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How to Say No to Alcohol and Drugs

Posted on: December 27, 2019 by in Alcoholism Treatment
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Whether you're newly sober or trying to avoid drugs and alcohol altogether, there will likely be a time when you find yourself in an uncomfortable situation where you feel tempted to use drugs or alcohol. When that happens, you'll be prepared. Try the following suggestions to help: Make an excuse to leave. Ask for help from a trusted source. Only go places where you know drugs and/or alcohol will not be present. Never leave your drink unattended. Make new friends who will not Continue Reading ...

How to Stay Sober

Posted on: November 22, 2019 by in Alcoholism Treatment
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You've already worked hard to become sober, but now you will need to work to stay sober. Here are 10 tips to help you stay sober. Find support. You can join a peer support group like Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous. You can also turn to close friends or family for support. You can also consider going to family counseling to help mend damaged relationships to build a better support system while also making amends. Don't put yourself in dangerous situations. Don't Continue Reading ...

What is Residential Treatment for Substance Abuse?

Posted on: October 16, 2019 by in Alcoholism Treatment
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Residential substance abuse treatment is a form of rehab to aid individuals who suffer from different forms of substance abuse. Alcohol, prescription medication, narcotics, and illegal substances, are a few of the many types of drugs/substances, which people receive inpatient treatment. If you're suffering from addiction or know a loved one who is, this might be the best way to help them on their path to recovery. Help Available in Residential Treatment Substance abuse inpatient Continue Reading ...

A Guide on Residential Substance Abuse Treatment (RSAT) Programs

Posted on: September 17, 2019 by in Alcoholism Treatment
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Drug abuse and addiction in the United States is at a record high, without showing signs of declining. This is a real issue that needs to be brought to the front and center of mental health services more often. One way this is now being done is through the Residential Abuse Treatment (RSAT) programs. If your loved one or family member has been referred to a RSAT program you might be looking to learn more information on what the program entails and how it can help your loved one who has been Continue Reading ...