The National Institute on Drug Abuse, states that abuse of illicit drugs, alcohol, and tobacco costs the U. S. approximately $700 billion annually. New addictions are appearing such as sex addiction, gambling addiction, and Internet addiction, and facilities are filled to […]Read More
To be prepared for rehab is half the victory. Before checking in, it is essential to prepare properly to get the most out of a treatment program. Although staff members at rehab centers are highly professional and helpful, you still […]Read More
New treatment approaches that can assist individuals who are battling with substance abuse are undoubtedly great news to patients. Biofeedback is one of the most thrilling developments in addiction treatment that has been in use for decades. It’s used to […]Read More
The American Art Therapy Association defines art therapy as “the therapeutic use of art making, within a professional relationship, by people who experience illness, trauma, or challenges in living, and by people who seek personal development.”
Art therapy in rehabilitation centers is […]
During rehab, you’ve probably learned so many valuable life lessons. You’ve talked, went through counseling, accepted advice and discovered the reasons behind your problems and behaviors. Now it’s time to leave this safe place and get back to the real […]Read More
Every year in the United States, millions of people enter drug rehabs. There are hundreds of rehab centers that people can utilize when their drug use spins out of control and develops into a life-threatening addiction. According to the National […]Read More
For some, going to rehab is a waste of time (and money), a dreadful experience that doesn’t affect their recovery in any way. For others, the right rehab treatment will save their life.
Choose you addiction treatment center carefully. Here are […]
One of the first decisions patients need to deal with is whether a gender-specific or co-ed environment would be the most effective. But which one is better?
Treatment for drug addiction, co-occurring disorders, or dual-diagnosis is a complex and difficult process for […]
Among the other important things that influence your decision when entering rehab are the seriousness of your abuse or addiction and the type of treatment you should choose. If you struggle with addiction of any type, whether it’s alcohol, drug or […]Read More