You can stay safer, celebrate New Year’s Eve, and ring in the new year.
Sunshine Behavioral Health Blog
Giving can help others while improving our own mental health.
Different activities can help you celebrate the holidays and feel good, even during a pandemic.
Skipping alcohol-related gifts and parties can promote recovery and overall health.
Although it’s a myth that more suicides occur during the holidays, it’s good to know the warning signs.
Finding work during recovery can be challenging, but it can benefit employers and workers.
Learn some tips to fight seasonal affective disorder (SAD).
People have a human right to seek mental health and addiction treatment.
Alcohol allergies and intolerance are real and can be deadly.
Staying emotionally connected could lower our risks of developing substance use disorders and COVID-19.
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