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How to Quit Drinking for Good

How to Quit Drinking for Good

Are you tired of waking up with a pounding headache and anxiety after a night of heavy drinking? If so, it’s time to embark on a transformative journey towards a better life—one free from the grip of alcohol. In this blog, we’ll…

Can I Have My Phone in Rehab?

Can I Have My Phone in Rehab?

Before entering a rehabilitation facility, clients often wonder whether they can bring personal electronic devices like cell phones, laptops, or tablets. These items can provide comfort and connection to the external world, but they might also cause distractions or temptations. While some…

Key Factors to Consider in Addiction Treatment Centers

Key Factors to Consider in Addiction Treatment Centers

If you or someone close to you is struggling with addiction, there are several key factors to consider when choosing an addiction treatment center. What matters most to you might be different from someone else, but in most cases, choosing the right…

Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction

Medication-Assisted Treatment for Opioid Addiction

It is estimated that nearly 1.5 million Americans have an addiction to opioid painkillers, and of those, nearly 500,000 are addicted to heroin. The goal of medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction is remission and lasting recovery. Recovery is a lifelong process of…

Navigating Recovery Around the Holidays

Navigating Recovery Around the Holidays

Navigating recovery around the holidays can be particularly challenging, especially if you are expected to participate in holiday parties and family get-togethers that demand much of your time and energy.  Challenges to Recovery around the Holidays Staying sober during the holidays isn’t…

Self-Compassion Practices for Dual Diagnosis

Self-Compassion Practices for Dual Diagnosis

In a dual diagnosis treatment plan, you can receive therapy and treatment for co-occurring mental health disorders and substance abuse. Part of that treatment may include self-compassion, where you learn to shift your focus away from obsessing over things that you’ve done…

Genetics and Neurobiology of Addiction

Genetics and Neurobiology of Addiction

Today, we know that addictions represent complex diseases that, to some extent, have environmental and genetic factors. It’s common for individuals struggling with addiction to struggle with chronic addiction or relapse. Several genetic studies have focused on the neurobiology of addiction to…

Treating PTSD and Substance Abuse

Treating PTSD and Substance Abuse

Post-traumatic stress disorder, or PTSD, develops after an individual experiences trauma. Studies indicate that one out of every three people will develop PTSD and require treatment. Many people experience two or three traumatic experiences throughout their lifetime. PTSD doesn’t necessarily develop only…

Developing a Supportive Social Circle

Developing a Supportive Social Circle

Investing heavily in developing a social support structure is essential immediately after recovery. Having a community of people helps to prevent isolation, a struggle that commonly leads to relapse in the early stages of recovery. Social circles should involve support groups. Support…

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