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If you or a loved one is seeking addiction treatment, and ant to recover at home instead of checking into rehab, it is important to understand the difference between outpatient program and intensive outpatient program. Many drug rehab centers offer inpatient, outpatient, and intensive outpatient programs....

Every person who is recovering from addiction will experience uncomfortable urges and cravings for his/her drug of choice. This is normal recovery behavior. Fortunately, these cravings usually pass with time. When you are first starting rehabilitation, these things are normal, so expect them. We offer...

Outpatient substance abuse rehab involves the patient traveling to a center to attend therapy sessions and can return home the same day. While you may be discharged from inpatient rehab because you are doing well enough to go home, you may still need ongoing support...

Prescription painkillers may prove effective in chronic pain relief. They are often the first line of defense against pain. While these drugs are legal when properly prescribed by a doctor, they can be highly addictive. So how do you know when you or a loved one...

Numerous pharmacological agents have been proved effective for treating alcohol addiction and enhancing recovery. The common class of drugs used to manage withdrawal symptoms during alcohol detoxification is Benzodiazepines and barbiturates. Benzodiazepines such as Diazepam, Chlordiazepoxide, Lorazepam, and Oxazepam are the most commonly used drugs....

A lot of people have a misunderstanding about what alternative rehabilitation (rehab) really is. Most of these facilities are similar to retreats, located in beautifully landscaped areas. They don’t seem like a hospital setting at all. The goal of this type of treatment is to...