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Depression and Drug Addiction: The Connection, the Statistics, the Solutions

Depression and Drug Addiction: The Connection, the Statistics, the Solutions

By on Jan 27, 2020 in Addiction, Blog | 0 comments

Depression and drug addiction frequently go hand-in-hand. A study published by the National Institute on Drug Use found that an estimated 20 to 67 percent of people who were receiving help for drug and alcohol addiction also suffered from depression. About 6 to 8 percent also suffered from bipolar disorder. What’s the Link Between Drug Addiction and Depression? When...

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Family Care In Addiction – Should Your Family Receive Help, Too?

Family Care In Addiction – Should Your Family Receive Help, Too?

By on Dec 20, 2019 in Addiction, Blog, Recovery | 0 comments

Drug and alcohol addiction is primarily a battle you have to win against yourself. It’s one of the most challenging personal experiences you’ll face. But through it all, one thing is important to remember – you’re not in it on your own. Addiction and Relationships You’ve likely experienced a variety of relationship problems over the years. Your family members,...

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Facing the Financial Reality of Addiction

Facing the Financial Reality of Addiction

By on Dec 12, 2019 in Addiction, Blog | 0 comments

What is the true cost of addiction? It’s too great to calculate. Substance use disorder can deplete your ability to work, damage your relationships, and devastate your finances. You know how hard it is to recover from addiction; overcoming the financial toll of years of use can be nearly as difficult. While addiction treatment may seem like too much of an additional...

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7 Benefits of Entering Inpatient Addiction Treatment During the Holidays

7 Benefits of Entering Inpatient Addiction Treatment During the Holidays

By on Nov 29, 2019 in Addiction, Blog, Recovery | 0 comments

Making Recovery a Priority Heading off to drug and alcohol addiction treatment should be a top priority for anyone with a substance use disorder. Unfortunately, it’s easy to think of excuses to delay treatment: scheduled meetings, work projects, vacations, birthdays, and more. But in truth, any time of year is the ideal time for beginning your recovery–even...

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