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Young Adult Drug Treatment

Young adults in the U.S. continue to struggle with substance abuse and addiction. In fact, young adults aged 18-25 have a 39% rate of drug use, higher than all other age groups. This is also the group that is least likely to receive treatment for … Read more

Identifying the Signs and Symptoms of Substance Abuse

If you’re worried that someone you care about is using drugs, you’re not alone. Every year, millions of families face this challenge. This blog will guide you in spotting the often-missed signs and symptoms of substance abuse.

Keep reading to learn how to help your loved one.

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Understanding the Impact of Stigma on Addiction Recovery

Addiction is a complex illness that can affect anyone regardless of their background or socioeconomic status. However, when it comes to addiction recovery, the stigma surrounding substance use can be one of the most significant barriers to success.

Breaking Free from Shame: Navigating the First Steps Toward Addiction Recovery

Addiction is a complex issue that can affect anyone, regardless of their background or social standing. Shame and guilt are often intertwined with addiction, making it difficult for individuals to seek help and take the first steps toward recovery. In this blog, we will dive deep into understanding the role of shame in addiction and how it affects individuals. We will also discuss how self-talk plays a crucial role in addiction recovery and provides tools to overcome negativity and shame associated with addiction.

Community Support and Connection: Building Resilience on the Path to Recovery from Trauma-Related Addiction

The road to recovery from trauma-related addiction can often feel isolating and challenging. Studies show that community support plays a significant role in overcoming such trials.

This article will provide insights on how fostering resilience through community connections can aid the healing process for those battling with addiction. Keep reading, this might be your lifeline on the path to recovery.

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