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Addiction Treatment for Women

Let Go of Fear. Make a Change. Enter Recovery.

If you, or someone you love, suffers from addiction, reaching out for help is not always easy. But when you’re ready to reach out, New Vista Recovery Services for Women is here.

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Recognizing a Mental Health Crisis

All too often, when bad things occur, we spend hours or days looking back on the situation and wondering what we could have done, what we should have done, to have prevented the situation. Often, we ascribe to ourselves more power than we actually have. Sometimes bad things happen.

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Think Mental Health Doesn't Affect You?

Think again. The National Institutes of Mental Health (NIMH) reports that nearly one in five adult Americans, or about 44 million people, experiences mental illness in any given year. For children, ages 8 -15, an estimated 13 percent experience a severe mental health disorder.

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Recognizing and Preventing Suicide What You Need to Know

Every one of us has a role to play in preventing suicide. Whether it’s befriending someone who seems depressed, recognizing the warning signs in a family member, or advocating for suicide prevention programs and hotlines, each of us has a responsibility to our fellow man.

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Ways to Manage Social Media-Induced Vacation Envy

That social media is one of the most powerful and widespread forms of communication today is without doubt. We use it for everything – from finding out about our favorite brand of shoes, to catching up with a former colleague, to searching for jobs.

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In Honor of Father's Day - Tips for Dads!

Fatherhood has changed across the U.S. Today’s dads are more involved in their families and in their children’s lives than ever before.

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Pregnancy and Addiction Network Featured During All Things Considered

The New Vista Pregnancy and Addiction Network was recently featured during All Things Considered. For the past two years, BPAN has been providing a multi-disciplinary approach to addressing substance use during pregnancy and post partum months.

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7 Tips for Busy Moms this Mother's Day

The day to day pressures of a busy family life can consume the mental and physical energy of even the most steadfast mother.

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Peer Support Specialists Help Addiction Recovery

New trends are emerging in the treatment of addiction. Peer support is the next step in treating addiction. New Vista is one of the few organizations in the Commonwealth offering the state curriculum to train this new position in addiction treatment.

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Pregnancy & Addiction Network Can Help You

Since the late 1980s, policymakers have debated the question of how society should deal with the problem of women’s substance use during pregnancy. Prosecutors in many states have attempted to rely on a host of criminal laws already on the books to attack prenatal substance use.

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Is it time to change your relationship with food?

Food is the fuel that supports every activity of our lives: physical growth, brain development, exercise, creativity, problem-solving, social interaction, work … none of it is possible without food.

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Learn How You Can Fight the Opioid Epidemic

Learn how you can make a major contribution toward reducing the toll of the opioid crisis in Kentucky.

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