Contributed by Staff of Timberline Knolls It is difficult to overcome drug abuse and find a passion for life again. Particularly, if drug abuse has been chronic and long-standing. Two categories of drugs exist in the world today: the first are used to restore and maintain health or sustain life, whereas the second category involves [...] Read More
The 2018 National Drug & Alcohol Week, which is sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) and the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism is a week-long observance on the facts about drug and alcohol abuse and addiction . From January 22-28th 2018, there will be educational events, activities, and online events [...] Read More
Contributor: Staff of Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center When it comes to alcohol misuse and abuse disorders, many people may generally assume that this is something that commonly affects younger populations, including college students who are more prone to social drinking. However, this stigma overlooks the specific population of older women, who may be at [...] Read More
Contributor: Todd Barnes, Content Writer at JourneyPure. Drug and alcohol addiction treatment has evolved from treating a moral deficiency to battling a disease that’s progressive and fatal if left untreated. Yet, even after treatment, relapse is likely. Addiction relapse rates are like those of diabetes and hypertension – between 40 and 60 percent, according to [...] Read More
Contributor: Nikki Baker, Content Writer at JourneyPure. Seeking treatment for addiction is a courageous and effective step toward recovery. But if the plan doesn’t include a way to stay connected with a positive support system, chances of relapse increase. It is typically recommended during post-treatment to attend 12-step meetings, which can bring about feelings of [...] Read More
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