5 Ways to Stay Sober When Recovering From a Breakup

Recovering from a breakup can be difficult, and it can be even harder when you’re also trying to maintain sobriety. Like sobriety itself, the path to healing after the end of a relationship is rarely linear. There can be plenty of ups and downs, and times when you question your ability to move forward. Substance …

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How to Navigate Being Sober in College

Being sober in college can be a big challenge for young people in recovery. College culture is often associated with the ideas of heavy partying, binge drinking, and doing drugs. Trying to maintain sobriety in this environment can feel isolating, difficult, and at times, stigmatizing. It’s enough to test anyone’s resolve, but for those of …

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5 Good Hobbies for Individuals In Recovery

What are some good hobbies for individuals in recovery? In honor of Recovery Month, we’re taking a look at recovery activities that can help those dealing with alcohol or substance abuse channel their time and energy in healthy, fun, and productive ways. More than just distractions, these hobbies honor recovery and improve the process—and help …

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Retreat Behavioral Health Launches New Diversity and Inclusion Committee. Clinical Supervisor, Ronald Sexton (MSW, LSW, CAADC, CCTP), Named Chairperson

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE (Ephrata, PA) — If recent times have taught us anything, it is that there yet exists incredibly high levels of racism and discrimination throughout our country. With rising racial tensions, the need for healthy conversation and helpful resources continues to grow. Retreat Behavioral Health remains dedicated to becoming a voice for change, …

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