outpatient addiction treatment

The History of Outpatient Programs in the U.S.

Outpatient addiction treatment is not a new concept. In fact, the history of outpatient addiction treatment goes back more than 150 years. This makes sense given that psychoactive drugs have been used in some form starting as early as human civilizations began to emerge. Despite thousands of years of experimentation with the substances, it wasn’t…

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alcohol addiction treatment

Treatment Options for Alcoholism: Pros, Cons & Our Approach

Much has been written about alcohol addiction treatment largely because there is no one solution that’s right for everyone. For alcoholics, this can be especially frustrating because they’re looking for a one-stop shop and a quick remedy. The simple fact of the matter is that addiction doesn’t happen overnight and as such, there’s no overnight…

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sleeping pill addiction

What You Need to Know About Sleeping Pill Addiction

Sleeping Pill Addiction: Yup, it’s still a thing Sleeping pill addiction, made famous in the 1950s, continues to be a problem in the U.S. Among adults, problems with sleeping pills are common and as many as four percent  ― that’s nearly 10 million people ― use them, according to an estimate published in 2013 from the U.S. Centers…

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Dealing With Family Problems During Recovery

Bringing Up Old Feelings At some point during the recovery process, things will get very real. Understanding one’s addiction will eventually require some painful self-reflection. You’ll need to look at what caused you to succumb to the temptation that ultimately led to your addiction. Being honest with oneself is the only way to treat the…

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