People who live in Butler County can get help to quit smoking. There’s no need to wait for a class – individual counseling sessions can take place over the phone. The best part is that the service is FREE for Butler County residents, thanks to the recent funding from the Tobacco Master Settlement Funds. If […]
We’re planning to showcase the reality of recovery from substance use disorders, honor those in long-term recovery and those who offer treatment this coming Saturday(9/18/2010) beginning at 8 A.M. See the posting at http://www.recoverymonth.gov/Community-Events/2010/Butler-Recovery-Walks!-2010-1980.aspx We’re having food, demonstrations, the walk, recovery speakers, and, oh, did I mention?? fun!! Join us!
According to Shoveling Up II: The Impact of Substance Abuse on Federal, State and Local Budgets, issued in May 2009: As federal, state and local governments grapple with shrinking revenues and an unprecedented economic downturn, maximizing limited resources and controlling government waste are at a premium. Perhaps in no other areas of government spending are […]
Join our local recovery community–individuals in recovery, service providers, and their family and friends–as we demonstrate that recovery walks among us at our 3rd annual celebraton of National Alcohol and Drug Addiction Month (Recovery Month) No entry fee! All are invited to Recovery Walks! 2010, including non-walkers. Event t-shirts available: $12 each, 3/$30. When: Saturday September 18,2010, […]
Other Tobacco Products like hookas are not a safe alternative to traditional cigarettes! Perceptions: Hookahs Safer Than Cigarettes? Wrong Article reprinted from New York Times At least in Canada, many young people seem to believe that hookahs and other water pipes are safer than cigarettes, researchers say. For a study that appears in the current […]