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.
Just as each person has arrived at rehab from their path, riddled with distinct trials and tribulations, everyone offers a unique set of personal strengths that will prove the foundation of their future healing. At Gulf Breeze Recovery, we believe that holistic addiction treatment, tailored to the needs of the individual, is the key to…
Finding the right addiction treatment program can be difficult, as you must be sure that the facility you choose has the features you need to rehabilitate and detox and adjust to new therapies. You must also find an aftercare program that will help you to apply the tools you have learned in inpatient rehab to…
More than ten years ago, buprenorphine hit the market with critical acclaim from government officials and treatment professionals alike. It was seen as a helpful tool to use for opiate withdrawal, but was then later pushed as a maintenance drug as well.
A new study out of the University of Chicago Medicine suggests that young adults who experience the highest sensitivity to alcohol’s pleasurable effects are the most likely to develop an alcohol use disorder over time.
Resolutions Don’t Work on Alcohol Addiction. This idea of a “clean slate” has appealed to us for thousands of years, but even though it can work for some situations, it takes a lot more than a New Year’s resolution to break an alcohol addiction.
Many non-12 step inpatient rehabs are a safe, secular, science-based treatment option that are most effective in the privacy of a relaxing recovery center. In these optimal settings, specially trained medical professionals can apply a powerful combination of techniques and counseling.
In a long-term treatment program, safety concerns are greatly reduced when all residents and staff have been tested for COVID-19 and individuals are tested and must be negative before they are admitted into the program.
The number of Americans dying from drug overdoses rose sharply in the first quarter of the year, putting the country on track for setting a new record for annual overdose deaths. The impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic on people in general and addiction services more specifically is also playing a role.
Addiction treatment has come a long way since the 12 Step program was developed in the 1930s and today there are dozens upon dozens of treatment programs and therapies that address substance use disorder and addictions.