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Nurse Creates Recovery Home to Address Opioid Addiction in Her Community

By Dr. Stacey Kram

The Gratitude House is a recovery home in Maryland helping individuals who have completed treatment for addiction transition back into everyday life. Learn more about how the home was started and the success its achieved in its community.

Understanding the Scope of the Opioid Crisis in America

By Samer Koutoubi

The opioid crisis continues to be a widespread and ongoing public health concern in the United States. Learn more about its devastating impact and the need for evidence-based treatment and prevention strategies.

Family Counseling: Keeping Bonds Strong

By Dr. Marie Isom and Teresa Chambers

First responder families face unique stressors related to the profession. Learn why family counseling is a healthy way for first responders and their loved ones to find support and handle stress.

Is Russia Friend or Foe of the United States?

In this video, American Military University's Dr. Lisa Kochevar explains why despite its attempts to appear like an ally to the United States, Russia poses a real threat to national security.

GIS Technology Aids in Effective Response to California Wildfires

By Kurt Binversie

California wildfires are causing massive and widespread devastation. Learn about the indispensable Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) technology that first responders and the public are using to get real-time information about these unpredictable fires.

How Children of First Responders Can Benefit from Counseling

By Dr. Kimberlee Ratliff

First responders handle a lot of stress, and sometimes that stress also impacts those closest to them. Find out how different types of counseling can help children in first responder families.