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John Volken Academy addiction recovery centre opens in Surrey
The John Volken Academy, which started as a tiny addiction recovery facility in Surrey years ago, has grown into a brand new, state of the art recovery centre with 150 beds. The facility for men and women aged 19 to 32 is the biggest of its kind in ...

Many Faces One Voice campaign about addiction recovery
BOSTON (WWLP) – The campaign is called Many Faces One Voice, meant to engage people of all ages and backgrounds, to eliminate the stigma surrounding addiction recovery. Young people from across Massachusetts gathered for a screening of the film ...

Bruce Springsteen to Honor Pete Townshend for Addiction Charity Work
The Fund has helped MusiCares provide musicians with addiction recovery treatment and resources for living sober, such as safe harbor rooms, support groups and a sober touring network that links musicians on the road with those who can provide recovery ...

Ryan bill would expand Medicaid coverage for addiction treatment
Ryan, who is Co-Chair of the Addiction, Treatment and Recovery Caucus, says the bill would specifically enable reimbursements to states that cover medical assistance to treat a substance abuse disorder in a institution of not more than 60 beds. Ryan ...

Price of Addiction: Hazelden doc testifies in Congress about opioid scourge
Dr. Marvin Seppala, chief medical officer of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, visited Congress today to testify about the ongoing opioid epidemic in the U.S. and defended the organization's approach to addiction treatment. “Individuals who are ...

Chapter 5, Highlands Center partner for addiction recovery
The therapeutic benefits of being in nature are well documented, and all of us have felt them. Whether taking a hike or just observing the natural world around us-nature restores our inner peace. For some, that's an easy task, but for others dealing ...

'RHOBH' Ultimatum: Bravo Demands Kim Richards Undergo Drug Testing ...
'RHOBH' Ultimatum: Bravo Demands Kim Richards Undergo Drug Testing ...

State says drug treatment center illegally charges hundreds for opiate ...
State says drug treatment center illegally charges hundreds for opiate ...

Frisbie hosts Strafford County Recovery Day
Facilities that will be attending include Bonfire Recovery Services, Addiction Recovery Services, and ROAD to a Better Life. Andrew West, co-founder of Bonfire, described the all-male facilities as a structured-sobriety living house. Their mission is ...

Addiction Program A Real Need
The village of Niles Family Services Dept. also provides counseling and addiction recovery programs far above and beyond what most municipalities offer. It is unfortunate that state funding and private insurance plans have cut services for addiction so ...

Vinland's individualized treatment helps those with cognitive disabilities ...
Vinland's individualized treatment helps those with cognitive disabilities ...

A new drug and alcohol addiction recovery program opens in Yanceyville
New Directions Now is a faith based addiction recovery program started two years ago at Lively Stones Baptist Church in Pelham. The newly opened second site in Yanceyville marks their ongoing success. Alice and her husband, Paul, use the former ...


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How to Help Someone Struggling with Addiction

Many would agree that addiction is a disease that can be very difficult for anyone to live with. Most often, addiction affects every aspects of a person’s life and will even affect the people that they know and care about. Friends and family of a person suffering from addiction may want to help, but have no idea how. Helping someone with addiction can be difficult, but that help could... [Continue Reading]

5 Reasons Why People Aren’t Reaching Their Goals

As another new year approaches, many people are looking to establish some new goals or finally achieve some of the old goals they have been working towards for a long time. This mindset is common during the New Year, but it often is lost by the time February comes around. Setting goals alone is difficult, much less achieving them, so it is easy to understand why these issues are still so... [Continue Reading]

Maintaining Sobriety While Being Social

Just because you are in recovery from alcohol addiction and are living a sober lifestyle does not mean that you can’t still have fun. Many people equate having a good time at a party with drinking, but there is much more to it than that. As you feel stronger in your ability to overcome cravings and temptation, you may decide to spend more time with friends or go to parties and other... [Continue Reading]

Better Sleep: The Key to Recovering from Addiction

Addiction continues to affect millions of lives around the world every day. Many people struggle with addiction their entire lives and are always left wondering why they cannot break this cycle. There are a lot of factors that could affect a person’s ability to recover, and these factors may be different for everyone, but there is one factor that is commonly passed over when people are... [Continue Reading]

4 Tips for Healthy Busy Moms

There are so many things that we as moms have to worry about. Sometimes with everything going on in our lives we forget to take care of ourselves. There is an old saying that a happy mom makes a happy family. Well that works for healthy moms to. Even though motherhood can be overwhelming, stressful, frustrating at times, it can also be glorious and important. Here are some tips that can help... [Continue Reading]

Will Your Insurance Cover Drug Addiction Treatment?

There is a lot of published information which indicates that drug abuse is at all all-time high. In fact, according to the 2009 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, close to 9 percent of the people ages 12 and up surveyed said that they used illicit drugs in the month before the survey. Also, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, in that same year, over 2 million of the... [Continue Reading]

5 Benefits of Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation

Drug and alcohol addiction is something that few people can overcome on their own. Even with help the process is difficult. And if you remain in the environment that fostered your addictive behavior and continue spending time with other addicts, your chances for successful rehabilitation decrease significantly. This is the main reason why inpatient rehabilitation facilities exist. And while... [Continue Reading]

How to Shorten Recovery Time After Hip or Knee Surgery

Hip or knee surgery is one of the most common surgical procedures. In fact, if you are an athlete, senior or anyone that has spent a lifetime working on their feet or doing any strenuous activity, your doctor may have mentioned these types of surgeries. But while these types of surgery are common, the recovery time can be long and painful. Most of the time, you are required to stay off your... [Continue Reading]

5 Ways to Speed Up Recovery After Back Surgery

If you’ve ever experienced back pain before, you know how debilitating it can be. And sometimes, when the pain will not go away or there is an underlying cause in our spine or muscles, our doctors will recommend that we have surgery so that the issue can be corrected. And while the surgery will ultimately help your back to feel better, there is a recovery time that we’ll need to... [Continue Reading]

Awareness and Addiction: Can You Overcome Your Alcoholism Gene?

According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, "Research shows that genes are responsible for about half of the risk for alcoholism." While alcoholism often seems to run in families, there are other factors that may lead someone to become an alcoholic--like environmental factors. While genetics may predispose someone for alcoholism, they aren't responsible for the whole... [Continue Reading]


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