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How to Talk to Insurance Companies About Treatment

How to Talk to Insurance Companies About Treatment You are finally ready to get treatment for your addiction. Chances are, you have hit many roadblocks along the way of getting here. Not being ready, waiting for the right time, persistence from friends or family, or denial can keep people from getting the help they need. […]

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How Pinelands Recovery Center Celebrates the Holidays

How Does Pinelands Recovery Center Celebrate the Holidays? There are many factors that go into deciding which treatment center to enroll in for addiction. When entering treatment around the holiday season, it could be important for many individuals to know whether or not the treatment center they choose celebrates the same holiday. Although this can […]

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Talking to Friends After Treatment

Talking to Friends After Treatment When an individual goes to treatment for addiction, many things will change once they come home. Almost every aspect of life changes, including friendships. One of the hallmarks of addiction is that an individual’s social life changes as they isolate themselves from friends and family in favor of people who […]

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Beginning Treatment During the Holiday Season

Whether at the strong urging of your loved ones or by your own behest, you’ve decided to finally get treatment for your addiction. Since it is November, you might be realizing that you would be beginning treatment during the holiday season. Not spending the holidays at home can make people scoff and want to put […]

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How to Ask Family for Support During the Holidays

How to Ask Family for Support During the Holidays Holidays are the most wonderful time of the year, however, they can be just as stressful. Between spending money on presents, food, decor, and travel as well as getting together with family or friends you don’t see often, the holidays throw people off their regular routine […]

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What are the Signs of an Alcoholic?

What are the Signs of an Alcoholic? Drinking alcohol is so much a part of American culture that it can be hard to define when someone has crossed over from occasional heavy drinking to an alcohol use disorder. Most people who drink alcohol have experienced at least one issue from drinking heavily. It comes with […]

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All About Blood Alcohol Levels

All About Blood Alcohol Levels What are blood alcohol levels? Blood Alcohol Concentration, also referred to as Blood Alcohol Content (BAC), is the metric used to measure the percent of alcohol in an individual’s bloodstream. Different blood alcohol levels are assigned varying levels of risk and determine the legality of an individual performing tasks like […]

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What is Alcohol Poisoning?

What is Alcohol Poisoning? Alcohol poisoning is a serious – and sometimes fatal – consequence of drinking too much alcohol too quickly. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism estimates that 88,000 individuals die from alcohol-related causes annually, making alcohol the third leading preventable cause of death in the United States. Causes of Alcohol […]

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Preparing for the Holidays While in Recovery

Preparing for the Holidays While in Recovery The holiday season is quickly approaching – and despite being billed the most wonderful time of year, it can also be the most stressful. That is why preparing for the holidays while in recovery is extremely important. Harvard Medical School cites main sources of holiday stress as “financial […]

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DEA National Take Back Day is October 26

What is DEA National Take Back Day? According to the official DEA National Take Back Day website, The National Prescription Drug Take Back Day addresses a crucial public safety and public health issue. According to the 2018 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 9.9 million Americans misused controlled prescription drugs. The study shows that […]

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