DIFFERENT TYPES OF ADDICTION
There are many types of addiction one can struggle with. Whether substance abuse, gambling, sex, shopping or something else, our team of dedicated professionals can assist you or your loved one in getting the needed help. If you’re unsure what a loved one is struggling with, the information found here may help you to hone in on what’s really going on. View All »
DO YOU HAVE AN ADDICTION?
If you are concerned you may be struggling with addiction, we can help you to determine what your next steps are to get on the road to good overall health. Whether you’ve started drinking a bit too often or using opioids to help you get through the day, we will assist you with making a plan to address any addiction issues you may be dealing with. Read more »
GET HELP FOR A LOVED ONE
Seeing a loved one struggle can be incredibly painful, especially as they’re often the last to realize that they need help. We can help you get your loved one into treatment by providing information on what steps to take. We’re here to listen and provide assistance so that your family can begin healing. Read more »
A Sobering Look at Why Alcoholics Relapse
Relapse is not uncommon for those who have gone through alcohol addiction. While many think of relapsing as a sign that their condition is beyond treatment, this is not the case. Just like chronic conditions, when a certain treatment for alcohol addiction fails, it means it did not work and that another approach should be […]
Addicted to Working Out? Here Are The Signs You May Be Overdoing It
Exercise addiction is also referred to as compulsive exercise, exercise dependence, anorexia athletic, and obligatory exercise. This sort of addiction is difficult to notice because regular physical exercise is often regarded as a healthy practice and a good way of overcoming other kinds of addictions. However, there is a difference between damaging behavior and competitive […]
Can Pets Help Fight Teen Substance Abuse?
How Pets Can Prevent Substance Abuse in Teens & Help Treat Those in Recovery Several studies have shown the effects that companion animals such as dogs have in reducing stress, fear, anxiety and nervous disorders. Love is deemed as the universal healer. A study by the “Waltham Center for Pet Nutrition” in England found that […]