Here at Action Recovery Group in Ogden, we see a lot of individuals struggling with Prescription Drug Abuse. As you can see in the YouTube video below, this problem has become an epidemic here in the U.S. If you or someone you love is struggling with prescription drug abuse, call us for a free, private [...]
On Sunday, June 22, 2014, the Ogden Standard Examiner Newspaper ran a great article on Action Recovery Group. They're calling Action the "Best Kept Secret" for Drug and Alcohol Treatment in Ogden and the Northern Utah area. Check it out! Ogden Standard & Action Recovery Group
Rick Visser Here! This coming weekend I'm riding my bike 150 miles to help raise money for MS research and treatment. It's the "Bike MS 2014: Harmon's Best Dam Bike Ride!" Here's a short video I did explaining why I'm doing the ride: Why Rick is Riding to Raise Money for MS You can really [...]
Thanks to Amanda Glover of the AA Courage to Change Home Group and all of her many volunteers, and to the Action Recovery Group staff, for putting on an AMAZING BBQ at the Action Recovery Group facility in South Ogden on Friday! And a very special thanks to all those from the local recovery community [...]
Hey Everyone! Don't miss the AA Fellowship Summer BBQ & Potluck Dinner at the Action Recovery Group facility in South Ogden. This awesome event is hosted by the "Friday Night AA Courage to Change Home Group. Families and Kids are Welcome. We'll be having burgers and hotdogs. Please bring your favorite side dish to share! [...]
On June 28th and 29th, 28-year veteran Substance Abuse Counselor Rick Visser will ride 150 miles to raise money for MS research and treatment in Utah! It's the "Bike MS 2014: Harmon's Best Dam Bike Ride! Here's Rick talking about the ride and why he's raising money for MS—https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kMHjL_u1_bc You can help Rick support this [...]
Check out this info from the National Institutes on Drug Abuse and decide for yourself—Over time, does regular marijuana lead to a lower I.Q.???
Many of us who have achieved long-term sobriety in our substance abuse recovery, may well find ourselves engaging in some "substitute addictions." These can include things like food, tobacco, gambling, shopping, sex, and many more. One of the most popular substitute addictions today is "caffeine," and one of its most powerful sources is Energy Drinks. [...]