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Coming Out of Our Isolation

Coming Out of Our Isolation

For many of us, living with addiction has been a very isolating experience. We’ve essentially been alone with our drug or behavior of choice. There are many different reasons why we isolate. Sometimes we’re ashamed of the mistakes we’ve made and the ways in which we’ve hurt other people....

Addiction and Codependence

Addiction and Codependence

When we think of codependence, we usually associate it with romantic relationships. We don’t necessarily think of codependence and addiction as being related, but in many ways they are. Codependent relationships are characterized by their members being excessively emotionally dependent upon each other and not having healthy emotional boundaries with...

What Are Some Warning Signs a Loved One May Be Suicidal?

What Are Some Warning Signs a Loved One May Be Suicidal?

If you or someone you know is struggling with thoughts of suicide, PLEASE get help. The National Suicide Prevention Lifeline is 1-800-273-TALK (8255). Suicidal thoughts, ideation and urges can be terrifying for those of us experiencing them, as well as for the people who care about us. When a loved...

COVID-19 update: The health and safety of our clients at Vista Taos Renewal Center continues to be our highest priority. Due to the national rise in cases of COVID-19, all potential clients entering the Vista Taos program shall be tested for the virus and must receive their results prior to admission. Vista Taos continues to work closely with the New Mexico Department of Health, adhering to the highest standards of care for our clients, and will provide subsequent testing after admission as needed. For assistance in finding the most efficient testing sites, please contact our Director of Community Relations, Jeremy Lihte, at (575) 425-1913
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