Addiction Recovery Methods & Support Articles and Resources

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The Crucial Intersection of Faith and Treatment for Substance Abuse

Pews in a Church While research increases our understanding, and medical science provides more treatment, there are elements of recovery that remain in the realm of spirituality. Does faith and treatment for substance abuse go together? Peter Hill, of Biola University, suggests that spirituality is our “thoughts, feelings, and behaviors related to…the transcendent.” In other words, spirituality relates to [...]
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Finding True Passion For Life After Chronic Drug Abuse

Life After Chronic Drug Abuse 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 [...]
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How to Support a Child Struggling with Addiction to Self-Injury

Family on the beach Contributed by Staff of Timberline Knolls Children are the epitome of innocence and purity. But, what about a child struggling with self-injury? How could someone so delicate and good willingly inflict pain on itself? Self-harm involves inflicting physical pain on one’s body. Most often this is done by cutting, burning, or biting. Whether a child [...]
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Finding the Keys to Overcoming the Opioid Crisis

Contributed by Staff of Timberline Knolls In 2017, the president labeled opioid abuse in the United States as a “total epidemic,” issuing an executive order which effectively created a commission particularly designed to combat opioid addiction and the current opioid crisis. While the appointment of this commission focused upon addressing this crisis, policymakers and healthcare [...]
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