Addiction Recovery & Support Articles and Resources

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How Spikes in Depression Impact Those in Addiction Recovery

depression-and-college Depression can be ever-present, and symptoms can affect those in addiction recovery. Symptoms can include isolation, mood changes, emotional shifts, increased sleep, and increased anxiety. Those who suffer from depression while in recovery from substance use disorder often report feeling hopeless that the misery will ever abate.  They also express concern that they are unable [...]
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Google’s Crack Down on Treatment Center False Advertising

Google computer screen Google it. If a person is looking for anything these days, it’s common to hear ‘Google it.’ We turn to the Internet to search for just about all our needs, and the same can be said for addiction treatment. With drug addiction soaring in the United States, many facilities are being established to help stop [...]
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How Do I Find the Best Rehab for My Child?

Child looking at sober living house When searching for the best rehab for your child, choosing a center can be overwhelming. Given the array of options, it can be difficult to know what to consider. Below you will find different options when selecting a rehab center that’s a good fit for your child. Special Considerations Quality of Treatment from the Rehab [...]
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How Can I Tell Which Are The Ethical Drug Rehab Programs?

woman struggling with food addiction Finding Ethical Drug Rehab Programs in addiction treatment and recovery often prove to be complicated and difficult. What makes matters even more complicated is that it may or may not be acknowledged in law and professional ethics codes, rendering the issue a controversial one. If you or a loved one is thinking about entering rehab, [...]
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$89 Million to be Spent on Preventing Youth Substance Abuse

College woman drinking alcohol Substance abuse is a formidable opponent for our nation. Despite heightened awareness and drug-related deaths reaching epidemic-level proportions, little headway has been made in ending the crisis of youth substance abuse. Yet, hope is on the horizon, as it always should be. In September of 2017, the White House Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) [...]
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