Addiction Recovery & Support Articles and Resources

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CARF Accreditation: Why This Matters to Rehab Centers

Woman by beach Since there is no one size that fits all in the case of addiction treatment, not every treatment facility will be the right fit for all individuals in need of such services. In the search for an addiction rehab program, appropriate accreditation of an institute can make this tedious process a little easier. That’s a [...]
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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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Depression & Sex Addiction: How Can God Help Me?

Woman who is struggling with Depression “The terrible, tragic fallacy of the last hundred years has been to think that all man’s troubles are due to his environment, and that to change the man you have nothing to do but change his environment. That is a tragic fallacy. It overlooks the fact that it was in Paradise that man fell.” [1] [...]
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Men & Careers: Does The Path Change After Rehab?

Man after rehab considering changing careers After discharging from rehab treatment for an addiction, it can be a difficult and stressful time considering whether to return to your previous career or start over. Most individuals who have returned to their careers find readjustment to work a challenge at first [1]. Remembering that feelings of blame or guilt can lead to relapse [...]
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Stress Relief and the Dangers of Marijuana Use, A Slow Fade

Man smoking marijuana “How did you end up in this situation?” That was my question with a broken man named Chris who was losing everything that was precious to him. His wife His kids His job His reputation What was once a magical fairy tale, life quickly turned into a nightmare. As Chris considered my question, with wet [...]
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