May/June Recovery Newsletter

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How to Multiply Your Happy During Mental Health Awareness Month & All Year Long

It sounds too good to be true but it is scientifically proven that if you incorporate the power of positive psychology into your life, you

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The Tunnel

By Becky Edwards I was wandering in a deep, dark forest. The kind of forest that you can’t see your way out of. Often I

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March/April Recovery Newsletter

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HOPE

By Molly Fiore Have you ever had a conversation that changed your life? I’ve had several, but one stands out amongst them all. It happened

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My Journey Back to Myself

By Jessica Freier My core self has always been a beacon to me, something I can hold on to when I face challenges in my

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January/February Recovery Newsletter

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New Psychiatric Resources Welcomed to MESA County

Mind Springs Health, the largest provider of mental health and addiction treatment on the western slope continues to expand available community psychiatric resources by announcing

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New Glenwood Springs Program Director

Mind Springs Health, the largest provider of mental health and addiction treatment on the western slope, is pleased to announce the appointment of Andrew (Andy)

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Recovering from Chaos

By Emma Sims I suppose it’s fair to say that we have known we weren’t like other people from a very young age. Some of

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