decisions – A Roadmap to Relapse Prevention

Recovery from addiction that place individuals and others at risk is a process, it is not a single step. Although it begins with an extremely important and essential single step—the personal decisio...

Addiction, Treatment and Conflict Resolution

Residential treatment for addiction is much more than just learning to stop taking drugs, using alcohol, gambling etc. One of the fundamental tenants of any treatment program worth its weight in gold ...

World Mental Health Day – Creating a Happier Self

There are a variety of mental health conditions, all with different presentations, however, they are all generally characterised by a combination of abnormal thoughts, perceptions, emotions, behaviour...

Winter Blues – The Benefits of Treatment in The Sun

“I may not have gone where I intended to go, but I think I have ended up where I needed to be.”  – Douglas Adams, The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul If it is not bad enough to be suffering w...

World Suicide Prevention Day 2018 – The Facts

Strong Hope Are Proud To Support The International Association for Suicide Prevention (IASP) Over 800,000 people die by suicide annually, representing 1 person every 40 seconds Suicide is the ...

Overdose Awareness – What is an Overdose?

What is an Overdose/OD and what is the current picture? An overdose can be described as a process of taking a larger dose of a drug than the body is able to handle. Overdoses can occur accidentally...

Parental Drug And Alcohol Misuse Problems – A Family Affair

For the individual with a drug and alcohol misuse problems life is very seldom a bed of roses. For the using individual shame, guilt, worry, deceit and money issues are all present in varying degrees ...

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