“Everything was so extremely helpful . . . thank you!”

“We celebrate time in recovery – time clean, but for mental health, there is no ‘celebration.'”

“I liked hearing from the parents and the girl in recovery.”

Following Up
Navigating the Maze of Addiction & Mental Health

Thank you to our Community Partner, Perkiomen Valley School District for hosting “Navigating the Maze of Addiction & Mental Health” on April 25, 2018. We had an informative and interactive evening that included speaker presentations, a panel discussion, and breakout groups for all participants, which were followed by a Q&A with the panel.

↓View the Powerpoint Presentation↓


Patrick Dowling, LPC
Private Practice Clinician

Learn more about Patrick

“Minding Your Mind”

Learn more about Kristen

Pam Roberts
Parent of Children in Recovery

Read “Standing in the Storm”

Kathy Tunney, MSW
Executive Director, Ocean Recovery

Learn more about Kathy

Crisis & Other Important Information

National Help Line (SAMHSA) 24/7/365
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline

Links to Helpful Information Related to Dual Diagnosis

Interesting article about the link between addiction and anxiety
Comorbidity: Addiction and Other Mental Disorders
Glossary: Important terms related to comorbidity
Research Report: Comorbidity
Mental Health and Substance Use Disorders
How Common Are Comorbid Drug Use and Other Mental Disorders?
Is Drug Addiction a Mental Illness?
Is there a link between marijuana use and psychiatric disorders?

Infographic: Mental Health Facts




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