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Job Loss and Addiction: How to Get Back on the Right Path
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Job Loss and Addiction: How to Get Back on the Right Path

By on Jan 17, 2023 in Addiction, Blog |

Drug and alcohol addiction often leads to numerous complications throughout a person’s life. One of the hardest parts of this often is the loss of a job. From an employer’s point of view, a person who comes into work intoxicated or uses substances at work is a liability risk. Not only do they perform poorly, but they also may be more prone to causing accidents,...

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Could Your Veteran Need Drug Treatment?
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Could Your Veteran Need Drug Treatment?

By on Jan 6, 2023 in Addiction, Blog, Veterans & Military |

Drug addiction is a complex disease that presents itself in people in various ways. Veterans, in particular, are vulnerable due to the mental, emotional, and physical challenges that often result from their time of service. You might view the veteran you love as confident, strong, and courageous, but they may also be struggling with a wide range of emotions, mental...

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Are You Ready for Drug or Alcohol Addiction Treatment? 5 Signs It’s Time
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Are You Ready for Drug or Alcohol Addiction Treatment? 5 Signs It’s Time

By on Dec 24, 2022 in Addiction, Blog |

Drug and alcohol addiction isn’t something you can hide. You may know you’re struggling with your ability to control what you are using, even if you’re not willing to admit that just yet. For many people, substances are a tool for dealing with stress, trauma, pain, and just life itself. You may believe you can control your use or stop at any time. The reality is,...

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7 Strategies for Improving Communication with Your Loved One
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7 Strategies for Improving Communication with Your Loved One

By on Dec 17, 2022 in Blog, Recovery |

During drug and alcohol addiction treatment, one of the foundations of success is communication. If you cannot communicate well with your loved ones or they cannot communicate with you, there’s a limit to your quality of life and your ability to recover. It’s not easy. Sometimes it feels downright impossible to talk about what you’re feeling, what your needs are, or...

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