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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...

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Veterans

Care for Veterans with Substance Use Disorder

After serving the country proudly, many veterans are left with lasting effects of the battlefield that can severely impact their physical, emotional, and mental health. The VA has made efforts…

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Exercise and Addiction Recovery

We know that exercise has a lot of benefits and can improve health on many levels, including helping people lose weight, feel happier and strengthen their cardiovascular system. But can…

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Love Yourself

Three Self-Care Tips in Recovery

Addiction can take over your life and make you lose interest in your hobbies, loved ones, and most of all yourself. It’s not uncommon for those with substance use disorder…

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Opioid Treatment for Busy Professionals

Opioid Treatment for Busy Professionals

Those unfamiliar with high-functioning addiction are often shocked to find that it’s not uncommon for highly successful people to have a substance use disorder. Not only are these busy working…

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What Is National Recovery Month?

Addiction statistics continue to rise at an alarming rate. As disheartening as these numbers are, there is still hope. More and more people are saying enough is enough. For 30 years, SAMHSA’s National…

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What to Expect When Beginning Outpatient Suboxone® Treatment

Congratulations. You took the first brave step toward taking back control of your life. Not everyone is able to summon their courage, ask for help and take action to get…

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How Family Members Can Get Involved in the Recovery Process

When addiction takes hold of someone you love, the situation impacts everyone. As the parent, sibling, spouse or child of someone with a substance use disorder, life begins to feel…

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Working on your Marriage After Treatment

Addiction can take a toll on your entire life, including your loved ones, which is why it’s often called a “family disease.” The behaviors that accompanied your addiction have hurt…

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Five Ways to Celebrate National Recovery Month

Recovery from a life chained to drug addiction is cause for celebration. Whether you’re one day clean or one year, every step you take toward living a life of sobriety…

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