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What Parents Need to Know About Teen Substance Abuse

What Parents Need to Know About Teen Substance Abuse

By on Mar 20, 2019 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

Many parents believe the same thing. “My child would not (or does not) use drugs or alcohol.” Others may not talk much about it at all, assuming it is a part of growing up and testing out life. Yet, drug abuse is not uncommon in teens. Many teens develop life-threatening complications from drug use. In some cases, that first drug use experience can lead to an...

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Can the Family Medical Leave Act Help You Make the Decision to Enter Rehab?

Can the Family Medical Leave Act Help You Make the Decision to Enter Rehab?

By on Feb 5, 2019 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog | 0 comments

You know you have an addiction. You also know you cannot quit on your own. The thought of getting treatment is in the back of your mind, but how will you do so? Increasingly, men and women in need of substance use disorder treatment have children, jobs, and a life to support. Taking a few weeks off for treatment doesn’t seem possible at first. However, it’s possible...

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How to Choose the Best Rehab for Your Needs

How to Choose the Best Rehab for Your Needs

By on Jan 28, 2019 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Blog, Recovery | 0 comments

Getting help for alcohol or drug addiction is a life-saving and life-changing decision. It could mean rebuilding your future to improve relationships, your career, and your education. Yet, to achieve these goals, you have to choose a treatment program designed to meet your individual needs. Each person who enters into a drug or alcohol treatment program requires an...

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Defining Sober Living: What Does It Mean to You to Be Sober?

Defining Sober Living: What Does It Mean to You to Be Sober?

By on Jan 21, 2019 in Addiction, Alcoholism, Recovery | 0 comments

Sober living is defined differently by every person who walks this path in life. Whether it is one day or 1,000 days, your life from the moment you stop using drugs and alcohol is uniquely your own. That is, once you are able to step away from these substances, your opportunities expand. You alone can define what being sober means to you. Consider Life Before...

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