Treatment Therapy Cheat Sheet

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab, Mental Health, Uncategorized October 20th, 2019 No Comments

There are various types of therapy available for treating mental health and addiction that can be either traditional or considered more experimental. With new research being developed constantly, some therapy models become outdated while newer, innovative approaches begin to be put into practice. Here is a list of the most common types of therapies. Under…


Women Seeking Alcohol Treatment

In Alcohol Rehab, Mental Health, News October 15th, 2019 No Comments

A new study from the University of Iowa finds that women are less likely to get help for a drinking problem and are more likely to believe the problem will get better on its own. For the women that do seek treatment for themselves, many treatment centers do offer women-only facilities, but often lack fully…


Top 3 Questions to Ask When Looking for a Rehab Facility

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Rehab, Family Addiction Treatment, Sobriety, Treatment Programs October 11th, 2019 No Comments

This blog post was created as part of a collaboration with SelfGrowth.com If you clicked on this blog post, it could be for one of many reasons: you’re searching for answers or help for yourself, you’re seeking information for a loved one, you’re looking for help for a client, or perhaps you’re researching for a…


What You Need To Know About Alcohol Rehab Centers

In Alcohol Rehab October 1st, 2019 No Comments

Alcoholism is an incredibly common disease in the United States, with more than fifteen million people suffering from it. It is often seen as less severe than drug addiction. However, the truth is that alcoholism is so severe that it breaks up families, rips lives apart, and all-too-often proves fatal. 30% of all road accidents…


The Benefits of Outpatient Alcohol Rehab for Long-Term Recovery

In Alcohol Rehab April 10th, 2019 No Comments

Addiction experts have long considered inpatient treatment as the ideal treatment plan. Substance users spend time immersed in a alcohol recovery program, safe from the cravings and triggers they would likely have to contend with in the outside world. All their needs are taken care of and the pressures they face in their normal lives…


Going to Treatment in Retirement

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Rehab March 18th, 2019 No Comments

While it may seem like the younger generation is more prone to developing issues with addiction, the reality is that older adults have high rates of addiction as well especially with prescription drugs. It may seem intimidating for older adults to have to attend rehab in their retirement years but it can be crucial to…


Hangover Induced Anxiety

In Alcohol Rehab, Mental Health February 19th, 2019 No Comments

A night of drinking is thought of as a stress reliever for some, but actually, most people find they wake up feeling even more worried, guilty and anxious. Along with a hangover comes some very unpleasant emotions that make you regret the night before and stress about your situation. Studies show that hangovers, and especially…


What It’s Like to Have a Breathalyzer in Your Car

In Alcohol Rehab, Drug Addiction Recovery, Sobriety February 15th, 2019 No Comments

Anyone who ends up with a DUI conviction may have to undergo certain obstacles in order to be able to drive again. They may need to go to mandatory AA meetings, pay fines and in some cases install a car breathalyzer in their vehicle. A breathalyzer or ignition interlock is meant to ensure that they…


What Happens When You Get Court Ordered AA

In Alcohol Addiction, Alcohol Rehab February 7th, 2019 No Comments

When you get a DUI or undergo a substance abuse-related arrest you might end up facing court-mandated attendance for AA meetings. This usually occurs as an option to help people with addiction issues avoid jail time and rehabilitate themselves instead. AA can be a useful step toward quitting substance abuse and can help people address…


Are All Alcoholics Misunderstood?

In Alcohol Rehab January 22nd, 2019 No Comments

Addiction is one of the most complex and little understood illnesses that millions of Americans suffer from every day. Common views of addiction are often built off false assumptions that a person’s behavior is their own moral failure. The stigma behind alcoholism and other addictions is still all too real in our society. The attitude…


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