Recovery requires a community. Here are some of the reasons to find a support network and how that contributes to lasting sobriety.
A person addicted to inhalants needs treatment just as much as a person addicted to any other drug. Here are some of the signs and effects of huffing.
From the movie Good Will Hunting to positive thinking, here’s how gratitude works for your addiction recovery journey.
No one really knows what they will get in what they buy drugs on the streets. Cutting is common and is yet another dangerous part of addiction.
Opioid is the umbrella term for a network of drugs that affect the nervous system. From painkillers to heroin, find out more about the epidemic.
Small amounts of alcohol may provide some protection against heart attacks. However, excessive drinking puts you at high risk for heart disease and death.
Real recovery is lifelong and self-aware. The HALT principle helps us assess our current state-of-being and make choices that move us forward in recovery.
You can’t save them, but there are specific actions you can take to help a loved one with alcohol use disorder get the help they need.
Looking for deep transformation through nature-based therapy? Wilderness treatment is a powerful approach to addiction recovery.