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Facing Stress in Times of Change: Managing Addiction in a Time of a Pandemic

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In a time of pandemic, everything seems strange and worrisome. You may be one of the many people isolated in your home, trying to figure out how you are going to make it through this without a job or the ability to visit with family and friends. Are You Dealing with Addiction Too? If you’re suffering from addiction, you may be finding it hard to access the drugs and...

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Staying home has become a necessary step in the fight against COVID-19. Millions of people around the world are spending more time at home to do their part. Yet, millions of others have to work to provide important services to the community. Rehab centers, including Victory Addiction Recovery Center, are essential business. That’s why we are open and operational to...

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Consequences of Drug Abuse

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Drug abuse can lead to social, legal, financial, and physical and mental health consequences. These consequences may differ in intensity depending on how far the addiction has progressed and the type of drug being abused. Often times, we make excuses to minimize or rationalize our consequences to tell ourselves that they are not “that bad” compared to...

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