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5 Benefits of Outpatient Rehab

When you have decided to seek treatment for a substance use disorder, you will discover various treatment options. Residential addiction treatment is a popular choice for many but not always necessary or convenient. An intensive outpatient program, or IOP, is an excellent option if you do not require 24-hour care or cannot walk away from…

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What Is Vivitrol?

Chronic relapse is a reality for many who suffer from substance use disorders (SUD). Often, even when individuals are trying to break the cycle of addiction, the intensity of withdrawal symptoms leads them back to substance use. Medical detox is the safest way to comfortably overcome withdrawals to be able to work on the underlying…

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Common Dangers of Fentanyl

Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid created to combat severe pain associated with operations, serious injuries, or cancer. For chronic pain, fentanyl can be prescribed after less potent painkillers become ineffective. While fentanyl has legitimate medical uses, its euphoric effects have led to its abuse as a recreational drug with an extremely high potential for…

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Non-12-Step Approach to Rehab

Non-12-step rehab shares a few common characteristics with its AA predecessor. To begin, both ideas promote abstinence from the abused substances. It should also be noted that, like traditional twelve-step programs, there is no unified non-12 step approach. Some versions feature elements of spirituality, while others do not.

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Luxury Rehab for Alcohol and Drug Treatment

Our amenities, along with our specially trained staff have one specific focus and that focus is how we can best help people recover from addiction. We do that by providing a safe, comfortable, nurturing environment and a curriculum targeting individual recovery.