March 14, 2019

Mental Health in the Hospitality Industry

In 2015, approximately 14 million people were working within the restaurant industry; by 2026 this number is expected to reach over 16 million, according to Statista. Add millions more hotel staff and caterers into the mix. A statistically significant number of Americans fall under the umbrella of this job...

March 6, 2019

First Responders: Trauma, Mental Health, and Suicide

People living in California have seen the rapid rise of wildfires. Millions of acres have burned in the last decade and a half, and more than 150 Californians have lost their lives in such fires — including firefighters. In 2018 alone, 1,035,939 acres burned; in the “Camp” fire, 86 people...

January 16, 2019

Treating Mental Illness In The Military Family

Men and women who serve in the military are entitled to receive adequate medical and psychological care. Those who deploy overseas face significant obstacles, risking both life and limb. The impact this type of existence can have on such people is high. Many servicemen and women who come back...

January 11, 2019

First Responders In Need Of Recovery

First responders work on the front lines of tragedy. Police officers, paramedics, and firefighters routinely put the needs of others ahead of their own; and, such people work in environments that hardly allow them to talk about their own problems. The paradox is that the very same people who...

August 1, 2018

High Temps Can Impact Your Recovery

When people are comfortable, they feel better; simple, right!? It’s the inverse that is of particular concern especially regarding those recovering from addiction or another form of mental illness. In the field of mental health, recovery is dependent on balance, calmness, and serenity. Naturally, outside factors can impact people’s...

May 2, 2018

Fitness #4Mind4Body Mental Health Month

National Addiction Treatment Week has come to a close, and hopefully, you found some time to spread the message that treatment works, and recovery is possible. Naturally, the effort to end the stigma of addiction is a year-round job; the fight must continue, millions of Americans are unwilling to...

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