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Opiate Rehab New Jersey? No, its time for a change. You used opiates in New Jersey, does that mean you can’t stay sober in New Jersey… No. I will tell you though that it is much, much easier to get and stay sober in a place your body and mind isn’t already associating with Opiates.

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A Rehab That Accepts Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois Is Amazing. My parents had tapped out. They were done paying for my stints in drug rehab. Over 28 years they had paid for 8 different drug rehabs and they finally had enough with it draining their pocket, only for me to relapse, but

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Changing location matters when picking a drug and alcohol rehab. When it comes to drug and alcohol rehab I’m an expert. You see in the past 35 years I’m been to 9 of them. I know people who have been to the dentist less times then I have been in rehab. The first time I

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Delray Beach Rehab Programs and Living The Sober Life in South Florida A few years ago we wrote about what it’s like getting sober in Delray Beach. Since 2014, many things have stayed the same, but just as many have changed. The sunny days are still around, with non-existent winters, and year-round beach trips. The

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Addiction and Addiction Relapse – What Causes It? Addiction and addiction relapse are viewed by different people in different ways, with most of our society in one of two schools of thought – that 1) it is a disease the addict is powerless over, or 2) it is a choice. There is plenty to be said

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In the middle of all of the American heroin epidemic comes news that the FDA has approved an addiction implant said to help prevent relapse. The implant was approved on Thursday as an innovative option for people struggling with heroin and opioid addiction. The implant slowly releases drugs into the addicts system designed to curb

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Drug Addiction Impacts the Entire Family There’s no way around the fact that drug addiction is a family disease. When a person is addicted to drugs or alcohol, it affects more than just the addict alone. It’s often that people hear about what addiction does to the person abusing drugs or alcohol, such as how

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Rebuilding After Treatment With addiction comes loss. This loss can take shape in many ways – divorce, getting fired, losing custody of children, homelessness, and loss of self-worth, just to name a few. The first step in rebuilding from addiction is getting back on the right track is going to a treatment facility like Lighthouse

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Wet Brain Syndrome Those who drink too much may brush off their bad habit more easily than a heroin addict or an individual who regularly abuses crack cocaine. Drinking is just so common – if you haven’t been good and plastered at least once in your life you may be questioned by your peers, in

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Addicted Parents and Their Children There is no such thing as a ‘perfect household’. All families experience some level of dysfunction, although some dysfunction is extremely damaging and some is simply run-of-the-mill. The same goes for parenting – even the most loving, compassionate, and stable parental figures are liable to experience a few mishaps from

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