COVID-19 Addiction Recovery Resources One of the populations hit hardest during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak is that of individuals who are struggling with substance use disorders and addiction. This includes the men, women, parents, children, loved ones, and all the loved ones struggling with addiction. Increased health concerns and reduced access to treatment and support
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How the Coronavirus is Affecting Addiction Across America Amid recent developments, the CDC, local governments, the White House, and other health-centered organizations have shifted their focus to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). Of course, we all agree that the current pandemic is a global crisis warranting all hands on deck. However, the presence of this pandemic does
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Relapse After Drug Rehab can be prevented with a proper plan. You may not be able to stop using drugs or alcohol and need detox to stop after relapsing.
Defining a Drug Relapse: What’s a Relapse? This seems like a pretty straightforward question for an alcoholic or addict. A relapse is when you drink, or use drugs, after a period of sobriety. Simple, right? Nope, it’s a little more complicated for many. Within that simple statement, a slew of questions arise. First, there’s the
When an addict gets sober after attending our alcohol treatment center they are going to go through a transition period. They will often find that their addiction altered how they looked at the world in every aspect. One of the aspects that come up a lot around this time of year is travel. Addicts typically
One of the greatest lies an alcoholic tells themselves is that the reason they drink is because they like to have fun. The idea is that the only way to have fun is to consume alcohol whether at parties or just in everyday life. The truth is once a person has developed alcoholism the fun
Alcoholism is one of the most common addictions in America. According to DrugAbuse.gov, 40 to 60 percent of alcoholics will relapse at least once during their recovery. We understand that one of the largest hurdles addicts face before entering our alcohol treatment center is removing a mindset of hopelessness. Statistics on relapse often leave addicts
According to the CDC, adolescents abuse opiates at twice the rate of young adults. Attending an opiate addiction rehab can provide support to young people in this life-threatening battle.
For far too long, people struggling with an addiction to heroin and/or opioids have shouldered the blame. These individuals have been held entirely accountable for the decisions that eventually resulted in their current plight. The truth is much more complicated and recent lawsuits targeting the maker of OxyContin are sure to shed more light on