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A New Start, Inc. Recognizes May as Mental Health Awareness Month
05.23.2016 Addiction Addiction and Recovery Alcohol Abuse Drug Abuse Substance Abuse

A New Start, Inc. Recognizes May as Mental Health Awareness Month Mental illness is a disease that does not discriminate, it affects people from all walks of life and different backgrounds. A New Start would like to recognize May as Mental Health Awareness Month. According to a recent Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration […]

President Obama and Macklemore Team Up to Tackle Drug Addiction
05.18.2016 Addiction Addiction and Recovery Drug Abuse In The News Substance Abuse

The drug epidemic in America has been making headlines in recent months, especially with the upcoming election and campaign battles. In President Obama’s recent weekly address to the Nation, he requested Congress to pass a bill for $1.1 billion in funding to make sure those who suffer from drug addiction are receiving the proper treatment […]

7 Points to Consider When Choosing a Sponsor in Recovery
05.12.2016 Addiction and Recovery

7 Points to Consider When Choosing a Sponsor in Recovery After attending treatment, the next step in early recovery is to go into an IOP or OP program, and many patients also choose attend 12-step based meetings. A New Start Inc. is a 12-step based therapy program and we strongly suggest for patients to attend […]

Avoiding Negative Relationships in Early Recovery
05.09.2016 Addiction Addiction and Recovery Alcohol Abuse Drug Abuse Substance Abuse

Avoiding Negative Relationships in Early Recovery Humans are social creatures and as a result, people typically enjoy spending time with others. This could be as family, as friends, or as a love interest. When those in early recovery are first out of treatment, more than likely there are relationships that were damaged when they were […]

5 Ways to Break Enabling Behaviors
04.29.2016 Alcohol Abuse Drug Abuse Substance Abuse

What is enabling? No one wants to be accused of being an enabler. Dealing with recovering addicts, or loving someone who struggles with addictive behaviors you may feel obligated to help them. Unfortunately, the truth is that sometimes what may seem like helping can actually be doing more harm than good. According to the Merriam-Webster […]

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