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Mathy Milling Downing Celebrated for Dedication to the Fields of Education and Nonprofit

2021-01-21 | Ms. Downing has been the recipient of three International Humanitarian Awards


Long Island Mom of Three Autistic Boys Gifts Her Pandemic Book to Prevent Isolation and Loneliness in Phase Two of COVID-19

2021-01-14 | Mother of three autistic boys pens #1 Amazon Best Seller during the pandemic lockdown, candidly documents her time with them, achieves sobriety again, and now gifts her books to other autism moms who may feel lonely and isolated during the pandemic.


Living Skills in the Schools Partners with theVideoCards to Raise Substance Abuse Prevention Awareness for Florida Students

2021-01-11 | Five hundred curated boxes were delivered to a Palm Beach County Florida school to fight substance abuse.


Who Am I? Delving into Deep Knowledge of Yourself

2020-12-29 | A free half-day webinar by the team from The Quantum Questions.



Drug Overdose Deaths Increase by More Than 43% in Florida, Amid Pandemic

2020-12-02 | A new report by Project Opioid projects that deaths by overdose will see an increase as high as 60% by year end, compared to 2019.


Marc Kantor, Founder of South Florida Intervention, Releases Book 'How to Do an Intervention: A Step-By-Step Guide for Parents'

2020-10-21 | As COVID-19 lockdowns continue, and schools and businesses reopen, addiction rates have already risen in isolation. Marc is dedicated to sharing his book with those in need, so communities have a chance to intervene before it is too late.


Teen Artist, Maxx Nies, Writes Music to Overcome Depression and Suicidal Thoughts Caused by Sexual Abuse and is Now Using Her Voice to Help Other Young Girls Through Her New Release "No Good At Love"

2020-10-14 | During Covid, the Sexual Assault Hotline saw a record high in calls from children. Mental health issues are at an all-time high among our youth. Recording artist, Maxx Nies, is using her music to help these kids to know they are not alone.


Pretty/Sick, Timothy Durning's Writing Debut, Draws You into the Raw and Chaotic Tale of Uninvited Love

2020-10-13 | Pretty/Sick is a true story inspired by his experiences in being one half of a sick and twisted relationship. Taking toxic to the next level, Pretty/Sick regales the days and nights of a chance meeting and subsequent relationship.


Pretty/Sick is a Twisted Tale of Love Driven off the Tracks by Unchecked Mental Illness and Addiction Borne by the Juggernaut of Fate

2020-10-10 | Timothy Durning's writing debut, Pretty/Sick, is not an easy read. It seductively draws you in then repels you with its toxicity and rawness, yet somehow holds you spellbound, as a voyeur, unable to turn away from the chaos as it unfolds.


How To Overcome Substance Abuse - New Book From Bestselling Author Linville Meadows MD Reveals How Physicians Overcome Addiction To Alcohol And Drugs

2020-10-08 | While sobriety and the sober life are the goals of many 12 step programs, key differences in the manner in which physicians personally treat substance abuse and achieve long term sobriety can produce far better results.


Union Bank, the Michael Welch Family and Los Angeles City Councilmember Herb Wesson Renew Their Annual Support for the Alcott Center for Mental Health

2020-10-08 | "With their consistent donations and support, the Center has grown leaps and bounds, expanding its facilities and its programs. Alcott is fortunate to have them as allies," says Nick Maiorino, Chief Executive Officer for Alcott.


Nick Maiorino, CEO for Alcott Center for Mental Health Services in Los Angeles, Welcomes Dezetta Burnett, Joely Fisher and Antonio Goodwin to its Board of Directors

2020-10-02 | In a statement from Co-Chairs David Sall and Steve Tyler: "We are thrilled and privileged to have the energy, compassion, and experience that Dezetta Burnett, Joely Fisher, and Antonio Goodwin bring to Alcott Center for Mental Health Services."


SAVE THE DATE! Joely & Brad Host PAJAMA JAM - World Mental Health Weekend Sunday, October 11, 2020, 5:00 – 6:00 PM

2020-09-24 | Steve Tyler Presents "PAJAMA JAM" Get in Bed with Joely Fisher and Brad Garrett as they Host this special benefit for the Alcott Center for Mental Health's "Fisher Place".


How To Help Someone Addicted To Alcohol Or Drugs - New Book By Linville Meadows MD Reveals Why Physicians Experience Much Higher Addiction Recovery Rates

2020-09-24 | Dr. Meadows is an Honors graduate of the U.N.C. School of Medicine, was recognized internationally for his work in cancer research, and was designated as a Clinical Investigator of the National Cancer Institute.


Darcy Thomas England Celebrated for Dedication to the Addiction and Mental Health Industry

2020-09-18 | Mr. England manages therapists and auxiliary staff as a site supervisor with Bio-Med Behavioral Healthcare


Steve Tyler presents "Pajama Jam" Get in Bed with Joely Fisher and Brad Garrett to Benefit Alcott Center's "Fisher Place" Inaugural Event Celebrated During World Mental Health Weekend October 11, 2020

2020-09-14 | Joely Fisher and Brad Garrett will host a special, virtual "Pajama Jam" to raise money for "Fisher Place" on Sunday, October 11, 2020 from 5:00 - 6:00 pm PST.



Evidence-Based Substance Use Prevention Programs Provided Remotely to Youth and Young Adults During COVID-19

2020-09-08 | Alcohol, vaping, marijuana and opioid use Prevention Plus Wellness programs implemented by prevention and health professionals using new online strategies


New Racial Justice Prevention Plus Wellness Program Promotes Youth Anti-Racism Behaviors

2020-08-31 | Unique New Program Motivates Adolescents to Practice Anti-Racism Behaviors and Avoid Racial Discrimination in Schools, Communities and Online