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Co-Occurring Disorder Statistics: Understanding the Dual Impact

A survey conducted in 2021 shows that close to 9.2 million adults in the United States have a co-occurring disorder. Co-occurring disorders, where mental health issues coexist with substance abuse, create a complex reality for individuals that requires compassionate understanding and targeted intervention. Without it, not only will these individuals…

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New Year’s Self-Resolution

As the calendar turns a page to the new year, many of us participate in the tradition of setting a resolution. While customary ones focus on everything from weight loss to money management to breaking bad habits, the common denominator is clearly about improving oneself. Focusing on our well-being is…

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The Necessity for Vocational and Peer Services

The Manhattan Treatment Court (MTC) offers participants diagnosed with substance abuse disorders alternatives to incarceration. The goal is to help break the cycle of incarceration for substance-abusing first-time felony offenders. While this program provides a life-changing opportunity, there are still obstacles that these individuals face, which is why programs like…

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EAC Network Harnesses the Power of Optimism

The mission of EAC is to empower, assist and care for all individuals in need. We help people survive in a challenging world. It is a delicate and intricate balancing act that requires consistent support from volunteers, employees, and donors. These efforts can inspire entire communities to build themselves back…

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There is a Long and Proud History of Nonprofit Organizations

August 17th is National Nonprofit day, where we recognize and reflect on all the positive impacts they have had on the world. The history of nonprofit organizations in our country goes back centuries. When visiting America in the 1830s to study our prisons, French sociologist and political theorist Alexis de…

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GivingTuesday 2021: The Gifts of Joining a Global Movement

Between Black Friday and Cyber Monday, there is one day each year that is dedicated to selflessness. GivingTuesday, which this year is November 30 this year, is an opportunity to express your generosity right at the start of the holiday season. If you are thinking about participating in GivingTuesday 2021, find out about the intangible and tangible gifts you could receive in return.

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