Jon Hamm leaves rehab

Jon Hamm, who is famous for playing the heavy-drinking Don Draper on AMC’s Mad Men, recently completed rehab from alcoholism.

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McLean Hospital opens treatment center in Maine

McLean Hospital, the largest psychiatric affiliate of Harvard Medical School, has officially opened the doors of McLean Borden Cottage, a residential substance abuse treatment program, in Camden Maine.​

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‘Wonder Woman’ fights alcoholism, stigma

Actress Lynda Carter, best known for playing Wonder Woman in the 1970’s, is opening up about her alcoholism and her 18 years of recovery.

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Demi Lovato celebrates 3 years sober

Singer and former Disney star Demi Lovato celebrated three years in sobriety this week.

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New online support group offered for Veterans, military personnel

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation is launching a new online support meeting available for free to U.S. veterans and active military personnel everywhere.

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Investigation finds army substance abuse program 'in disarray'

An investigation by USA Today has found that the Army’s substance abuse program is failing the people it is meant to help, resulting in countless missed opportunities for recovery and up to two dozen suicides.​

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New N.H. drug czar talks economic cost of addiction

The new director for substance misuse and behavioral health in New Hampshire is urging people to look beyond the headlines to understand the real economic cost of drug addiction in the state.

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Florida 6k will fund addiction awareness

Heroes in Recovery, a movement celebrating the heroic efforts of those who seek addiction and mental health treatment, is hosting a family-friendly 6K run/walk event in Coconut Creek, Fla. next month.​

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Go ahead, get angry

Acknowledging your emotions – even the ugly ones – is an important part of recovery.

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Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation using technology to advance care

The Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation announced that it will be working with IT supplier Cerner Corp. to implement an electronic health record system throughout the organization

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