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When You Fail the Drug Test
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When You Fail the Drug Test

By on Jul 19, 2024 in Addiction, Addiction Recovery, Blog

Going back to work after addiction treatment often means taking on a new job. You’re sober, and you’re ready to start over. But could you still fail a drug test? Or, what if you’ve slipped or relapsed, and a drug test will jeopardize your job?  Let’s take a closer look at what failing a drug test in addiction recovery means and what steps you can take to make...

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Tactical Recovery Gives Veterans the Help They Deserve
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Tactical Recovery Gives Veterans the Help They Deserve

By on Jul 11, 2024 in Addiction, Blog, PTSD

As a Veteran, you put everything on the line for your country. You recognized the call for help, realized that someone needed to sacrifice, and you stepped up. Now, if you are transitioning to civilian life and struggling to find your footing, it’s time to get help instead of just giving it. With the Tactical Recovery drug and alcohol treatment program in Lafayette,...

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Why Group Therapy Is Important To Addiction Recovery
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Why Group Therapy Is Important To Addiction Recovery

By on Jun 28, 2024 in Blog

During drug and alcohol addiction treatment, you probably expect to work one-on-one with a therapist to dig deep into what has led to your addiction. You may expect to learn more about practical techniques to resist relapse, too. And while you may expect some form of group therapy, you may feel nervous about or resistant to sharing your experiences with others....

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What to Do If a Friend Needs Help with Addiction
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What to Do If a Friend Needs Help with Addiction

By on Jun 21, 2024 in Blog

How do you help a friend with addiction? Substance use disorder (SUD) is a disease like any other that will continue to worsen over time without treatment. If you have a friend or family member who is struggling with an SUD, they may need you to help them see they need treatment. However, it’s not always easy to know what to do and where the boundaries are. Is It an...

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