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Support Is Important, But Alone Time is Important in Recovery, Too

Many previous studies have shown that social support can be very influential to a person’s recovery and abstinence. Whether it’s through a community support group such as AA, through peer connections in group therapy, with your healthcare team at a

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Problems Facing America Today: Stigma as a Barrier to Seeking Treatment

Forbes Magazine recently covered a study that involved 12 million people – of these, 240,000 were diagnosed with depression, yet less than 36% reported not seeking treatment. The study’s results indicated that social stigma is a key barrier to people

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What Type of Treatment Is Best For Opioid Addiction: Inpatient or Outpatient?

Recovery is meant to be customized. As humans, we are complex – we each have unique family, medical, mental health, genetic, social, environmental, and other histories that have all taken part in who we are today. These unique factors shouldn’t

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Yale Study Provides The 5 Rules to Recovery You Need to Follow to Find Success

Politician, army officer, writer, and Prime Minister of the UK Winston Churchill once said, “Success is not final; failure is not fatal: It is the courage to continue that counts.” If you’ve begun your journey to recovery, whether it be from

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Mind, Body, And Spirit: 5 Ways Recovery Should Support All Three Aspects of Being

When it comes to mental illness and addiction recovery, it’s easy to focus solely on the “problem” – you may think to yourself, “If I just had X medication, it would all go away”. Many people feel the same way,

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What Is Partial Hospitalization?

With various treatment options, it can be difficult to decide the next step to take. Whether you’re experiencing distress with a mental illness or attempting to overcome an addiction, selecting the right treatment program can greatly assist you in beginning

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To What Extent is Self-Control a Part of Addiction Recovery?

Addiction recovery involves many aspects, including education, detoxification, holistic activities, therapy, and more. Self-control does play a part in addiction recovery, as it’s ultimately up to you to put in the work and build a life of recovery. However, you’re

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What Are the Criteria for a Substance Use Disorder?

According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), 20.2 million adults had a substance use disorder (SUD) in 2014. SUDs occur when alcohol use causes significant problems in a person’s life – affecting their major responsibilities with

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4 Things You Cannot Forget in Your After-Care Treatment Planning

It was once said, “Though no one can go back and make a brand new start, anyone can start from now and make a brand new ending.” If you’ve participated in a treatment program and you’re preparing to go home,

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