Blog Posts

31
Aug

Completing High School – A SUD Recovery Goal

Substance Use Disorder and High School Graduation Rates According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Association (SAMSHA) in a 2017 Short Report 12th grade aged youths that had dropped out of high school were more likely to be struggling with a Substance Use Disorder than youths that were still enrolled in high school. SAMSHA doesn’t claim to know which

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24
Aug

Finding Resources for the Whole Self in Recovery

FINDING RESOURCES DURING SUD RECOVERY Recovering from Substance Use Disorder is a difficult journey and it affects a person’s life in many ways. The barriers to recovery aren’t always the recovery work itself; although that is also challenging; at ARCNH we recognize the challenges presented by everyday life and work to help you navigate those challenges to build a life

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10
Aug

Turning the Tables on Stigmatizing Language

Defining Substance Use Disorder At ARCNH we specialize in providing resources that support long term recovery from Substance Use Disorder (SUD). We’ve talked in previous blog posts about what some of those resources are. We went into detail about Recovery Coaching (embed link here) and we discussed our referral services (embed link here) but we have yet to cover exactly

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3
Aug

Practicing Self Care in Recovery from SUD

PRACTICING SELF-CARE IN SUD RECOVERY “Self Care”; it’s one of those hot-button, click bait, $1 words we see on social media, on tv, on ads and blasted at us from beauty products everyday. But, it’s not just a token word, it’s an important tool and a skill for successful recovery and a healthy life. Ok, not the hot-button, click bait,

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16
Jul

ARCNH July 2021 Newsletter – New hires, events and more!

Learn more about our new hires, community support and upcoming events in the ARCNH July 2021 newsletter!