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The Watershed Addiction Treatment Programs, Inc.
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We believe that every addict and alcoholic deserves the opportunity to recover.
We believe that every addict and alcoholic deserves the opportunity to recover.

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Breathe. Pray. Relax.
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We are grateful to have such wonderful people on The Watershed Recovery team! 😇💖 #WatershedCares 
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5/24/17
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Don’t you think that if you would have gotten everything you wished for when you first got sober you would have been selling yourself short? Remain grateful, recovery peeps!

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"Just for today, I will say no when I need to so that I can set healthy boundaries with others." - +Watershed Ashling

#MondayMotivation Blog: Just Say No - https://www.thewatershed.com/blog/monday-motivation-just-say-no/

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Having a simple conversation not only spreads awareness, but also may open the door to someone who is struggling. #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth #hereforyou 

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Do you think Palm Beach County is going through an epidemic?

#Florida #sober #overdose


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PSA! "Gray Death" is a killer!

Please share with your friends and loved ones. -
https://www.thewatershed.com/blog/new-drug-gray-death/ 

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"Just for today, I will make sure I share what is going on with me as well as be there for others the best I can." - +Watershed Ashling

#MondayMotivation: Together We Can - https://www.thewatershed.com/blog/monday-motivation-together-we-can/

#sober #motivation #quote 
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We are grateful for all the Nurses in and out of recovery who are so patient, loving and caring to addicts/alcoholics and their families. Sometimes you have to meet some of us in our worst conditions and we appreciate your hard work along with your dedication. THANK YOU! #NursesWeek 

“Never give up on someone with a mental illness. When “I” is replaced by “we”, illness becomes wellness.” – Shannon L. Alder #MentalHealthAwarenessMonth
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