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The 5 Most Important Tips For Post-Rehab Life

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Dec 4, 2018 8:00:00 AM

 

Returning home from rehab can be an exciting period of time.

 

You’re freshly sober, equipped with a new perspective on the world, and ready to start living a clean, healthy, and better life than before. However, although you may have finished rehab, your recovery process is far from over.

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What Is A Typical Day In A Drug Rehab Center Like?

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Nov 22, 2018 3:00:00 PM
 

The prospect of entering drug rehab can be frightening for any individual. The fear of detox, the fear of exposing an addiction, and the fear of leaving behind family, friends, or work to enter rehab often keeps many people from seeking the treatment they need. However, through detox, therapy, and ongoing support, patients will come to understand that getting clean was the best decision they could have made. Every person’s experience in rehab may not be the same, but with the right mindset and the right support from staff and other patients you will find that rehab has the power to change your life for the better ultimately. To help individuals better understand the process, here is what a typical day in a drug rehab center is like:

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Drug Rehab vs. Incarceration

Posted by Joe Gilmore on Nov 14, 2018 8:00:00 AM

 

In 2007, it was estimated that the societal cost of drug abuse was $193 billion, $113 billion of which came from drug-related crime and criminal justice costs. Meanwhile, the National Drug Intelligence Center estimates that treating drug abuse costed less than $15 billion, 13.2 percent of the drug-related crime costs. Not only is treatment cost efficient, it is also much more effective in getting someone sober than simply throwing them behind prison bars. Drug abuse treatment can be a cost-effective and impactful solution for how to attack the drug issue that is currently killing more than 70,000 people annually and putting hundreds of thousands more in prison cells.

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Letting Go Of Toxic Relationships After Rehab

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Oct 18, 2018 8:00:00 AM

 

Your recovery should come first. Don’t make room for people who cause you pain or make you feel small. It’s one thing if a person owns up to their behavior and makes an effort to change. But if a person disregards your feelings, ignores your boundaries, and continues to treat you in a harmful way, they need to go.

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Maintaining Your Job While In Rehab

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Oct 17, 2018 8:00:00 AM
 

If you or a loved one are considering entering treatment for an addiction, then congratulations! You’ve taken the first step of acknowledging the severity of the problem. Now comes the decision. This is the decision to either get clean, or commit to your habit.

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The 5 Most Important Tips For Post-Rehab Life

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Oct 16, 2018 8:00:00 AM
 

Returning home from drug rehab/alcohol rehab can be an exciting period of time.

 

You’re freshly sober, equipped with a new perspective on the world, and ready to start living a clean, healthy, and better life than before. However, although you may have finished rehab, your recovery process is far from over.

 

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What Is A Typical Day In Rehab Like?

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Oct 8, 2018 12:26:58 PM
 

Taking the first steps to enroll in treatment for drug and alcohol dependency can be a frightening endeavor. Many prospective patients may be admitting that they have a problem for the first time. They may be unsure of what kinds of programs and people they will encounter while in treatment. They may also fear lost time away from work and their families. If you or a loved are considering enrolling in some kind of treatment center, here’s a breakdown of what you can possibly expect on a day-to-day basis.

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Everything You Want To Know About Court-Ordered Treatment

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Sep 28, 2018 8:00:00 AM
 

According to the National Institute of Justice, there are more than 3,000 drug courts within the United States. These entities help manage and sentence drug offenders to complete court-ordered treatment, work with specialized caseworkers, and undergo randomized and regular drug testing. Court ordered rehab offers individuals an alternative form of sentencing for any kind of drug-related crime, meaning instead of serving prison time they may be able to get the help they need to turn their life around.

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8 Ways To Deal With Cravings After Rehab

Posted by Jackson Bentley on Sep 5, 2018 2:41:53 PM
 

Cravings are one of the most common aspects of recovery that individuals experience. Normal cravings are a familiar phenomenon to most of us; for example, if you’ve ever gotten hangry or developed tunnel vision for a new pair of shoes, you’re familiar with the pangs of longing. When you’re starving, you can practically taste the food that you are thinking about. For recovering drug addicts, cravings are not too dissimilar to the sensation of feeling starved.

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Knowing When to Go to Rehab

Posted by Rachel Vandel on Jul 11, 2018 8:00:00 AM

 

It is extremely common for those struggling with drug or alcohol addiction to be in denial of the severity their condition has reached. Many are in complete disbelief that they even are addicts, for addiction could not happen to them, they don’t fit the stereotype. The reality of addiction is that it can destroy lives regardless of who you are or where you come from, and to kick this addiction from your life rehabilitation services are needed. If you’re considering whether or not to seek addiction treatment, you have likely experienced some very life shaking moments.

For further clarity on whether you or a loved one needs rehab, keep reading. If you have been in, or anticipate being in any of these situations, seek treatment today! Acknowledging the problem at hand does not mean you have failed, but rather that you are ready to start living a carefree life without the burden of drugs or alcohol weighing you down.

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