• How Can I Go to Rehab Without Insurance?

    A lack of health insurance doesn't disqualify you from receiving treatment.

    A lack of health insurance doesn't disqualify you from receiving treatment.

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    You’ve finally admitted you have a problem and you need help. But money’s tight, and you don’t have the means to pay for rehab – especially since you don’t have health insurance. Not to fear – you don’t have to let recovery fall to the wayside simply because you can’t afford it. There are low-cost […]

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  • 3 Illusions Bound to Keep You Stuck in Addiction

    Don't let addiction twist your thinking and destroy your inner strength.

    Don't let addiction twist your thinking and destroy your inner strength.

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    Illusion #1 – I Can’t Change. “I’ll just relapse. There’s no point in trying. I can’t change,” Victor tells himself. But all his protests are rooted in illusion. Victor has adapted to plenty of changes throughout his lifetime – even day-to-day events show his flexibility. Before his drug use began, he held several very diverse […]

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  • Residential Family Drug Treatment: A Single Parent’s Dream

    Here's a perfect treatment option for single parents ready to get clean and sober.

    Here's a perfect treatment option for single parents ready to get clean and sober.

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    Julie has two kids – a five-year-old and a two-year-old. She also has a substance abuse problem. What she doesn’t have is someone to care for her kids if she goes to rehab. Julie wants to get help. She wants to get clean and be a better mom to her kids. But how? Who will […]

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  • 9 Practical Tips to Help Pay the Bills While You’re in Rehab

    Your monthly bills shouldn't have to trump life-saving treatment.

    Your monthly bills shouldn't have to trump life-saving treatment.

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    Your financial responsibilities don’t stop just because you’re in rehab. How can you afford it? Who will pay your bills? How will you keep your job? How can you pay for both rehab and a mortgage? These are the same concerns that stop many people from seeking the help they need. Worried about finances and […]

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  • Why China’s Ban on Fentanyl is a Good Thing

    How does China's new ban on fentanyl benefit the United States?

    How does China's new ban on fentanyl benefit the United States?

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    Fentanyl has become a household name as of late, especially with the passing of Prince last year. But according to officials, we may soon see a noticeable decrease in the grasp it has on our society. As of March 1, the Chinese government began banning the manufacture and sale of four variations of fentanyl: Carfentanil, […]

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3 Illusions Bound to Keep You Stuck in Addiction

Don't let addiction twist your thinking and destroy your inner strength.

Illusion #1 – I Can’t Change. “I’ll just relapse. There’s no point in trying. I can’t change,” Victor tells himself. But all his protests are rooted in illusion. Victor has adapted to plenty of changes throughout his lifetime – even day-to-day events show his flexibility. Before his drug use began, he held several very diverse […]

9 Practical Tips to Help Pay the Bills While You’re in Rehab

Your monthly bills shouldn't have to trump life-saving treatment.

Your financial responsibilities don’t stop just because you’re in rehab. How can you afford it? Who will pay your bills? How will you keep your job? How can you pay for both rehab and a mortgage? These are the same concerns that stop many people from seeking the help they need. Worried about finances and […]

Why China’s Ban on Fentanyl is a Good Thing

How does China's new ban on fentanyl benefit the United States?

Fentanyl has become a household name as of late, especially with the passing of Prince last year. But according to officials, we may soon see a noticeable decrease in the grasp it has on our society. As of March 1, the Chinese government began banning the manufacture and sale of four variations of fentanyl: Carfentanil, […]

A Sober Home Horror Story: Do Your Research

Anna's sober home counselor seemed so nice in the beginning.

Sober living homes are usually located in quiet areas and meant to provide a peaceful environment where it’s safe to recover. Unfortunately, a handful of sober homes out there provide anything but. In an effort to highlight why it’s so very important to do your research before entering any kind of treatment or recovery facility, […]

Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome – When Will This End?

What are some things you can do to lessen the effects of PAWS?

Sandra learned all about post-acute withdrawal syndrome (PAWS) at her rehab, so knew it would take her brain a while to get back to normal after quitting alcohol and Xanax. But she’d been sober for three months and it was still hard to add numbers or get to sleep without lying in bed for hours. […]

When Parents and Children Share an Addiction

Did Judy's alcoholism contribute to her son's opiate addiction?

Judy had always blamed herself for her son’s painkiller addiction. Or more accurately, she blamed her drinking. Over the last few years, she’d gotten her drinking under control with help of professional therapy, but Judy was still wracked with guilt for the years her son saw her out of control. With the help of a […]

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