“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 This simple prayer holds particular significance in the recovery community, especially in 12-Step groups. In fact, some refer to it as “the… View more
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.
Completing addiction treatment is just the first step of recovery, so here are some of the best relapse prevention strategies for maintaining your sobriety.
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.
Outpatient rehab allows patients the opportunity to stay in their environment, while providing a structured therapy regime consisting of peer engagement.
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.
The thought of attending rehab can be intimidating. However, more than anything attending inpatient rehab is similar to going to summer camp.
Anybody can become addicted. But who is most at risk of drug addiction? Let’s break down which demographics have above-average addiction rates.
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.
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…