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While many people think of addiction recovery as a short 30- or 90-day stint in treatment, true recovery extends for years after the final drug dose or drink. Addiction is a mental health disorder that affects the structure of the brain and recovering from it will not happen overnight. Individuals require continuous care and support […]

Tailgates, festivals and cookouts seem to be everywhere this time of year. When you’re in recovery, you may worry that you won’t be able to join in any more. But these outdoor events can actually be much more fun when you’re fully present and fully yourself. So, yes, you can make the most of every […]

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By Alanna Hilbink When it comes to you or your loved one’s recovery, you want every tool and advantage possible. You want comprehensive treatment that includes effective, proven therapy options. Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is one of these options. And it may be one the right one for you.   Why Therapy? CBT is a […]

On This Page: Treatment for Opioids What Does Treatment Involve How Do I Begin Counseling Types Addiction & Mental Health Find Counseling Addiction is more than a physical disease, so treatment requires more than just detox or physical health care. Counseling is an essential part of opiate addiction treatment and recovery. Counseling Treatment for Addiction […]

You’ve most likely heard of acupuncture, but did you know that there’s a specific type of acupuncture that helps people in recovery? Acupuncture detoxification, also commonly referred to as the “NADA protocol” or “acudetox,” is highly effective as a complementary therapy within a comprehensive treatment plan and is used in a variety of healthcare settings […]


It is often in the quietest moments that our inner voices speak the loudest. The practices of yoga and meditation ignite those voices in countless individuals on a daily basis. With numerous benefits to mind, body, and spirit, yoga is an ancient discipline that plays a significant role in many recovery programs, including recovery programs […]

A 2011 study revealed that more than 23 million Americans aged 12 and older needed rehabilitative services to overcome an addiction to drugs or alcohol. With close to 10 percent of the population suffering from addiction, it could be argued that more people would be sympathetic to this public health crisis. Instead, people who are addicted to […]