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Florida Gets Serious About Mental Health, Substance Abuse

The First Lady of Florida, Casey DeSantis, takes on mental health and substance abuse in a new initiative that she launched called the “Hope for Healing” campaign. “Helping our youth…

How a U.S. Town Solved Their Opioid Problem

A problem too great to solve, some say. Not for the people of Little Falls, Minn., who have been credited with solving their community’s plaguing opioid misuse. An in-depth article…

A Great Comeback Story of Recovering Opioid User Who Now Gives Back

If you or a loved one are experiencing opioid use disorder, you have so much life left to live; a world who needs the gift of your talents. Please contact us at New Season if you believe we can help you make a triumphant comeback to take back your life and give back to others.

Orlando Sentinel Reports, “Opioid Overdoses Unite 2 Families for a Little Christmas Magic”

There’s no time better than the holidays to get in the spirit of giving. As the Orlando Sentinel reports, two families devastated by opioid-related deaths are united for a “little…

Family Uses Christmas Lights to Raise Awareness of Opioid Misuse

A Maryland family brings awareness to opioid addiction through a meaningful display of Christmas lights and music for the third straight year. Jim and Helen Kurtz of Bel Air, Md.,…

Opioid Epidemic in the News: “I died and came back, and I still wanted to get high.”

Soledad O’Brien reported this week in the segment, “Matter of Fact,” that while life expectancy around the world is rising, the average American isn’t expected to live past 80-years-old. For…

Moving Obituary Shakes and Awakes the World

“It is impossible to capture a person in an obituary, and especially someone whose adult life was largely defined by drug addiction. To some, Maddie was just a junkie —…

Skeptical of Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Dependence? Read This

Mark Parrino, the president of American Association for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence, wrote a compelling article promoting the use of Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) to curb the opioid epidemic. Perhaps…

New Season Doctor Separates Fact from Fiction in Recent News Interview

Kris Williams-Falcon, Ph.D., a New Season therapist specializing in substance abuse and addiction counseling, conveyed a radiating message in a July 7 article published in Savannah Morning News. Williams-Falcon notes…

WATCH: NBC News Covers Opioid Education and Prevention Campaign

NBC TODAY unveils the new public health campaign aimed at America’s youth in a riveting news segment June 7. Cynthia McFadden reports that more than 2 million people are dependent…