Understanding Ruminating Thoughts

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When a person ruminates, they may believe they’re solving a problem. But repetitive thought patterns with a negative tone can be harmful and unproductive.

Winter Mental Health Awareness in Washington & Oregon

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While the winter can be a beautiful time of year and a time for holidays and gathering, the season can also be challenging. For some people, winter can create or worsen symptoms of depression or create seasonal mood disturbances. These challenges may also be made worse this year by the ongoing coronavirus. The best thing … Read More

Celebrate a Washington or Oregon Halloween Sober

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Halloween is one of the biggest nights of the year for drinking and partying. That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy the night if you’re staying sober. Halloween can have its challenges, but there are so many events and ways to enjoy it when you’re in recovery. Ghoulish inspiration is everywhere as you plan your frightful … Read More

Washington and Oregon Participate in Sober October

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If you’re sober curious, wonder about the positive effects sobriety could have on your life, or you want to show support for someone in your life who’s trying to get sober or is in recovery, consider participating in Sober October. Sober October coincides with Substance Abuse Prevention Month and is an opportunity to try out … Read More

The Recovery Village Ridgefield Joins the Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon Network

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RIDGEFIELD, WA (October 15, 2020) — The Recovery Village Ridgefield has proudly partnered with Regence BlueCross BlueShield of Oregon to provide in-network care to patients and their families. The Recovery Village Ridgefield is a member of the Advanced Recovery Systems network of rehabilitation facilities, bringing high-quality treatment for addiction and co-occurring mental health disorders to … Read More