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How to Handle the Return to Work After Addiction Treatment
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How to Handle the Return to Work After Addiction Treatment

By on May 11, 2022 in Addiction, Blog |

Drug Addiction Treatment Addiction treatment is a life-changing experience. It opens the door for new ways of managing stress and can help you refocus your future. Yet even with all of the good you’ll experience in drug addiction treatment, you may still be worried about what may happen when you try to go back to work. What will people think? How will you prove...

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Overcoming Prescription Medication Addiction
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Overcoming Prescription Medication Addiction

By on Apr 17, 2022 in Addiction, Blog, Recovery |

Prescription medications often seem safe to take. After all, your doctor wrote a prescription for you based on their assessment of your condition. Unfortunately, some prescription medications present the danger of addiction, even if you use the medication exactly as your doctor prescribed. More unfortunate still is that the addictive properties of the drugs can make...

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What Happens in Rehab? Answering Your Common Questions
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What Happens in Rehab? Answering Your Common Questions

By on Apr 6, 2022 in Addiction, Blog |

It’s not often easy to decide to enter into addiction treatment. It may mean significant changes to your current routine and comfort level. It also means stepping away from life as you know it to create a potentially different future. As complicated as addiction is, sometimes the hardest part is not knowing what to expect when you leave home to find treatment....

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How to Build Trust with a Loved One During Recovery
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How to Build Trust with a Loved One During Recovery

By on Mar 27, 2022 in Addiction, Blog |

It’s difficult to work through recovery knowing that your loved one may not forgive you. That’s a reality many people with long-term addiction face. It may seem painful to you that your loved one isn’t returning your calls or is no longer willing to trust what you say or do. You’ve promised to change. You may expect them to forgive you and trust you again now that...

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