A family searching for drug treatment for their loved one may not know there are drug-free alternatives for recovery. When true rehabilitation is chosen over drug-based treatment, a person can actually regain the ability to enjoy every day of a drug-free life.
You see the deterioration. The dishonesty. The sickness and criminality. How can you save your loved one by convincing them to go to rehab?
To a reasonable person, it’s incomprehensible that a loved one would reject the idea of getting help. But an addicted person is not reasonable. We help you understand and cope with this difficult situation.
In the United States, at any moment in time, there are more than twenty million households dealing with the addiction of a loved one. What are the secrets that can enable loved ones to come to grips with this problem?
The holidays are coming up. You’ve invited your loved ones over for Thanksgiving, Christmas or New Year’s Eve. But this holiday season that should bring you joy brings you apprehension instead. Why? Because one of your most loved family members is addicted to drugs or alcohol.
Responsibility, gratitude, honesty and integrity are lost amid addiction. The return of these qualities with true rehabilitation is the greatest gift you can give an addicted person.
Of all the states, New Jersey is one of the hardest hit by the heroin epidemic. In Bergen County, officials show their determination to fight this problem by offering a long-term rehab program inside the county’s jail.
In Kentucky, the Attorney General is taking on businesses distributing Suboxone the wrong way and working on legislation that would force them to do it the right way.
As the heroin and painkiller abuse epidemic has spread across America, it’s been followed by a concerted effort to increase availability of Medication-Assisted Treatment for the addicted. Is this really the best care we can offer them?
In the world of addiction treatment, there is a full spectrum of care available, a spectrum that extends from a program that tries to prevent harm as you continue to use drugs, all the way to programs with the goal of restoring the ability to live a fully drug-free life.