Category: Sober living

  • Our Team

    When teaching cooking with “my guys”, I am not a professional cook; I am a human being, cooking. Just because we may dump too much cinnamon in an apple turnovers doesn’t mean we aren’t “good enough”; we just let it go and move forward. I don’t want them to be tense with feelings of pressure to…

  • Mavs fan with a mic: Meet the in-house voice of the Dallas Mavericks for 15 seasons CBS Texas

    A cross symbol seen throughout the house is placed above the window stand and salt and pepper shakers. On the following day, MIKHAEL can be found inside his room playing video games with his pet cat sitting beside him. When speaking to him, MIKHAEL wonders if he will find anything he has a talent for.…

  • Cocaine Screen Health Encyclopedia University of Rochester Medical Center

    You can get naloxone — and fentanyl test strips — from NEXT Distro or your local syringe access program. If you’re concerned about cocaine being in your system for whatever reason, it’s best to stop using cocaine immediately. Depending on your pattern of use, however, this might cause you to experience withdrawal symptoms. That’s not…

  • Rogers Sober House Sober Living for Men in Lowell, Massachusetts

    Dennis has worked 26 years for the Lowell Housing Authority in various positions. Dennis knows firsthand the devastation substance abuse and addiction causes the individual, family and friends and is looking forward to helping people overcome substance abuse and addiction in the Lowell community. Carleen recently joined the Megan House Foundation after several years of…

  • Art Therapy: Create To Recover

    Today, it can still be found anywhere and everywhere. People with SUD who have previously felt defeated and isolated from the world can reconnect with it once again through art. All art forms have the ability to not only help you express how you feel but help you free yourself from any emotions or experiences…

  • Diabetes management: How lifestyle, daily routine affect blood sugar

    It’s very important to take charge of stress when you have diabetes. The hormones your body makes in response to prolonged stress may cause your blood sugar to rise. It also may be harder to closely follow your usual routine to manage diabetes if you’re under a lot of extra pressure. Encouraging stronger connections While…