Finding The Right Treatment Center

Choosing the ideal substance use treatment program for  yourself or a loved one is extremely important.  The National Institute of Drug Abuse defines residential treatment as, "a program providing 24 hour care, generally in a non-hospital setting." 

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Fun In Sobriety

Many addicts and alcoholics think, what am I going to do now that I am sober? There cannot possibly be anything fun to do in sobriety.  Well, this is only a matter of prospective, and the newly sober person may say, that without a police chase or  taking risks that may lead to death, hurting themselves or loved ones around them, there is no fun. It is the definition of fun that changes with long-term sobriety.

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Governor Expands Drug Treatment for All

There are major concerns in the battle of addiction, and in today's society, the word "addict" is somewhat common and known, yet fully not understood.  There are major changes happening around the country that are promoting wellness from the disease of addiction.  It is an uphill battle, long and tedious, but trudging forward with the battle, state legislatures are taking action.

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Relapse - Drugs or Alcohol

When it comes to relapsing on alcohol or drugs, it is good to do something about it sooner then later. If your loved one seems to have hit a relapse, it is good to pull the covers for them. Most addicts have a hard time admitting it, and realizing that they should get help right away instead of going on another bender

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