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What to expect from an addiction treatment program

Posted by Jennifer Dellasanta on Feb 22, 2019 12:12:28 PM

 

Whether you are in the first stages of finding opioid addiction or alcohol abuse treatment or you are trying to help a loved one struggling with opioid or alcohol use, knowing what to expect from an addiction treatment program can put your mind at ease and prepare you for the next step in recovery. There are a few different options for drug and alcohol addiction treatment. This article will help you better understand your options so you can choose a treatment program that is right for you.

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Topics: addiction, rehabilitation, Residential Care, medication assisted treatment

Overcoming addiction with medication assisted treatment

Posted by Jennifer Dellasanta on Jul 18, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Attending a residential care program for the treatment of substance abuse can help to reduce the rate of relapse. In fact, a study published in Addiction found that individuals struggling with an alcohol use disorder who attended a residential care program were more likely to be in remission after three years, while those who did not were more likely to experience relapse.

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Topics: Substance Abuse, Alcohol Dependence, Residential Care

The advantages of attending the best residential programs for substance abuse

Posted by Jennifer Dellasanta on Jun 10, 2017 11:07:00 AM

When seeking treatment for substance abuse, participating in a drug rehab program can be essential to recovery. Relapse for drug addiction and substance abuse is common, at an estimated rate of 40% to 60%. Attending a residential care program for the treatment of substance and drug abuse can help to reduce the rate of relapse.

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Topics: Substance Abuse, Residential Care

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