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Detox FAQ
What to Expect During Detox
23 August

The first phase to overcoming addiction is to address the body’s physical dependence on alcohol or drugs. This is best

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co-occurring disorders
Treating Co-Occurring Mental Health Disorders
5 August

The treatment of addiction is complex enough on its own, but unfortunately, many who struggle with drugs and alcohol must

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Resilience in Recovery
Resilience: Why Difficult Times Make You Mentally Strong
29 July

What doesn’t kill you makes you stronger – that’s the phrase often shared on social media, in the meeting room,

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Intensive Addiction Treatment
Who Needs Intensive Addiction Treatment?
10 July

Addiction recovery is not a one-size-fits-all experience. Depending on certain factors, such as length and intensity of substance use, some

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Opioids After Surgery
New Study: Opioids Not Necessary for Surgical Recovery
21 June

America’s opioid epidemic is fueled by the rampant overprescription of painkillers, stemming from fraudulent claims that the medications wouldn’t be

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Trauma and Addiction Connection
The Connection Between Trauma and Addiction
13 June

June is Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Awareness Month, and in recognition, we’d like to explore the link between trauma and addiction.

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Nutrition in Addiction Recovery
Nutrition and Addiction Recovery
31 May

Nutrition During Active Addiction Anyone who has experienced drug or alcohol addiction understands that it takes over every aspect of

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Relapse Focused Addiction Treatment
The Importance of Relapse-Focused Addiction Treatment
9 May

What is Relapse? Relapse is defined as the recurrence of a disease – in this case, the disease of addiction

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Fitness in Recovery
Be Active: How Fitness Can Transform Your Recovery
20 April

  It’s safe to say that everyone knows that exercise is a cornerstone of your health – studies show time

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specialized therapies
How Do I Know If I Need an Alcohol Detox?
8 April

Alcoholism is a chronic and progressive disease and it can be fatal if not treated. For the past 32 years,

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