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How Do Drugs Affect the Brain?

2020-02-11T15:13:49-05:00

It’s more complicated than, “Just say no.” Addiction is not a disease that people choose—but it can happen to anyone, men or women. Addiction to substances like drugs, alcohol, opioids, heroin, and medications rewires

How Do Drugs Affect the Brain?2020-02-11T15:13:49-05:00

4 Ways How Addiction Affects Family and Friends

2020-02-11T13:49:05-05:00

Family therapy is an integral part of many rehab and recovery programs for a reason: The entire family — and close friends — is often impacted by a substance abuse disorder or addiction. That

4 Ways How Addiction Affects Family and Friends2020-02-11T13:49:05-05:00

How Long Does Alcohol Withdrawal Last?

2020-02-11T14:20:13-05:00

If drinking is becoming a problem—alcohol use is interfering with work or relationships, you regularly drink more than you plan to, or you drink more than you used to—then treatment for alcohol use disorder

How Long Does Alcohol Withdrawal Last?2020-02-11T14:20:13-05:00

What To Expect From Extended Stay Rehab

2020-01-09T15:36:41-05:00

How long should drug rehab last so the results “stick”? If you or a loved one begins a long-term program, how might that impact employment, family obligations—like caring for children—and home life after the rehab

What To Expect From Extended Stay Rehab2020-01-09T15:36:41-05:00

Christian vs. Traditional Rehab: What’s The Difference?

2020-01-09T15:40:11-05:00

When you’re struggling with addiction and considering different rehab programs, you might wonder: What’s the difference between a faith-based and traditional approach? How does rehab work, and what can I expect from a recovery program?

Christian vs. Traditional Rehab: What’s The Difference?2020-01-09T15:40:11-05:00

Guide to Pregnancy Addiction Treatment

2020-01-09T15:37:29-05:00

By Elizabeth Ossip, LCSW, CAP, ICADC Pregnant and addicted? If this is your situation then you need immediate treatment. The health of you and your baby are at risk and taking the right steps now

Guide to Pregnancy Addiction Treatment2020-01-09T15:37:29-05:00

Depression and Alcoholism; Common Companions

2020-04-28T14:59:21-04:00

By Elizabeth Ossip, LCSW, CAP, ICADC Co-occurring alcoholism and depression is one of the most common “dual diagnosis.” According to a report by NIAAA “Alcohol-dependent respondents were 3.9 times more likely to have had

Depression and Alcoholism; Common Companions2020-04-28T14:59:21-04:00