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611 W. Union Street
Benson, AZ 85602
(520) 586-0800

NurseWise 24-Hr Crisis Line
1-866-495-6735

NAZCARE Warm Line
1-888-404-5530


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National Eating Healthy Day

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2014 SEABHS Grief and Loss Summer Newsletter

A few indications which may demonstrate that you are moving on from the intensity of grief. More...

SEABHS Grief and Loss Winter 2014 Newsletter

Grief and transition newsletter includes articles communicating about end of life wishes, mending a broken heart and more. More...

SEABHS Grief and Transition Spring 2014 Newsletter

Grief and transition newsletter includes an article called can we learn lessons when grieving a childs death? More...

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Health Sciences. You will find practical scientific resources and introductions to fields of science of relevance to mental and medical health (e.g., Neuroscience). More...
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Life Issues. Life issues are common problems, issues and/or crises that happen to normal people living normal lives. Examples include managing one's relationships so that they are healthy and functional, surviving disabilities, coping with grief, loss and self-esteem issues. More...
Medical Disorders. In this family of topic centers, you will find information concerning common medical disorders. More...
Mental Disorders. In this family of topic centers, you will find information concerning various mental disorders. More...
Wellness and Personal Development. Wellness is a broad topic that includes disease prevention, stress reduction, and even personal, social and spiritual growth. Until quite recently, very little attention was ever paid to helping people who are not ill, disordered or diseased in some way learn how to further enhance the quality of their lives, or prevent the onset of future illness. More...

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Treating Addiction: What Works?
When you're looking for treatment for addiction, you want to find one that works. Changing addictive behaviors can be extremely challenging. So, if you or a loved one are seeking treatment or have entered treatment for addiction, you would typically want to find one that has the best success rates. We know that there are no treatments that have perfect success rates. But, in the last 15 years, there has been a growing movement in psychology to seek evidence that shows which treatments are more effective for treating various mental health issues.  More...

Sleep Apnea May Steal Some of Your Memory: Study
Remembering everyday things was harder for those whose slumber was disrupted during dreaming cycle. More...

Child's Appendix More Likely to Rupture in Regions Short of Surgeons
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Study Shows How Toddlers Adjust to Adult Anger
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Depression Checklist
If you answered yes to two or more of the above questions, you may be living with depression. We all go through tough times but depression is different. It is like being stuck in a dark tunnel with no way out...it feels as if nothing will ever come right and that everything is hopeless. It can be easy to lose perspective but don't give up. Change is a constant and under these circumstances, change is definitely your friend. More...


Brain: Chronic Alcohol Maintains Fear
New research reveals that if you’ve had a traumatic incident and are abusing alcohol, your brain is being rewired against healing. Study author Thomas Kash, PhD, assistant professor of pharmacology at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine said. "Basically, our research shows that chronic exposure to alcohol can cause a deficit with regard to how our cognitive brain centers control our emotional brain centers." This seems to be another neuroscience study confirming what people have known for quite a while. More...


Elder Care Abuse
Families should be alerted to the possibility that elder abuse can occur, and should remain watchful for actual signs of elder abuse. More...


Addiction Treatment and Recovery
Contrary to popular belief addiction statistics have remained constant over the years. The difference in perception comes primarily due to the change in the drug of choice. In the 80's and 90's the country was engulfed in the Crack/Cocaine epidemic, followed by the prevalence of methamphetamine across the southern and western states. What is the answer? More...


The Biology of Addiction and Recovery
So how do people get addicted anyway? The recent contributions of science and medicine during the past 50-60 years have greatly advanced our understanding of addiction. We are beginning to understand biological forces that affect behavior (both humans and animals). Addiction is easier to understand when we consider that our biology programs us to pursue pleasure. More...


The Psychology of Addiction and Recovery
We will explore the psychological factors that affect addiction and recovery. Even if addiction originates because of some biological process, recovery from addiction requires people to become motivated to make significant changes. Psychology is a science that studies what motivates people to behave in certain ways. More...


Spiritual Approaches to Addiction Recovery
We now come to the final portion of the BPSS model: the spiritual approach to addiction recovery. More...


Alcohol and Substance Abuse Relapse Prevention
Relapse prevention (RP) is a type of coping-focused psychotherapy or psycho-education that strives to teach drug or alcohol dependent persons coping skills to help them avoid relapsing back to using drugs and/or alcohol. More...