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Popularity of Florida Holistic Addiction Treatment Centers

Florida sunset Beaches, warm weather, short and flip flops. This is what most people think of when they think of Florida. This state is becoming more popular for holistic addiction treatment centers. With the increase in the production of synthetic cannabinoids Florida has seen an increase in substance abuse, and drug and alcohol treatment [1]. Florida Treatment [...]
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Luxury Alcohol Rehab and What You Get For the Higher Price

Woman entering luxury rehab Most luxury alcohol rehab centers are thought of for celebrities and those who can financially afford it. With options being worldwide, these higher priced centers offer programs that are holistic, client focused, and an environment that helps clients stay motivated towards recovery. U.S. treatment Centers One such center is Aton Center in California. This center [...]
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Addiction Treatment Alumni: Staying Connected to Community

Jimi Hendrix t-shirt in addiction treatment Contributor: Sandra Hamid, MSW, LSW, CADC – Addiction Specialist, Timberline Knolls Residential Treatment Center One of the bigger changes made in addiction recovery revolves around lifestyle. People, places and things will all need to change in order to thrive in sobriety. The lifestyle change, in and of itself, is something that may have to be [...]
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About JCAHO Accreditation for Addiction Treatment Centers

Man with his smartphone Several studies have depicted significant improvements in clinical outcomes and quality of care following general accreditation programs. Considerable positive influence on clinical outcomes in various sub-specialties was also observed, including sleep treatments, chest pain, and trauma management. Especially when it comes to the rapidly changing field of behavioral health, a coveted accreditation such as the [...]
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Addiction Relapse: Getting Back on Track in Recovery

Man by a lake avoiding addiction relapse It is estimated that 2.15 million Americans, which is almost 9 percent of the nation’s population, have a substance use disorder (SUD). According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the rates of relapse run extremely high among people in recovery, ranging from 37 to 56 percent. [1] What is Relapse? Detailed studies have been [...]
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