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Thursday, April 18th, 2024

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At Pine Grove, we believe that education and research are integral to effective treatment. Our blog content includes messages from our staff members, discussion of new studies, and advice for those in every stage of recovery.

How Long to Stop a Habit

Thursday, April 18th, 2024
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How Long to Stop a Habit

Quitting a deeply ingrained negative habit is one of the most challenging things you can do. At Pine Grove, we recognize the difficulty of breaking a maladaptive coping cycle. [...]


Recognizing Signs of Self-Harm

March is Self-Harm Awareness Month – a crucial time for education and dialogue around a misunderstood and often-hidden issue. At Pine Grove, we understand the complexity and sensitivity surrounding [...]

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What Are the Risks of Drinking With Diabetes?

November, recognized as Diabetes Awareness Month, is an opportune time to discuss health considerations for those living with diabetes. One significant aspect is the relationship between alcohol consumption and [...]

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The Connection Between ADHD and Substance Abuse

Substance abuse is a multifaceted illness that arises due to an array of factors, including attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder. Read on to learn more about the connection between ADHD and substance [...]


5 Ways Addiction Impacts the Brain

Addiction is more than a behavioral health problem; it’s a complex illness. Drugs and alcohol significantly alter the brain’s structure and function, making it increasingly challenging to abstain from [...]

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Family History and Addiction

The complex connection between heredity and environment remains a compelling area of study in the addiction medicine community. Many people with a family history of substance use disorders wonder [...]

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PTSD Awareness Month

By: Ted Crawford, MS, LMFT June is National PTSD Awareness month. Everyone has some amount of trauma in their past that hasn’t been fully processed or, (“digested”). Even though the actual events [...]

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Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month

June is Alzheimer’s and Brain Awareness Month, devoted to increasing public understanding of this progressive form of dementia and its effects. Worldwide, more than 55 million people live with [...]

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National Drug and Alcohol Facts Week

America’s opioid abuse and overdose epidemic is well-documented, which can cause other information about drugs and alcohol to go overlooked. Since addiction is such a complex and multifaceted illness, [...]

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Amphetamine Dependence and Bipolar Disorder

Bipolar disorder is a mental illness that causes dramatic, uncontrollable mood swings. People with this condition alternate between bouts of mania and depression, which can disrupt sleep, energy levels, [...]

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Getting Mental Health Treatment for Your Adult Child

Watching your child go through a mental health crisis can be difficult and heartbreaking, even after they've left the nest. There’s often a sense of helplessness involved, especially if [...]