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Summer 2018 Newsletter

July 5, 2018

See What’s Happening at High Watch! Expansion is On the Horizon We are helping more people than ever at High Watch. We see in the news every day that addiction has become an epidemic and we are bursting at the seams helping record numbers of guests as they work toward recovery. To help our staff…

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High Watch Annual Picnic 2018

June 7, 2018

Date: Sunday, September 9 Time: 11AM – 4PM Price: $20/person, children under 12 free Where: High Watch Recovery Center 62 Carter Rd, Kent, CT 06757 The annual picnic is a “don’t miss” event scheduled for Sunday, September 9th, 2018. Please join us for a fun day of inspirational speakers, raffles and delicious homemade picnic foods…

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You Can’t Treat Chemical Dependence With Chemical Dependence

March 23, 2018

There is finally a broad consensus that the opioid crisis has reached epidemic proportions. Lawmakers in Hartford and in Washington are responding with myriad proposals to stem the tsunami of tragedy and rising costs that is inundating communities of every socio-economic stripe across the country. While this surge in awareness and commitment to roll back…

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Developing Successful Recovery Habits

March 19, 2018

“In recovery, recovering addicts do more than lose their addictions. Usually, they regain enjoyment of life… Most individuals want to be happy. Addicts learn that they may be happy – even joyful – by appreciating their lives in recovery. Instead of killing themselves with their addictive substances, they live in freedom.” ~Dr. Francis A. Martin,…

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Jane’s Recovery Story

February 21, 2018

Re-discovering True Friendship through Recovery My name is Jane and this my story, told from the perspective of a friend I recently made after pursuing my own recovery. Sometimes, I can’t believe how far I’ve come. It’s good to have a trusted friend remind me by sharing my experience with others… Emily Tells Jane’s Story…

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10 Signs of a Possible Drinking Problem

February 21, 2018

It’s hard to be objective when assessing whether or not you or a loved one has a drinking problem. Emotions run high, and it’s hard to understand where the line is between what is acceptable and when it’s gone too far. Although boundaries may be fuzzy, there are classic signs of alcohol dependence that materialize…

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Rich History of High Watch Recovery

December 13, 2017
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Hill of Hope: High Watch Recovery Center

November 17, 2017
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Oxford Faces Crisis As Opiate Overdoses Kill Young Men

August 3, 2017

Read the article here: Oxford Faces Crisis As Opiate Overdoses Kill Young Men

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July 20, 2017

“Hope” The Hill of Hope It was there that I found Hope in getting and staying Sober. I began to listen, to pray, to trust and to willfully make connections with other humans. I began to become able to be quiet and listen to the sound of the wind. To confide in the universe, the…

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