Financial Wellness in Recovery

The Importance of Financial Wellness in Recovery

During early recovery, we are urged to steadily repair the damage caused by our active substance use. The focus is usually placed on mending relationships, developing self-awareness, and creating a healthy lifestyle.  There is less emphasis placed on restoring financial wellness in recovery, even though rebuilding financial stability typically ranks high on the to-do list…

Outpatient

National Recovery Month: Jeff’s StoryPart Three

Over the next few months, I made significant progress while attending outpatient treatment. Outpatient was probably the most influential part of my early recovery journey. It was during this time that I really began to see a possibility of becoming who I wanted to be. I really can’t put my finger on why, and he…

active addiction

National Recovery Month: Jeff’s StoryPart Two

I realize that I’ve spent a good deal of time describing my life in active addiction. In order to fully understand how my life was transformed by Greenbriar and my commitment to recovery, I need to make it clear just how bad things got. Prior to my life in active addiction, I had never taken…

National Recovery Month 2022 – Jeff’s Story

Hi, my name is Jeff Stone and I am currently the office manager at Greenbriar Treatment Center-Wexford. I deeply enjoy my work helping individuals suffering from substance use disorders find freedom from active use. A big reason I am so dedicated to my work is because Greenbriar Treatment Center saved my life and helped me…

The Stigma of Substance Use Disorders

Overcoming the Stigma of Substance Use Disorders

Thousands of lives are lost each year due to overdose and other medical complications stemming from untreated substance use disorders. For generations, substance use disorders have been shrouded in misconceptions that have kept countless people from seeking help. A strong stigma remains associated with substance abuse, resulting in feelings of personal shame for the afflicted…

Recovery Ally

Tips for Being a Recovery Ally

Substances use disorders, and those suffering from them, remain heavily stigmatized across the country.Individuals struggling with a substance use disorder may hesitate to seek help for fear of judgement.Many of those people will also find it difficult to open up to their loved ones because they don’t believeanyone will understand them. For most people in…

National Recovery Month

September is National Recovery Month

National Recovery Month is observed every September to celebrate the millions of lives transformed through recovery, recognize the providers and communities who make recovery possible, and to educate the public on evidence-based treatment and recovery practices1. Recovery Month was initially established in 1989 by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Administration (SAMSHA), but is now…

International Overdose Awareness Day

International Overdose Awareness Day 2022

Established in 2001, International Overdose Awareness Day is a global campaign which looks to raise awareness surrounding overdose risk, commemorate those lost to overdose without stigma, and recognize the grief of those who have lost someone to overdose1.   International Overdose Awareness Day is recognized on August 31st each year and is currently coordinated by the…

Entering Treatment While Employed

Entering Treatment while Employed: What you Need to Know

When you’re ready to get help for a substance use disorder, navigating the treatment process can be daunting. While there are many things to consider prior to entering a treatment program, employment is a major concern for many.  The risks of job termination, fear of discrimination or stigma all prevent individuals from entering treatment while…

How to Build Resilience in Recovery

How to Build Resilience in Recovery

Simply put, resilience is the ability to overcome or adapt to challenging life experiences.  Learning how to build resilience in recovery requires mental, emotional, and behavioral flexibility.  In recovery from a substance use disorder, there is no shortage of adversity.  Being resilient can mean the difference between a fulfilling life in recovery and a return…

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