Today's news that drug overdose deaths across the U.S. in 2020 hit the highest levels every recorded is deeply concerning.
It also points to a need for more education and access to treatment and recovery services.
Last weekend the Dayton Daily News published a story about a young girl who took her own life shortly after COVID-19 shut things down last March.
That got me to thinking - are people taking time to check in on friends
We've had a rough year - well, more than a year, really. Adjusting life amidst a pandemic has meant not just working more from home and spending more time indoors.
It's also meant a lack of sleep.
Admittedly, my sleep
NOTE: This article appeared in the Wilmington News Journal on May 11, 2021:
Not long after COVID-19 started shutting things down last year, I got a call from my sister. Her oldest, a 13-year-old who had been
Our guest blog writer this week is Michelle Rolf, Southwest Ohio Director at Mental Health America of Northern Kentucky & Southwest Ohio:
I was working in the garden last weekend (remember… when it was warm and
You may have heard it from friends or family members before when you're having a drink:
"I'm just having one."
But is it really? Truth be told, the amount of alcohol in one beer is different from the amount of alcohol