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  • How to Choose a Drug Rehab
    How to Choose a Drug Rehab

    Finding the right treatment center can be daunting, but we can help make it easy. Check out this breakdown of how to choose a drug rehab.

  • What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program?
    What Is a Partial Hospitalization Program?

    You’re ready to pursue treatment for your addiction. You want to regain control of your life and stick to sobriety long-term. You’ve had people ask if you’re “really serious this time.” Are you serious enough to make pursuing recovery a full-time job?  Have you tried meetings or outpatient treatment and continue to struggle with addiction?... View more

  • The Basics of Alcohol Treatment
    The Basics of Alcohol Treatment

    Thousands of people die annually from alcohol-related circumstances. They ruin their lives and the lives of their loved ones by turning to this substance.  If you are looking for help with your addiction, you don’t have to do it alone. Read here if you want assistance with alcohol treatment and what to do. How Do... View more

  • How Addiction and Family Are Impacted
    How Addiction and Family Are Impacted

    Addiction and family are intertwined. 46 percent of Americans have a family member or close friend with a history of addiction.  Addiction is never insignificant. But it has its most profound impact on a family unit. Yet a family can start getting help with addiction and working together to make a recovery.  How can addiction root... View more

  • How to Identify and Treat a Kratom Addiction
    How to Identify and Treat a Kratom Addiction

    Studies show that over 15 million Americans are currently using Kratom, and that number might actually be much higher. Kratom is often billed as a safe alternative to Opioid drugs or a “natural high”; however, those statements couldn’t be further from the truth. Kratom is a dangerous drug, and Kratom addiction could be affecting someone... View more

  • What Is Intensive Outpatient Program?
    What Is Intensive Outpatient Program?

    In Los Angeles, around 7% of adults over 26 have substance use disorder (SUD). Another 21% binge drink and another 26% use some type of illicit drug. As you can see, substance abuse is a real problem. Chances are, either you or someone you love is struggling with drug addiction. So you might be researching... View more

  • 10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About IOPs in Los Angeles
    10 Questions to Ask Your Doctor About IOPs in Los Angeles

    You may know that the COVID-19 pandemic increased rates of mental health disorders. But did you know that it also exacerbated addiction disorders? The American Psychological Association reports that opiate and stimulant addictions have been up since the pandemic’s start. If you’re struggling with an addiction disorder, don’t lose hope. Intensive outpatient programs or IOPs in... View more

  • Outpatient vs. Inpatient Rehab: What’s the Difference?
    Outpatient vs. Inpatient Rehab: What’s the Difference?

    Today, 10% of American adults get drug use disorder during their lives. Substance abuse is a very real problem, especially since many of us lead such high-stress lifestyles. What started off as casual use can quickly become dependence and addiction. While it might feel like you’re trapped in a hopeless cycle, don’t lose hope. There are... View more

  • Why You Should Consider Los Angeles IOPs for Your Addiction
    Why You Should Consider Los Angeles IOPs for Your Addiction

    Intensive outpatient programs (IOPs) can help patients with substance use disorders who don’t require 24-hour supervision. As an alternative to inpatient treatment, an IOP could help you maintain your sobriety. In fact, researchers consider IOPs as an important part of the continuum of care for drug and alcohol use disorders. They’re as effective as inpatient... View more

  • 8 Signs You Should Consider Visiting a Los Angeles Rehab Center
    8 Signs You Should Consider Visiting a Los Angeles Rehab Center

    If you’re struggling with a habit, you might be wondering if you’re slipping into an addiction. It’s important to take a close look at your situation and understand whether or not you’d benefit from a visit to a rehab center. Los Angeles rehab centers are there for you when you need them, but the decision is... View more

  • 10 Factors to Consider When Choosing Rehabs in Los Angeles, California
    10 Factors to Consider When Choosing Rehabs in Los Angeles, California

    There are now over 14,000 treatment facilities in America, offering treatment to over 3.7 million people. Not every rehabilitation facility will offer the services and programs you need, though. Are you considering rehabilitation this year? Keep these 10 qualities in mind as you research rehabs in Los Angeles California. By reviewing this list, you can... View more

  • The Benefits of IOP in Los Angeles
    The Benefits of IOP in Los Angeles

    Of the 19.9 million adults who need substance use treatment, only 2.1 million (10.8%) receive the help they need. You shouldn’t wait to seek help. Otherwise, your addiction could lead to severe consequences. Without proper treatment, the number of annual deaths will only continue to rise. Instead, consider Los Angeles outpatient drug rehab. An IOP... View more

  • 8 Common Sober Living Mistakes and How to Avoid Them
    8 Common Sober Living Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

    It’s an incredible feat to get sober. It’s within all of us to make the change and establish a healthy lifestyle, but kicking the habit in the first place is just the first step. Staying clean is the second battle. Maintaining sobriety requires just as much skill as getting sober in the first place, and a... View more

  • How to Find Rehabs in Los Angeles California
    How to Find Rehabs in Los Angeles California

    There are currently over 14,000 addiction, drug, and alcohol rehabilitation centers throughout the US. There’s no shame in needing help. In fact, it’s best to seek help right away. Without proper treatment, your addiction could only get worse. It might even lead to an overdose. Don’t take the risk. Instead, use these tips to find... View more

  • The Best Rehabs in Los Angeles California
    The Best Rehabs in Los Angeles California

    Are you looking to enter treatment in Los Angeles, but you don't know where to look? There's no need to panic because below, you're going to find a list of the rehabs in Los Angeles California, and why they're some of the top rehabs in the area. By the time you've finished reading this, you're... View more

  • How to Stay Sober Living in Los Angeles
    How to Stay Sober Living in Los Angeles

    Los Angeles is the land of luxury and glamourous living. With a population of more than 373,529, it can be challenging for someone in recovery to stay sober without the right resources. If you’ve recently completed treatment in Los Angeles or have a loved one that’s completed treatment, it’s essential to know ways to continue... View more

  • A Guide to Sober Living Los Angeles
    A Guide to Sober Living Los Angeles

    Detoxing from drugs or alcohol is incredibly difficult, but it’s just the first step in your sober living journey. If you want to reduce the risk of relapse, you’ll need to continue your treatment. For example, you might stay in a sober living home, or you might attend outpatient rehab.  The good news is that... View more

  • IOP in Los Angeles: What You Need to Know
    IOP in Los Angeles: What You Need to Know

    More than 70,000 Americans died from a drug-involved overdose in a single year. If you’re struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, you’re not alone. It’s important to seek help before it’s too late, though. Consider exploring the Los Angeles outpatient treatment options that are available to you. An intensive outpatient program can help you live... View more

  • Addressing Lingering Guilt and Shame in Recovery
    Addressing Lingering Guilt and Shame in Recovery

    Carrying guilt associated with your past will undoubtedly put your sobriety in jeopardy. So how do you deal with lingering guilt in recovery?

  • Becoming a Sponsor is a Major Recovery Milestone, & Here’s Why
    Becoming a Sponsor is a Major Recovery Milestone, & Here’s Why

    Becoming a sponsor is one of AA’s final steps, but it's about more than just "paying it forward." The role of becoming a sponsor also plays heavily into one’s own recovery. Here are a few of the many benefits you’ll find when you become a sponsor. The Inspiration Goes Both Ways It’s a sponsor’s job... View more

  • Was NXIVM Created to Feed Keith Raniere’s Sex Addiction?
    Was NXIVM Created to Feed Keith Raniere’s Sex Addiction?

    Was NXIVM Created to Feed Keith Raniere’s Sex Addiction?Keith Raniere has made headlines recently with more details surrounding his sexual exploits coming to light. Speculation has come about as to whether he suffers from a legitimate sexual addiction, and while many would agree this is the case we seem to be looking at a more... View more

  • Online Resources to Help You Maintain Your Sobriety
    Online Resources to Help You Maintain Your Sobriety

    Many of us are spending a lot of time at home. So what kind of online resources are available for those in recovery?

  • Do I Have a Drinking Problem?
    Do I Have a Drinking Problem?

    If you're someone asking, "Do I have a drinking problem," then we're here to help... Here's how to identify a drinking problem.

  • 7 Things You Should Know About Heroin Addiction
    7 Things You Should Know About Heroin Addiction

    Since heroin addiction is an ongoing nationwide crisis, so we've put together a list of 7 things you should know about heroin addiction.

  • Why Are Drugs So Addictive?
    Why Are Drugs So Addictive?

    We know that alcohol and drugs are powerfully addictive. But many people don't know why, so we're answering why drugs are so addiction.

  • Common Questions (& Answers) About Sober Living
    Common Questions (& Answers) About Sober Living

    Do you have unanswered questions about sober living homes? Well, we've got the answers... Find out more in this sober living Q&A.

  • The Ultimate Guide to Intensive Outpatient Treatment
    The Ultimate Guide to Intensive Outpatient Treatment

    Intensive Outpatient Treatment can be an asset. Here's everything you should know about IOP with answers to your biggest questions.

  • The Role of Twelve-Step Programs in Recovery
    The Role of Twelve-Step Programs in Recovery

    Twelve-step programs have helped millions to get sober. What kind of role do twelve-step programs play in addiction recovery?

  • MDMA Addiction: Fact or Fiction?
    MDMA Addiction: Fact or Fiction?

    MDMA is typically associated with partying, but are we underestimating this drug? Should MDMA addiction be a real concern, or is it fiction?

  • 10 Tips for Living a Sober Life
    10 Tips for Living a Sober Life

    Getting sober is only the first step to recovery. So we've made maintaining your sobriety easier with these 10 tips for living a sober life.

  • Which Substances Are the Most Addictive?
    Which Substances Are the Most Addictive?

    All substances are dangerous and addictive to a degree, but some are more addictive than others. Which are the most addictive substances?

  • Helping vs. Enabling: What’s the Difference?
    Helping vs. Enabling: What’s the Difference?

    All addicts benefit from the support of their loved ones. But how do you help without enabling? This is our helping vs enabling breakdown.

  • 8 Things to Know About Sober Living
    8 Things to Know About Sober Living

    Sober living has become a major asset to recovery for many people. If you have reservations, here are 8 things to know about sober living.

  • Kratom, Explained
    Kratom, Explained

    Many drugs are prone to abuse, but Kratom is one that many people are unfamiliar with. This is Kratom explained: What is it? Is it addictive?

  • Anxiety Disorder vs. Panic Disorder: What’s the Difference?
    Anxiety Disorder vs. Panic Disorder: What’s the Difference?

    Are anxiety disorder and panic disorder the same thing or different? Find out in our anxiety disorder vs panic disorder breakdown.

  • Halfway Homes vs. Sober Living vs. Transitional Living
    Halfway Homes vs. Sober Living vs. Transitional Living

    Is there a difference between halfway homes, sober living homes, and transitional living homes? Or are they the same? Let's find out...

  • What is a Sober Companion?
    What is a Sober Companion?

    Sober companions are becoming a common tool for sustaining one's sobriety. But what is a sober companion? Does having a sober companion work?

  • Anger Disorders & Substance Abuse: What You Should Know
    Anger Disorders & Substance Abuse: What You Should Know

    A number of emotional disorders have been associated with addiction... But what about anger? Are anger disorders and addiction related?

  • Does Sober Living Actually Work?
    Does Sober Living Actually Work?

    Sober living is a common follow-up to addiction treatment. But do sober living homes actually work? Are they necessary? Let's find out...

  • Will My Health Insurance Plan Cover a Sober Living Home?
    Will My Health Insurance Plan Cover a Sober Living Home?

    Most health insurance providers cover addiction treatment, but what about sober living homes? Will my health insurance plan cover a sober living home?

  • The Four Cs of Addiction, Explained
    The Four Cs of Addiction, Explained

    Addiction is a complex illness. However, the four Cs of addiction allows us to distill addiction to its most basic tenets. So let's break them down.

  • The Psychology of Addiction
    The Psychology of Addiction

    Addiction is a brain disease that has many profound effects on the brain. To give you a better understanding, let's break down the psychology of addiction.

  • Which Mental Health Disorders Increase Vulnerability to Addiction?
    Which Mental Health Disorders Increase Vulnerability to Addiction?

    There are many things that can lead to addiction, including mental disorders. So let's look at the top mental health disorders that can lead to addiction.

  • Tolerance, Dependence, Addiction: Is There a Difference?
    Tolerance, Dependence, Addiction: Is There a Difference?

    Tolerance. Chemical dependence. Addiction. These are common terms, but it's not easy to know which is right in each situation. So let's break them down.

  • Are Creative People More Likely to Become Addicted?
    Are Creative People More Likely to Become Addicted?

    Many brilliant creatives have had lifelong struggles with substance abuse... Why? Is there a connection between creativity and addiction? Let's find out.

  • Addiction Comorbidity, Explained
    Addiction Comorbidity, Explained

    Addiction comorbidity is when someone suffers from addiction as well as a co-occurring disorder... and we're taking a look at this concept in more detail.

  • The Truth About Crime & Substance Abuse
    The Truth About Crime & Substance Abuse

    Many people assume that crime and substance abuse go hand-in-hand, but is it true? Let's take a look at some real data and facts to answer this question.

  • How to Have Fun While Staying Sober On Holidays
    How to Have Fun While Staying Sober On Holidays

    Alcohol and holidays often go hand-in-hand in our minds. But what if you're in recovery? Here's how to have fun while sober during holiday celebrations.

  • What (& Who) is the 27 Club?
    What (& Who) is the 27 Club?

    The "27 Club" is infamous for its many talented, well-known members who were taken before their times. But what is the 27 Club? And who are its members?

  • A Brief History of Addiction Treatment
    A Brief History of Addiction Treatment

    Where does modern addiction treatment come from? How did it develop? These questions — and more — are answered in this brief history of addiction treatment.

  • COVID-19, Explained
    COVID-19, Explained

    In light of the coronavirus pandemic, it's important to separate the facts from the fiction. So this is COVID-19, explained.

  • Inpatient vs. Outpatient Treatment: What’s the Difference?
    Inpatient vs. Outpatient Treatment: What’s the Difference?

    All addiction treatment programs are either inpatient or inpatient. But what's the difference? This is our inpatient vs. outpatient breakdown.

  • What is Case Management?
    What is Case Management?

    Case management is often an essential part of addiction rehabilitation. But what is case management? Why is it beneficial?

  • Common Excuses People Give to Avoid Rehab (& How to Respond)
    Common Excuses People Give to Avoid Rehab (& How to Respond)

    People avoid addiction treatment for many reasons, so we put together a list of the most common excuses people avoid rehab and how you can overcome them.

  • Deconstructing the Addiction Stigma
    Deconstructing the Addiction Stigma

    Despite having a better understanding of this deadly disease, addiction remains highly stigmatized. So what's the deal with the addiction stigma?

  • The Serenity Prayer
    The Serenity Prayer

    “God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, courage to change the things I can, and wisdom to know the difference.” The Serenity Prayer The Serenity Prayer’s AA History The serenity prayer holds particular significance in the recovery community, especially in 12-Step groups. In fact, some refer to it as “the... View more

  • Why Rehab is Just the First Step
    Why Rehab is Just the First Step

    Going to rehab for treatment doesn't mean you're done with recovery. In fact, drug rehab is the first step of many in the recovery journey.

  • 7 Relapse Prevention Strategies That Actually Work
    7 Relapse Prevention Strategies That Actually Work

    Completing addiction treatment is just the first step of recovery, so here are some of the best relapse prevention strategies for maintaining your sobriety.

  • How to Give a Loved One Support in Recovery
    How to Give a Loved One Support in Recovery

    Addiction treatment helps people to get sober, but loved ones' support is how they stay sober... So here's how to give loved ones support in recovery.

  • What is Outpatient Rehab?
    What is Outpatient Rehab?

    Outpatient rehab allows patients the opportunity to stay in their environment, while providing a structured therapy regime consisting of peer engagement.

  • What is After Rehab?
    What is After Rehab?

    Now that you've completed an inpatient rehab facility what happens next? As many as 60% of people relapse after treatment making outpatient so important.

  • What is Rehab Like?
    What is Rehab Like?

    The thought of attending rehab can be intimidating. However, more than anything attending inpatient rehab is similar to going to summer camp.

  • Who Is Most At Risk of Drug Addiction?
    Who Is Most At Risk of Drug Addiction?

    Anybody can become addicted. But who is most at risk of drug addiction? Let's break down which demographics have above-average addiction rates.

  • Help Someone with Addiction Pt. II
    Help Someone with Addiction Pt. II

    Here are three tools you can use if you find yourself in a situation where a loved one is battling a substance abuse disorder and needs help with addiction.

  • Risk Factors for Addiction
    Risk Factors for Addiction

    What causes addiction? Although there's not a definitive answer, we do know the most common risk factors for addiction. And we're breaking them down...

  • Help Someone with Addiction Pt. I
    Help Someone with Addiction Pt. I

    Here are three tools you can use if you find yourself in a situation where a loved one is battling a substance abuse disorder and needs help with addiction.

  • Sober Living
    Sober Living

    Silicon Beach Treatment Center offers excellent sober living options for those enrolled in our outpatient programs. To learn more call us at 833-LA-REHAB!

  • Perception is Reality
    Perception is Reality

    We can look at all the things we go through as blessings because they got us to where we needed to be, or we can let our past demoralize us from regret.

  • Adderall Abuse
    Adderall Abuse

    The use of powerful prescription stimulants, Adderall abuse, has been rapidly rising across the nation. Adderall sales increased 3135.6% from 2002–2006.

  • Social Wellness: Wellness Pt. 8
    Social Wellness: Wellness Pt. 8

    Social wellness is determined by the people we spend time with and our community. It is the relationships we have and our interactions with others.

  • Occupational Wellness: Wellness Pt. 7
    Occupational Wellness: Wellness Pt. 7

    Occupational wellness is the level of fulfillment we find in work and feelings that our work makes a difference. Additionally it looks at work-life balance.

  • Financial Wellness: Wellness Pt. 6
    Financial Wellness: Wellness Pt. 6

    Financial wellness is the act of understanding how to positively handle your finances. Poor finances impact both your physical and emotional wellbeing.

  • Environmental Wellness: Wellness Pt. 5
    Environmental Wellness: Wellness Pt. 5

    Environmental wellness motivates us to remember to be considerate of everything around us. t's knowing the role of your ecological footprint.

  • Intellectual Wellness: Wellness Pt. 4
    Intellectual Wellness: Wellness Pt. 4

    Intellectual wellness is associated with how we use our mind: how often we actively pursue new endeavors, our creativity, and our critical thinking.

  • Spiritual Wellness: Wellness Pt: 3
    Spiritual Wellness: Wellness Pt: 3

    Spiritual wellness goes far beyond religious practices. One of the most important aspects to this is finding a greater purpose in our lives.

  • Emotional Wellness: Wellness Pt. 2
    Emotional Wellness: Wellness Pt. 2

    Emotional wellness helps prevent us from becoming a slave to our emotions by evaluating how well we’re handling our feelings. Life becomes more balanced.

  • Physical Wellness: Wellness Pt. 1
    Physical Wellness: Wellness Pt. 1

    Physical wellness (regular exercise and a healthy diet) is important to living your best life and regaining your identity after a substance abuse disorder.

  • Mindfulness and Addiction
    Mindfulness and Addiction

    Mindfulness. It’s a fascinating concept and one that can greatly help a person on their road to recovery. As the word implies, mindfulness is the ability to objectively interpret events without influence of your own personal bias. It’s a person’s impartial, conscious understanding or awareness of the world around them in the present moment. One... View more

  • How to Handle Cravings
    How to Handle Cravings

    Cravings are an unavoidable part of entering into sobriety. Here are three easy to use ideas to help cope with cravings along with 20 ways to overcome them.

  • Three Reasons to Spend the Holiday in Rehab
    Three Reasons to Spend the Holiday in Rehab

    You might be looking ahead and thinking, “this year I get my life back”. Why wait? Here are three reasons spending the holiday in rehab is your best option.

  • Addiction Aftercare
    Addiction Aftercare

    To continue maintaining sobriety after being involved in a program can be extremely difficult. An addict going back to the environment in which they were in before can be very triggering.

  • Heroin Withdrawal
    Heroin Withdrawal

    The time it takes to withdraw from heroin, like many other drugs, depend on the length of time that one used, frequency and dosage.

  • Marijuana Detox
    Marijuana Detox

    The detoxification symptoms from marijuana vary from each person and they can cause serious discomfort.

  • Alcoholism Rehab
    Alcoholism Rehab

    For someone to admit they a problem and them being open to seeking help is just the beginning, but an extremely important step towards maintaining sobriety.

  • Overcoming Old Habits
    Overcoming Old Habits

    Our lives run on the habits we create. Just about everything we do in life is based off a habit we’ve developed at some point in time. Some habits help us in life, while others hold us back. Some bad habits, like an addiction, can negatively impact your ability to live your best life.

  • How Treatment Centers can Further Help Program Alumni
    How Treatment Centers can Further Help Program Alumni

    From the outside, recovering from an issue like substance abuse might seem like a process that has somewhat of a beginning and end. However, the end of treatment is only the beginning of the journey to recovery. Because of this, many treatment centers maintain an open line of communication with program alumni, acting as a... View more

  • Effects of Binge Drinking on the Brain
    Effects of Binge Drinking on the Brain

    Effects of Binge Drinking on the Brain In America, alcohol is an integral part of the social scene. A 2013 National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that an estimated 52.2 percent of Americans aged 12 or older were current alcohol users. Alcohol is the most commonly abused drug in the U.S., despite the... View more

  • Triggers and Cravings
    Triggers and Cravings

    Triggers and Cravings Triggers and cravings can be one of the most difficult aspects of recovery from alcoholism and drug abuse. A trigger is anything that brings back painful thoughts, feelings, or memories having to do with your addiction. This could be your drug of choice, a location you frequented or even a person you... View more

  • Prescriptions for Dangerous Doses Dropping
    Prescriptions for Dangerous Doses Dropping

    Dangerous Doses for Prescriptions Dropping A recent federal analysis found prescriptions for higher, more dangerous doses have dropped the most sharply, by 41 percent since 2010. In 1999 the nation’s problem with opioid addiction was just starting. An analysis by the Federal Center for Disease Control and Prevention also found that the rate for prescriptions... View more

  • Abuse vs Addiction
    Abuse vs Addiction

    Abuse vs Addiction While the terms abuse and addiction are often used interchangeably, the reality is that they are each describing a different type of person. The terms do have some similarities in that they both negatively impact their lives. We’ll take a closer look at these two terms to better distinguish the difference between... View more

  • Understanding Drug Relapse in Addiction
    Understanding Drug Relapse in Addiction

    Drug Relapse in Addiction Relapse, in the context of drug use, involves the recurrence of pathological drug use after a period of abstinence. There are various types of substances that may cause addiction or dependence, such as depressants, stimulants, or nicotine. Relapse is now often viewed as the rule rather than the exception in addiction... View more

  • Alcoholism Warning Signs
    Alcoholism Warning Signs

    Warning Signs of Alcoholism If you are concerned that a loved one is struggling with alcoholism, there are warning signs that you can look for to determine if they are addicted to alcohol. While many signs are easily recognizable, others may be more difficult to identify. The severity of the abuse can also play a... View more

  • Women and Addiction
    Women and Addiction

    About Women and Addiction The approach used to treating addiction is different for each individual. This same idea applies to the treatment approach used for men and women. Until the 1990’s the majority of addiction studies focused on men. It wasn’t until women were required to be added to the studies that significant differences were... View more

  • Tips for Maintaining Positivity in Addiction Recovery
    Tips for Maintaining Positivity in Addiction Recovery

    Maintaining Positivity in Addiction Recovery While there is really no way to avoid negativity completely in life, you can make the commitment to focus on positivity instead. In addiction recovery, there will be extremely difficult days where you will struggle and won’t want to leave the comforts of your bed, these are the times where... View more

  • Tips for Staying Sober in College
    Tips for Staying Sober in College

    Tips for Students Choosing to Stay Sober in College According to the Wall Street Journal, students between the ages of 18 and 24 represent the largest-growing demographic of individuals seeking treatment for drug abuse. Some students may be coming to college already having been sober in high school. Others may develop alcohol or drug addiction while... View more

  • Carfentanil Poses New Threat
    Carfentanil Poses New Threat

    Carfentanil Poses New Threat Over 53 deaths have occurred due to the intake of carfentail in South Florida, and most users are blind to what they are ingesting. Commonly used as an elephant tranquilizer, carfentanil is approximately 10,000 times more potent than morphine. Hollywood police say many people who ingest the drug do not know... View more

  • Addiction Recovery and the Holidays
    Addiction Recovery and the Holidays

    Addiction Recovery and the Holidays There is no doubt that the holidays present recovering addicts and their families with a number of challenges. The holiday season can be full of stress and everyone could use a little extra support during this time. Those in active recovery are faced with challenges when it comes to temptation... View more

  • Tips for a Happy and Sober Holiday Season
    Tips for a Happy and Sober Holiday Season

    Tips for Having a Happy and Sober Holiday Season The holidays can be a challenging time for those in recovery. Between holiday parties and gatherings with family and friends, you could find yourself in a few uncomfortable situations when it comes to alcohol and other substances. Not to mention the added stress that can creep... View more

  • Making Sobriety Top Priority Following Election
    Making Sobriety Top Priority Following Election

    Making Sobriety Top Priority Following Election As one of the most turbulent presidential elections in history comes to an end, countless Americans are finding themselves overwhelmed with anxiety, terror, panic, and anger. While some find themselves relieved that the dramatic election is finally over, there are millions of people struggling with the aftereffects of this... View more

  • Maintaining Sobriety Following the Election
    Maintaining Sobriety Following the Election

    Maintaining Sobriety Following the Election Millions of Americans are finding themselves overwhelmed with fear, stress, panic, and anger as one of the most turbulent presidential campaigns in history comes to a close. While some find themselves relieved that the dramatic election has finally reached its end, there are countless people struggling with the lingering effects... View more