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Alcoholism: The Disease and Beyond

The American Medical Association declared alcoholism is a disease in 1956. There is a criteria that indicates if a person is suffering from alcoholism as opposed to a "problem drinker.” Learn more in this article.

How Your Diet Can Help Relieve Depression

Depression is linked to the balance of chemicals in the brain, a poor diet can contribute to symptoms. Discover how your diet can help relieve depression.
By |April 15th, 2015|Categories: Treatment||0 Comments

Meet Our Staff: Beth Raymond

Meet Beth Raymond, she's one of our Admissions Coordinators. In her role, she assists individuals and families seeking recovery.

Meet Our Staff: Deena Brady

We value every member of our staff, specially our tech staff. Meet our Lead Behavioral Health Technician, Deena Brady.

A Mother’s Hope

This letter was sent to us by the mother of a DRC alumnus. We know how difficult it is to face this disease as a family, so we wanted to share this mother's hope.

The Effects of Drinking Alcohol During Pregnancy

Whether it's wine or beer, there is a list of risks associated with drinking alcohol during pregnancy. Click here more about these risks.
By |March 25th, 2015|Categories: General Addiction||0 Comments

Meet Our Staff: Patrick Balsley

Meet Patrick Balsley, he helps our clients navigate the treatment process, as well as any pending matters outside of treatment.

Meet Our Staff: Shelby Tessar

Meet the heartbeat of DRC. As Director of Human Resources, Shelby Tessar provides support and contributes to the well-being of our staff and clients.

Meet Our Staff: Mike McGilvary, CCJAS, CRSS, CRPS

We value every member of our staff, specially our Behavioral Health Technicians. Meet one of our most beloved techs, Mike McGilvary.

Nutrition In Recovery: 7 Steps to be a “Foodie”

Addiction wrecks havoc on your health and depletes your body of nutrients. Nutrition in recovery is so important. Here are seven steps on how to become a foodie.