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Rebuilding Trust in Relationships in Recovery

Rebuilding Trust in Relationships in Recovery Addiction is often called the “family disease” because it impacts every individual in a household differently. The often traumatic and distressing change in behavior…

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Finding Friends and a Support Group After Addiction Recovery

Humans are built for connection. Our instincts push us toward friendships, relationships and mutual support from other people. Without close connections, we cannot function at our optimal level. This is…

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Overcoming Loneliness in Recovery During the Pandemic

As social distancing continues, COVID-19 impacts our physical, emotional and social health. Loneliness is on the rise, reaching epidemic proportions. Those most at risk of fatal loneliness are the individuals…

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Why Group Recovery Is a Must

The opioid crisis continues to affect millions of lives. Approximately 8 to 12% of people who use opioids to manage their chronic pain will develop an opioid use disorder. While struggling with…

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How to be Happier and Healthier through Treatment and Recovery

How to be Happier and Healthier through Treatment and Recovery Substance use disorder treatment is a life-changing experience that allows people to take control back over their lives from the…

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Misconceptions About MAT

If you or a loved one is struggling with opioid addiction, you may take several paths to recovery. Counseling, in-patient detoxification and medication-assisted treatment (MAT) are some of the most popular…

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