As reported by CNN, almost 30 million Americans are actively struggling with alcohol abuse. Senior citizens, women, and African Americans are the three groups with the highest increase in alcohol

Share

The opioid crisis has reached the level of a national emergency. ABHC can help through individually-tailored treatment and education. See our page on Opioid Dependency, and call us at (800)

Share

Dual Diagnosis and Substance Abuse It can be difficult to do a mental health or chemical dependency assessment on yourself. A substance abuse problem and a mental health disorder such

Share

What are the Drug & Alcohol Assessment Screening Tools? During our drug and alcohol evaluations we use tools based upon a standard known as ‘evidence-based.’ This means the screening tools

Share

Would Decriminalization of Drug Possession Help? It’s impossible to prove that throwing people in prison for using drugs has helped reduce crime or drug use. In fact, it’s pretty easy

Share

The Rising Need for Drug Assessments Between 2007 and 2014—the most recent statistics available—reported use of heroin rose 2.7 times, says the DEA. That’s at least 900,000 Americans, ages 12

Share
Anxiety

Everyone is anxious from time to time; anxiety has allowed humans to survive by giving them the energy to fight a danger or run away from it.  It gives us

Share
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD)

We are getting to that time of year again. Shorter days, more grey skies and less intense sun when we have it. It is a hazard of living in the

Share
It’s never to late to develop your brain!

For many years it was thought that the brain stopped developing at the age of 18. We now know this is not true. The brain continues to develop throughout a

Share
Grief:  How long is too long to grieve for a loss?

People often ask, “how long is it okay for me to grieve?” There is no right or wrong answer to this question, as our values, our culture, and our own

Share