Contributed by Staff of Timberline Knolls It is difficult to overcome drug abuse and find 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
Contributed by Staff of Timberline Knolls The men and women who serve in the United States military are among the most selfless and brave individuals in our society. However, they need substance abuse resources, too. Despite such exceptional qualities within our soldiers, this does not exempt the military personnel from the struggles associated with substance [...] Read More
Contributed by Staff of Timberline Knolls In the face of co-occurring mental disorders, vigilance and dedication to your treatment plan is foundational for long-term recovery. This includes carrying out the daily, tangible steps that are often necessary for emotional, mental, physical, spiritual and psychological soundness and well-being. This process may involve: Staying connected to ongoing [...] Read More
Will My Treatment Center Have a Detox Program? Contrary to popular belief, the journey to recovery does not begin at a drug treatment center: it starts with a detox program. Recent times have seen most inpatient treatment centers to hold a detoxification period almost a prerequisite for potential clients who wish to enter treatment. This [...] Read More
Most individuals struggling with substance abuse disorders are also dealing with underlying issues, such as depression, anxiety, insomnia, and trauma. Such co-occurring disorders are often responsible for relapses in patients or force clients to leave treatment incomplete. Hence, while patients are receiving treatment for addiction, their underlying conditions need to be addressed simultaneously. This is [...] Read More
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