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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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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 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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Everything You Need to Know About How Cannabis Effects Your Behavior

Marijuana, also known as cannabis, is used by millions of Americans every day, either for medical or recreational purposes. Medically, marijuana has been used to treat a variety of conditions, including: Alzheimer’s disease, appetite loss, cancer, Crohn’s disease, glaucoma, post-traumatic

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New Study Shows That Cocaine Users May Be Affected by Drug Cues Similar to Food Cues

Cravings for foods happen for many people – chocolate, fast food, or specific types of food often cause us to rush to the grocery store in an attempt to satisfy that craving. Take a moment to consider any cravings you’ve

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How Long Do Treatment Programs Last?

The decision to seek treatment for a mental illness or addiction is monumental. Once you’ve taken the leap, the journey gains momentum quickly. A reputable treatment center will provide you with all the support, resources, and tools that you need

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7 Reasons Why You Should Take A Holistic Approach to Your Recovery

When it comes to addiction and mental illness recovery, there are a variety of approaches that can be taken. For example, some treatment centers may place emphasis on medicine, so when a client comes in with an addiction or mental

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Is Residential Treatment Worth It?

When faced with an addiction or mental illness, treatment at home is not always the safest and most effective option. In fact, withdrawing from an addiction at home can be deadly – making it vital to seek help from a

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