Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment

Physical, Emotional and Spiritual Recovery

December 31, 2014
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Happy New Year! Resolutions for Sobriety

New Year’s Day is often a time for reflecting on “self-improvement.” And whether you are someone who has already begun their recovery from addiction, or planning on starting recovery in the upcoming year, making realistic New Year’s resolutions can help … Continue reading

December 30, 2014
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Stages Of Sustaining Behavioral Change When Going Through Addiction

Sustaining behavioral change is essential in rehab. People in recovery seek positive change only if they want a better life for themselves; in other words, it’s a desire for changing not only how they think, but how they behave during … Continue reading

December 29, 2014
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How Pain Management Has Changed in the Past Years

The partnership of The American Pain Society and the American Academy of Pain Medicine helped establish guidelines for opioid use for patients who struggle with chronic pain. Such guidelines promote the safe use of prescription painkillers, as well as depressants … Continue reading

December 26, 2014
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Ignoring a Family Addiction Can Be Deadly

Can ignoring a family addiction be deadly? The answer is simply yes. Ever heard of the great quote: “The first step in solving a problem, is recognizing that there is a problem.” Without recognition, essentially, there are no solutions because … Continue reading

December 23, 2014
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Being Realistic Is Essential For Alcohol Addiction Recovery During the Holidays

Let’s be realistic. Alcohol is virtually everywhere during the holidays, leading to one the most frustrating moments of the year for recovering alcoholics. Of course, there are families that are entirely abstinent. That’s great, but rare. But what if you … Continue reading

December 22, 2014
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A Season for Relapse?

Let’s face it, the holidays for a person in recovery from drug or alcohol addiction can be downright tortuous. There are parties, music, food, and festivities everywhere (not to mention booze and recreational drugs), and yet, staying in recovery means … Continue reading

December 19, 2014
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Insurers Can Cause Difficulty in Funding for Addiction Treatment

One of the main issues with paying for rehab is not getting efficient coverage from private insurance companies, who often try to get out of helping to pay for addiction treatment by rejecting insurance claims, or making it harder for … Continue reading