Alaine Sepulveda

Alaine Sepulveda is a content strategist in recovery from alcohol. She believes that engaging people and sharing stories with them allows us to spread knowledge, and to help others in the path to recovery. She holds an MA in Communication Studies from New Mexico State University.

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Does Suboxone Make You Tired?

Does Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) for opioid use disorder cause tiredness or feelings of exhaustion? Yes, it can. Drowsiness or sleepiness is a known possible side effect

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How to Quit Drinking

Ready to stop drinking, or looking to cut back? Here are some tips and tools to help. You would be surprised at just how many

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Get Narcan Over the Counter

Narcan is available now without a prescription. Harm reduction advocates, recovery groups, and treatment organizations like Workit Health were excited in March 2023 when the

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Suboxone and Your Teeth

Getting into recovery from opioids often means taking care of other aspects of your health after a period of neglecting them. So it can be

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Self-Care in Early Recovery

International Self-Care Day was July 24. While we discuss self-care this week, let’s look at how it can support your early recovery. What is self-care?

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Medicaid Renewals Are Back in 2023

Across the country, Medicaid renewals have resumed. You might hear them called Medicaid redetermination, Medicaid recertification, or Medicaid renewals, but those terms all refer to

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