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Who’s the biggest foe: COVID or Addiction?

COVID-19 with the “Delta” variant, along with the newest variant “Omicron,” has inflicted devastation on public health around the world; disrupting all aspects of life globally. As the unknown future of this ever-mutating virus continues, a largely unmasked nation walks the line of a “new normal;” celebrating the return to near-ordinary life with children returning…

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Through the Spouses Eyes: Dealing with our significant other’s addiction

“We have a saying in our family, ‘Those who fight the monster, should never become the monster.’ After his last deployment, something was different – he brought the monster home.” Alexis O’Donnell* recalls the moment she first realized she no longer recognized the man she had been married to for over 20 years. The father…

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Warriors Heart Foundation Announces it is a 2021 Carry The Load Non-Profit Partner Uniting to Restore the True Meaning of Memorial Day

Warriors Heart Foundation is proud to announce it will be a Carry The Load non-profit partner for the 2021 Memorial May campaign. As a part of Carry The Load’s Continuum of Care program, this partnership helps raise awareness and funds that are essential to helping our military, veterans, first responders and their families. [Warriors Heart…

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Medication Assisted Treatment For Opioid Addiction: A New Perspective

When Americans are asked to recognize U.S. service members, law enforcement and first responders, the feelings of reverence honoring those men and women are of unity and appreciation. The recognition that these heroes sacrifice their safeties in daily battles is generally met with gratitude and celebration. But these heroes are fighting even after their life…

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Warriors Heart announces New Executive Director Christina Moreno to manage Veteran and First Responder Healing Programs

Warriors Heart announces New Executive Director Christina Moreno to manage Veteran and First Responder Healing Programs

Warriors Heart names Christina Moreno as the new Executive Director to lead their healing programs for “warriors only” (military, veterans, first responders and EMTs/Paramedics) struggling with chemical dependencies, PTSD and other co-occurring issues. SEE FULL ARTICLE: https://www.prweb.com/releases/warriors_heart_announces_new_executive_director_christina_moreno_to_manage_veteran_and_first_responder_healing_programs/prweb17695183.htm

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Strength in Support: How Law Enforcement Officers Face Addiction and PTSD

Law enforcement officers, and other members of the first responder community, have a mission to protect and serve the lives of those who are placed in harm’s way. The immeasurable pressure to remain composed and diplomatic in moments of extreme stress can be too difficult for the average person to bear. Law enforcement is a…

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