Life After Recovery Posted On

September is Recovery Month! During Recovery Month we promote and support our recovery community and the dedication of service providers. Recovery is something to be celebrated, but it also means commitment, lifestyle changes, on-going support, and much more.   An important part of recovery can be your treatment plan. It can help to solidify your commitment… Read more »

The Impact of Gambling on Family Members  Posted On

Did you know that June is National Family Month? Family can mean different things to different people, but they all function under one premise, love and commitment to one another. When we are part of a family we worry about our families’ best interests and want to make sure they are healthy and happy.   Navigating… Read more »

Problem Gambling Awareness Month Posted On

This March we are celebrating 20 years of Problem Gambling Awareness. While we always work to raise awareness about what problem gambling is, this month is the time set aside to educate, and celebrate the strides we have made in awareness, treatment, and recovery.   Why talk about problem gambling?   Gambling disorder affects men and women,… Read more »

Holiday Stressors Posted On

The holiday season is a time for celebration and gathering. It is a time of joy when getting together with family and friends. However, it can also be a time of stress, especially if you are in recovery from a gambling problem. There may be certain stressors or triggers that give you the urge to… Read more »

Recovery Month Posted On

September is Recovery Month! Every September we celebrate the strides made by those in recovery from substance use, mental health and gambling. Recovery Month works to promote and support new treatment and recovery practices. In addition, it is the time to celebrate the strong and proud recovery community and the dedication or service providers and… Read more »

Problem Gambling and Suicidal Thoughts Posted On

There are many groups that are at higher risk for both problem gambling and suicidal thoughts. Additionally, people with problem or disordered gambling have higher rates of suicidal thoughts or ideation, suicide attempts and death by suicide. People who are veterans, LGBTQIA+, middle-aged men, and senior citizens are all at higher rates of both problem… Read more »