Discovering effective ways to prevent relapse during addiction recovery is essential for achieving lasting sobriety. Relapse is a common challenge that individuals face on their […]
Many people who need drug and alcohol treatment benefit from an initial stay in detox and residential treatment programs. In such programs, you spend time in a drug-free environment working on managing your disease. Each patient in recovery is, of course, different.
Drinking is considered pretty normal in the U.S. It is popular and a part of many social activities, from college parties to weddings.
Dialectical Behavior Therapy is a therapy that gives you the specific support you need.
Addiction is unapologetic when it takes hold of a person’s life, destroying nearly everything in its path. Finances, employment, personal safety, and relationships are all in jeopardy as the addiction threatens to strangle the life of sufferers.
Drug and alcohol addiction changes everything, including relationships. Even though you love and trust your family and friends, these substances take over, becoming the most important component of your life (even if you don’t recognize that initially).
When most people seek treatment that addresses their struggles with substance use disorder, there is seldom one particular approach that is best for them during their entire recovery.
When you have a loved one who struggles with addiction, it can be challenging to understand what you can do to help.
As a first responder, you deal with some of the most intense situations. Whether you work as a firefighter, police officer, or EMS officer, you see, experience, hear, and feel trauma all of the time