What to Expect from Inpatient Treatment

What to Expect from Inpatient Treatment

For those struggling with a substance use disorder, making the decision to enter a treatment program can be a daunting experience.  Even if you have the desire to make significant changes in your life, you may still feel intimidated by the prospect of rehab if you don’t know what to expect from inpatient treatment. Knowing…

The role of support groups in recovery

The Role of Peer Support Groups in Recovery

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are the most well-known support groups within the recovery world.  Since the development of AA in the 1930’s, many individuals suffering from a substance use disorder have credited their recovery success to help found in the rooms of a 12-step program.  While AA and NA remain the most…

Understanding a Cannabis Disorder

Understanding a Cannabis Use Disorder

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), marijuana is the most commonly used federally illicit drug in the United States1.  It is estimated that about 3 in 10 people who use marijuana meet the diagnostic criteria for a cannabis use disorder1. The climbing number of states with medical marijuana laws or full…

Do I have a Problem? 5 Signs it’s Time to Get Help

Making the decision to get help for a substance use issue will be one of the most important choices you may ever make.  For some people, determining when professional help is necessary is simple.  Others may have a difficult time determining if their substance use has become problematic enough to enter treatment. If you find yourself…

Celebrate your Recovery this 4th of July

As the 4th of July gets closer, Americans all over the country are firing up their grills and getting ready to spend the evening watching fireworks displays with loved ones.  For those of us in recovery from a substance use disorder, Independence Day can be a little more difficult to navigate.  Each year, Americans spend…

Warning Signs of Crystal Meth Use

Warning Signs of Crystal Meth Use

Crystal Methamphetamine, commonly known as crystal meth, is a highly addictive, illicit drug linked to significant health risks. It is estimated that approximately 1.6 million adults have used crystal meth in the past year, with about 52.9% of those individuals meeting criteria for a methamphetamine use disorder1. What is Methamphetamine? Methamphetamine is a highly addictive…

5 Strategies for Managing Cravings in Recovery

5 Strategies for Managing Cravings in Recovery

Cravings are a totally normal part of recovery, but they can also be extremely difficult to manage – especially in early recovery. Cravings are intense urges to use drugs or alcohol that can creep up out of nowhere. Learning how to manage cravings will help prevent relapse and strengthen your on-going recovery with out 5…

5 Signs Your Loved One is Struggling with a Substance Use Disorder

5 Signs a Loved One is Struggling with a Substance Use Disorder

When you’re worried about your loved one’s substance use, it can be difficult to tell just how severe the problem is. Those with a substance use disorder often try to downplay or hide their symptoms.  Trying to determine what kind of support to offer can also be challenging.  While it is not always easy to help the…

How to Let Go of Comparisons in Recovery

How to Let Go of Comparisons in Recovery

How to Let Go of Comparisons in Recovery We’ve all heard that comparison is a thief of joy.  In recovery, comparing ourselves to others has the potential to rob us of much more than happiness.  While we all have a tendency to see how we’re measuring up to other people in our lives, the need…

An Introduction to Outpatient Rehab

When most people hear the word ‘rehab’, they think of a 28-day inpatient treatment program.  However, there are many different treatment options available for those seeking help with a substance use issue.  If you’re having trouble stopping or controlling your use, you may be considering different treatment options.  In addition to inpatient treatment, many facilities…

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