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26 Nov 2014 Written by admin In
Baptist Healing Trust

Baptist Healing Trust and the Community Resource Center Extend a Helping Hand

The Baptist Healing Trust (BHT) collaborated with the Community Resource Center (CRC) to donate a great deal of beautiful and much needed furniture to Discovery Place.

26 Nov 2014 Written by admin In

Even Socrates Was a Drunk

One of the most prevalent stereotypes amongst many, including those new to sobriety, is a rather repugnant conception regarding the physical characteristics or appearance of addicts and alcoholics. Through the course of many conversations, I've heard folks propogate the notion of the alcoholic as a beggar on the streets toting a bottle-shaped brown paper bag.

26 Nov 2014 Written by admin In
Fellowship Night

Fellowship Night at Discovery Place- Addiction Recovery with Friends - Video

If you can't have fun in sobriety, you probably won't stay sober. In an effort to engage and offer healthy recreational options to the Middle Tennessee sober community, Discovery Place created Fellowship Night. This free event offers those in recovery, young and old, the opportunity to get together and enjoy each other's company in a safe, welcoming environment.

26 Nov 2014 Written by admin In
Pink Cloud

Pink Cloud Syndrome in Sobriety, good or bad?

I remember sitting in a 12 step meeting not long ago and hearing a newcomer, filled with the dubious elation of early sobriety, exclaim he was on a ‘pink cloud.’ For those who don’t know, the term ‘pink cloud’ refers to a state of mind, usually experienced in early sobriety, characterized by unusual happiness and grandiosity in spite of rather difficult life circumstances.

26 Nov 2014 Written by admin In
Rehab Scams

Drug and Alcohol Rehab Scams in California

It was disheartening to see the top story on CNN today (July 31st, 2013) referencing the scams orchestrated by California drug and alcohol rehabs. The actions perpetrated by these facilities tarnish the reputation of an industry that seeks to better the lives of those affected by addiction-related issues.

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