Midwest Recovery Center Director of Client Services Rob Schilder, and client Greg Kohlhagen joined NBC 24 WNWO to discuss how isolation could trigger drug and alcohol use, reassuring the community that MWRC is open and here for you during the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19 is changing most aspects of everyday life. One big part of that is work.
As we continue social distancing, reaching out is more important than ever. We have to make a conscious
While many people are staying home, healthcare workers still have to go to
While most of us are stuck at home to stop the spread of COVID-19, we may
Amatus Recovery Centers will open a 24-bed drug and alcohol detox facility in Baltimore, MD.
For many people – in and out of recovery – uncertainty is a cause for unneeded stress and anxiety. It’s probably because when things are uncertain, it means that there is something out of our control. If only we could have our way.
So you’re stuck at home. You want to keep your mind stimulated, but you also want to avoid the news. How about a podcast? Here are some podcasts about addiction, sobriety and mental health.
The boredom, isolation and stress many are dealing with now may be a recipe for alcohol or drug cravings. Fortunately, cravings don’t mean relapse is inevitable. Below are some techniques that can help curb the urge to drink or use while socially distancing.
During the COVID 19 Pandemic, there are a lot of existing health-related issues that can be difficult to treat in isolation. For people in recovery isolating themselves could trigger a relapse or worse. Amatus Recovery Centers helps people in several states including Maryland. Michael Silberman Chief Operating Officer joined 98 Rock in Baltimore with some…