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January 5, 2015 Family Recovery Center publicist Do you do New Year’s resolutions? Or did you decide at some point that they always sound like good things but somehow it isn’t long until they fall by the wayside... more »»

Family Recovery Center staff wishes all a very Happy New Year 2015

December 29, 2014 Good morning everyone, and Happy New Year, 2015 from all the staff of Family Recovery Center. This is at least 20 years of writing this new year greeting. more »»

Taxation without representation exists

December 28, 2014 “Taxation without representation” is a phrase we all learned in grade school. more »»

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Family Recovery Center

December 22, 2014 By Eloise V. Traina M.A., M.B.A., Executive Director, Family Recovery Center Merry Christmas. more »»

Some spending bill criticism is off base

December 20, 2014 There’s been much written and discussed about the recently passed “Omnibus” spending bill – legislation that funds each of the federal agencies — approved by bipartisan majorities in both the U.S. more »»

Happiness: Finding it and passing it along

December 15, 2014 The holidays are here. It is the season of brotherly – and sisterly – love. more »»

Families make a difference

December 8, 2014 It’s a big world out there, filled with a lot of distractions and temptations. Parents worry if they are doing enough, informed enough, vigilant enough. more »»

Warning: Fentanyl abuse linked to deaths in Northeast Ohio

December 1, 2014 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist Substance abusers beware: Fentanyl has been circulating throughout northeast Ohio and has been linked to a number of overdose deaths. more »»

Celebrating holidays with family can help recovery

November 24, 2014 There is stress for everyone as the holidays come around. Maybe there isn’t enough money for all of the things you want to do to celebrate. more »»

The real story of Thanksgiving

November 23, 2014 The Pilgrims tried “it takes a village” socialism and almost starved. more »»

How much do you want to know? Marijuana facts

November 17, 2014 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist How much do you want to know? Marijuana facts Some people will never be convinced that marijuana use is risky. more »»

Can government really create jobs?

November 16, 2014 We are once again in the midst of sending our best and brightest off to Washington to make our country a better place. more »»

Common sense approach to immigration reform

November 16, 2014 We have all heard it said many times that America is a land of immigrants, some voluntary and some involuntary, but immigrants nevertheless. more »»

The new South — Black and conservative

November 16, 2014 In 1956, 19 Democratic Senators and 82 Democratic House members signed a Southern Manifesto pledging to resist the integration of Southern public schools as ordered by Earl Warren's Supreme Court. more »»

Veterans Day promotes awareness of military and service-related needs

November 10, 2014 Someone you know, someone you love, perhaps you, served in the U.S. military at some time in your life. You may have been in the military during a war. War, they say, is hell. more »»

Trauma: Emotional effects

November 3, 2014 By CATHY THOMAS BROWNFIELD Family Recovery Center publicist Every time “John” talks about his military experience with another veteran he gets choked up and tears begin to burn his eyes. more »»

Source of political power

November 2, 2014 Imagine an America where our politicians can no longer pit one American against another. Where divide and conquer is just a theory and not a functional part of our political system. more »»

Review: SCT goes all the way funny

October 29, 2014 By GINA BOLEY-CARTER Special to the Salem News When it’s funny, go all the way with it! That’s exactly what is happening at Salem Community Theatre with “A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the... more »»

You can help prevent the preventable

October 20, 2014 There is a growing problem in the United States that we need to talk about. Florida, Kentucky, Vermont and Tennessee report a sharp rise in the occurrence of NAS (Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome. more »»

Domestic Violence Awareness Month outgrowth of memorial

October 13, 2014 A domestic violence call is one of the worst to which police officers respond. When an officer knocks on that door there is no way to know what is on the other side. more »»



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