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/ May 13, 2024
Relapse Prevention Plan

Relapse prevention is an integral component of a comprehensive substance abuse treatment plan and the goal for a treatment episode. Relapse prevention involves a strategic approach to identify and manage triggers that could lead to relapse. An initiative-taking stance...

/ May 13, 2024
The 4th Wave of The Drug Epidemic

Urine drug tests are revealing a disturbing trend in the United States. We are knee-deep in what some experts are calling the opioid epidemic’s “fourth wave”. This is not only placing victims at greater risk, but poses a new...

/ May 9, 2024
Exploring the Stages of Change in Addiction Recovery

The Stages of Change (also called The Transtheoretical model) was developed by James Prochaska and Carlo DiClemente in the late 1970s, describes the five changes an individual will go through when changing a behavior. The Stages of Change offers...

/ May 9, 2024
Alcohol and Its Impact on the Brain

Excessive alcohol use was responsible for about 178,000 deaths in the United States each year during 2020–2021, or 488 deaths per day. This was a 29% increase from 2016–2017, when there were an estimated 138,000 deaths per year. These...

/ May 2, 2024
The 4 C’s of Addiction

What are the 4 C’s of Addiction? The 4 C’s of addiction offer a framework to understand the complexity of addiction rehabilitation. The 4’c of addiction are: Compulsion Craving Consequences Control These 4 factors are unique to addiction and...

/ April 15, 2024
Alcohol Detox: What You Need to Know for Recovery

Understanding the process of alcohol detoxification and the challenges that come with addiction recovery is essential for those seeking to overcome their dependency on alcohol. This comprehensive guide will provide you with an in-depth look at the detox process,...

/ April 2, 2024
Strategies to Quit Alcohol Abuse

The statistics are alarming.: In 2022, 10.5% of people aged 12 and older, or 29.5 million people, had Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) in the past year. This includes 28.8 million adults aged 18 and older, 17.4 million males, and...