Fr. Mick Moon combines counseling, spirituality at 5 Door Recovery
MADISON – The story of the prodigal son is arguably one of the most well-known and well-loved parables. The parable tells the story of a
Animal-assisted therapy at 5 Door Recovery
Animal scientist and activist Temple Grandin said, “Animals make us human.” 5 Door Recovery uses animal-assisted therapy to enhance the treatment experience and help residents reconnect with their own humanity.
Support groups and resources for people with mental health and dual disorders
National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) NAMI (the National Alliance on Mental Illness) is the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization providing advocacy, education, support
About co-occurring disorders in recovery
By Laurie Duraney, LCSW Clinical Supervisor for 5 Door Recovery CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS = Chemical Dependence + Psychiatric Illness According to the 2019 Survey on Drug
5 Door Recovery featured in Badger Herald story highlighting addiction trends, treatment options
The Badger Herald this week highlighted Catholic Charities of Madison’s 5 Door Recovery center in a story addressing concerns about increased cocaine use in Dane
Staying Sober over the Holidays
For people in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction, the holidays can be an especially trying time to stay healthy and sober. Unrealistic expectations, over-commitment,
COVID Is a Call for Change
COVID Is a Call for Change: AODA and Mental Health providers must take action to adapt with COVID-19 Restrictions It’s a scary time to be
So what is Al-Anon anyways?
One of my most common referrals for family and friends who are struggling with a loved one’s addiction is Al-Anon. So what is Al-Anon anyways?