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  • There Is No Safe Experimentation With Drugs Anymore

    American teenagers and young adults—especially college students—used to be able to party and experiment with drugs and alcohol without necessarily risking their lives. Not anymore! The drugs that kids encounter […]

  • Social Media and Mental Health

    Social Media, the Ultimate Disconnector 

    This article discusses suicide. If you are having thoughts of suicide, call or text 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline or go to SpeakingOfSuicide.com/resources for a list of […]

  • American Despair and Addiction

    In 2022, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimated that life expectancy at birth in the United States was 77.5 years, which is 1.1 years higher than in […]

  • Recovery Awareness Day 2024 Aims to Engage, Educate, and Inspire!

    We’re celebrating recovery! Recovery Awareness Day at The Blanchard Institute is an annual cornerstone event highlighting the importance of understanding, treating, and celebrating recovery from addiction. This special day is […]

  • The Blanchard Institute and Youturn Health Partner to Offer Family Support

    Coppell, TX – The Blanchard Institute and Youturn Health announced a partnership to provide education, peer coaching, and family support to potential residents to take meaningful steps toward receiving care […]

  • The Blanchard Institute Telehealth Services

    Virtual / Telehealth Services

    TBI provides telehealth / virtual services for all levels of outpatient care Dear Clients, Families & Friends, First and foremost, we hope that you and your family are remaining safe […]

  • Pain Management (Without Opioids) | TBI Blog

    Pain Management (without Opioids)

    PAIN MANAGEMENT WITHOUT OPIOIDS As our country’s opioid epidemic continues to impact every state, community, and town in the United States, the shocking toll of this epidemic has caught the […]

  • How to Talk to Someone Affected by SUDs | TBI Blog

    How to Talk to Someone Affected by Substance Use Disorder

    Substance use disorder quickly leads to an inability to moderate alcohol, illicit drugs, and legal medications. The person suffering from substance use disorder will continue to use their substance of […]

  • Healthy Detachment & Unhealthy Avoidance | TBI Blog

    Healthy Detachment & Unhealthy Avoidance

    HEALTHY DETACHMENT & UNHEALTHY AVOIDANCE: FAMILY COMMUNICATION STYLES When we work with families affected by substance use disorder, we make sure to address the topic of communication in our sessions. […]

  • Removing the Stigma of Drug Addiction | TBI Blog

    Removing the Stigma of Drug Addiction

    “No matter who we are or where we come from, we all know at least one person that is affected by substance use disorder. It can be anything from alcohol […]

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