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Recovery from Addiction Begins with Saying Yes to Treatment

People begin using drugs or alcohol to feel good or to feel better, to avoid or reduce unwanted emotions or pain, or simply because others are doing it and while there are certainly some positive reinforcement effects of taking drugs such as pleasure and relaxation, there are also many negative reinforcement factors that keep an ….

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10 Elements of Effective Treatment

Recovering from a drug or alcohol addiction takes commitment, time, and understanding. Much like an addiction usually doesn’t begin overnight, neither does recovery. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, effective treatment programs include common elements that help to motivate, educate, and transform those suffering from substance abuse. Recognizing the common denominator in effective ….

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Every Addiction is Treatable

One in ten Americans over the age of 12 suffer from addiction to drugs or alcohol, but merely 11 percent receive treatment for their condition. Millions of Americans are suffering from a disease that is treatable. Despite research findings that support addiction as a chronic, but treatable disease, many still fall into the trap of ….

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National Recovery Month: Celebrate Recovery

September is National Recovery Month, “a national observance that educates Americans on the fact that addiction treatment and mental health services can enable those with a mental and or substance use disorder to live a healthy and rewarding life.” Around the country, initiatives are taken to increase awareness and promote positive messages about the importance ….

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The Affordable Care Act, Recovery & You

There has been much discussion about how the Affordable Care Act influences different sections of the medical profession as well as a patient’s ability to receive quality care. When it comes to those suffering from substance abuse, the ACA does affect insurance for individuals who need rehabilitative care for their addictions and other types of ….

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