Closing the Revolving Door—Problems With Intensive Outpatient and Partial Hospitalization Treatment for Addiction
Drug and alcohol abusers frequently get caught in a revolving door of treatment – a perpetual cycle of treatment and then relapse. Treatment can get a bad name. Yet, treatment is usually the only real solution for someone struggling with addiction.
Learning How to Get Clean the Right Way—What Not to Do
When it comes to addiction and treatment, we see information all the time that acts as reminders of what we should do. But what about some advice on what we shouldn’t do?
Ten Questions to Ask a Treatment Center
You are a parent, a spouse, or a son or daughter of an addict. You’re looking for help for your loved one. Or you are yourself struggling with drug addiction or alcoholism, and you need to find help. The first thing to know is that help is available. But maybe you already know that.
Why “Online Rehabs” Are a Hoax
Any time our country is faced with a serious emergency of some kind, we all come together to do something about it. But at the same time, certain individuals will always try and find a way to profit from that fear and worry. Such characters have shown up throughout history.
When Outpatient Approaches Just Aren’t Enough
Americans make choices every day, choosing what to wear to work, what kind of lunch to get, and what kind of route to drive home when the day is done. Making choices is a natural, daily part of our lives, just as natural as the air that we breath is.