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If you or a loved one is suffering from addiction, our library of blogs cover a wide range of topics highlighting the latest news, treatments, trends and issues surrounding drug and alcohol addictions. With several categories to browse, you’ll be able to explore posts that speak to you and your specific situation. Please feel free to contact us
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Nowadays, there’s more to think about than outpatient vs inpatient and in-state vs out-of-state treatment. With our nation’s need for drug recovery programs, there are more options than ever before. One aspect that you will need to consider is whether a gender-specific or co-ed treatment center is best for you or a loved one. …Read More
In a perfect world, a recovering addict would have a loving, supportive family to fall back on after completing treatment. Unfortunately, not everyone has this arrangement. Some people do lack a nurturing, loving family, but it’s more common for relationships to be damaged. …Read More
Americans are taking more prescription drugs than ever before. Consumer Reports surveyed 1,947 American adults and found that more than half take a prescription medication daily. Many American adults also take supplements, vitamins and other over-the-counter drugs. …Read More
Where you hold an intervention is just as important as who you invite to it. You need a place that is private and comfortable. You and your loved ones have been preparing letters and statements to share with the addict. …Read More
Acupuncture is a type of alternative treatment. It involves inserting thin needles into specific points of the body to balance energy. When energy is restored, illnesses can be cured and pain can be more effectively managed.
Acupuncture is used to treat a variety of health conditions such as headaches, …Read More
Addiction does not have a cure. It can be successfully treated and managed, but complacency can put you at risk for relapse. Knowing that you must always work at your recovery, it’s important to make adjustments that are conducive to sobriety. …Read More