Bridging the Gaps

December 7, 2017

Bridging The Gaps Welcomes Therapy Dog To Team

Animals can offer a sense of companionship, comfort, and unconditional love. When there is a positive interaction between the animal and human, healthful benefits can result. […]
November 21, 2017

Addiction: The Conscious and Subconscious Mind Part 2

By: Nisha Moore To read Part 1… Continuing Our Study of the Mind and Addiction As we are continuing our study on addiction and the mind, […]
November 14, 2017

Addiction: The Conscious and Subconscious Mind Introduction

By: Nisha Moore The mind is a powerful operating system, capable of retaining knowledge, memories, and experiences as well as regulating our automated bodily functions. When […]
May 5, 2017

A Rallying Cry for Awareness and Action: May is Mental Health Month

When most people think of good health, they tend to focus on physical well-being. Yet, sound mental health is inextricably linked to productivity, normal function, comfort, […]
April 21, 2017

A Long Overdue Overhaul: New Medicaid Substance Abuse Benefit to Expand Treatment Options

A long-standing barrier facing lower-income Americans needing treatment for drug and alcohol use disorders has finally been removed…at least for now. Starting this month, states across […]
April 14, 2017

Family Support and Balance in Recovery: Tips and Takeaways from Dr. Steve Sutton

By Becca Wetzel In the final installment in our interview series with Dr. Steve Sutton, we examine the role of the family in sobriety, and how […]
April 10, 2017

The Road Less Traveled: A Physician’s Perspective on Personal Growth, Willingness, and Finding a New Path Forward

By Becca Wetzel As part of our continuing conversation with Dr. Steve Sutton, we discuss how Dr. Sutton’s own path in recovery led him to Bridging […]
March 21, 2016

When Does Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Become a Risk to Recovery?

The unparalleled spike in opiate abuse and related overdoses in recent years has demanded unprecedented response. And while increased attention and concern have been seen in […]