February 8, 2019

How Important is Compassion in the Healing Process?

The Role Compassion Plays in Addiction Recovery There’s a lot that goes on when someone enters treatment for addiction. Not only have they made one of the biggest decisions of their lives, but it likely came from a place of hitting rock bottom. Getting to a place where you have realized that you can no […]

Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Alcohol Rehab Information, Alcoholism, Drinking, Drug Rehab Information, Drug Treatment, Relationships, Sober Living and Aftercare, Substance Abuse
January 17, 2019

Can I Quit By Myself?

Quitting substance abuse by myself? Have you ever asked yourself: Do I need to spend money on treatment? Do I really need to spend months away to get better? Can I quit by myself? You might be wondering if you can do it all yourself and quit cold turkey, without having to go to the “extreme” […]

Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Treatment and Program Resources, Alcohol Rehab Information, Alcoholism, Drug Rehab Information, Drug Treatment, Substance Abuse
January 17, 2019

Why Making a Resolution to Get Sober Matters

Making the Resolution to Get Sober The new year is a time to reflect and plan for the brand new year ahead. Think about this: Have your relationship with friends and family been stressed over the holiday season? Have family and other loved ones distanced themselves due to your addictions? Or maybe, you feel this […]

Addiction, Alcoholism, Drug Rehab Information, Drug Treatment, Substance Abuse
August 16, 2018

What is Continuum of Care?

What does Continuum of Care mean? Continuum of Care is a concept involving guiding and tracking patients over a period of time through a comprehensive array of health services and spanning all levels and intensity of care. Depending on the need, Continuum of Care can be from birth to end of life for all levels […]

Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Treatment and Program Resources, Alcohol Rehab Information, Alcoholism, Cocaine, Complementary Therapies, Drug Rehab Information, Drug Treatment, Sober Living and Aftercare, Substance Abuse
August 3, 2018

Stages of Change

What are the Stages of Change? At the University of Rhode Island, two researchers named Prochaska and DiClemente deciphered that there are 6 stages individuals go through and experience while seeking addiction, going through recovery and ultimately maintaining sobriety. These stages became a model known as “The Stages of Change”, which we base our individualized […]

Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Addiction Treatment and Program Resources, Alcohol, Alcohol Rehab Information, Behavioral Addictions, Cocaine, Drug Rehab Information, Drug Treatment, Heroin, Methamphetamines, Sober Living and Aftercare, Substance Abuse
July 24, 2018

Luxury Alcohol Treatment Center

Americans are drinking more than ever. In fact, a 2017 study published in JAMA Psychiatry found that 1 out of every 8 Americans struggles with alcohol abuse. The number is rising at a steady amount, and the study suggests the importance of “destigmatizing these conditions and encouraging those who cannot reduce their alcohol consumption on […]

Alcohol, Alcohol Rehab Information, Alcoholism, Drinking, Substance Abuse
October 12, 2016

Kratom Needs to be Researched Before It’s Listed as a Schedule 1 Drug

Kratom Needs to be Researched Before It’s Listed as a Schedule 1 Drug In August of this year, the United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) announced that kratom, an herbal supplement sold in headshops and mixed into drinks at trendy bars, would be reclassified as a Schedule I substance, making its use or possession illegal […]

Abuse, Addiction Recovery, Addiction to Pharmaceuticals, Addiction Treatment and Program Resources, Alcoholism, Behavioral Addictions, Current Events, Drug Rehab Information, Drug Treatment, Mental Health
November 3, 2014

Men and Depression

Men and Depression More than six million American men will have an episode of major depression this year, which is seven percent of the male population. Depression in men is not at all rare, yet it is most often ignored and untreated. Unfortunately, the lingering image of depression as a “female condition” may keep men […]

Abuse, Addiction Recovery, Addiction to Pharmaceuticals, Alcoholism, Behavioral Addictions, Complementary Therapies, Current Events, Drug Treatment, Mental Health, Substance Abuse
July 10, 2013

Lawyers and Substance Abuse: Dealing with Clients Who are Addicted

It’s important for lawyers to determine if a client is an addict, a substance abuser or an average person who used poor judgment. It’s hard to know, especially because the average lawyer is not an expert on addiction. There is no test for addiction like there is for physical illnesses. But there is an evidence-base […]

Addiction Recovery, Current Events, Drug Treatment
April 16, 2013

Common Barriers to Recovery

For every person who has overcome addiction, there is a different story of the unique challenges that tested that person’s commitment to sobriety. As a part of the process of recovery, a good addiction treatment facility will provide their clients with the tools that will make overcoming these challenges an easier prospect. Individualized psychotherapy will […]

Addiction Recovery, Alcoholism, Behavioral Addictions, Drug Treatment
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