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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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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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What You Didn’t Know: Addiction Recovery Is for The Whole Family

If you’re a family member of a loved one who has decided to partake in a reputable addiction recovery program, you may be feeling a sense of relief. After all, this is everything that you wanted, right? You’ll soon find

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What Are Some Dos And Don’ts When It Comes To Selecting A Treatment Center?

Selecting the right treatment center can be challenging; with so many options, locations, price points, programs, healthcare teams and more, you want to make an intelligent, informed decision on where you obtain your care. As the National Institute on Drug

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What Heartbreak Does Someone Go Through When They Lose Someone to Alcoholism?

The death of a loved one, by any circumstances, is a traumatic and painful experience. With alcoholism and drug use, many friends and family may begin to question themselves and what they could have done to prevent the situation or

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How Can Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Benefit My Recovery?

Russ Harris, a physician, therapist, and speaker who specializes in stress management, explained in his book titled “The Happiness Trap” the core of acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). He stated, “The aim of ACT is to help you live a

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How Can Social Support Benefit My Substance Use Disorder Recovery?

Nearly 20.2 million adults each year have a substance use disorder (SUD), which includes substance dependence or abuse. SUDs can cause a lot of dysfunction in daily life, including health problems and disabilities, failure to meet responsibilities at work, school,

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The Importance of Parental Interventions for Substance Abuse

Each year, approximately 8.7 million children across the United States aged 17 or younger have a parent with a substance use disorder (SUD). Having an SUD can greatly affect the health and well-being of a family; a study published by

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