Blog

Find our latest posts to help you with opioid addiction

What is addiction counseling?

Odds are, you didn’t set out to become addicted to opioids, but it happens. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, in 2017, there were an estimated 1.7 million people with opioid related substance abuse problems, with 47,000 deaths resulting from opioid overdose. So, while recovery from addiction may feel like a long, lonely path to travel, you are far from alone...

blog-featured

What is Addiction Counseling?

Addiction counseling can seem like an intimidating thing to do. Many people struggle with this part of recovery, but addiction counselors are here to help in a non-judgmental, positive way.

Read More →

How to Tell Family and Friends That You Have an Opioid Addiction

Dealing with an addiction to opioids is a struggle within itself! Here are a few tips you can use to share your opioid addiction story with your family and friends.

Read More →

Opioid Addiction and Marriage

Substance Abuse can create hurdles in a marriage, but repairing a marriage from an opioid addiction is possible with a plan and support from opiate addiction treatment centers.

Read More →

8 Tips for Better Sleep During Addiction Recovery

Opiate addiction doesn’t just hurt individuals. It hurts friends, families, and communities. The way people speak to those struggling with addiction (including how people with opiate addiction disorder speak about themselves) can make a difference in how successful efforts at recovery from addiction can be.

Read More →

5 Things to Never Say to Someone with a Drug Addiction

Opiate addiction doesn’t just hurt individuals. It hurts friends, families, and communities. The way people speak to those struggling with addiction (including how people with opiate addiction disorder speak about themselves) can make a difference in how successful efforts at recovery from addiction can be.

Read More →

Staying Fit & Active in Addiction Recovery

When you exercise, your brain secretes hormones that make you feel good. To put it into perspective, whether it be heroin or pain pills, opioids caused the same “feel good” sensation but in an unnatural way. Exercising will give you a natural, euphoric feeling that can give you the motivation to complete whatever is on your list.

Read More →

There Is Hope

Get in touch with us