How Do Alumni Programs Help Recovery & Prevent Relapse?

How Do Alumni Programs Help Recovery & Prevent Relapse?

Content reviewed by Christian Losch, LCSW, LCADC, CEO of Pinelands When individuals first seek recovery from substance use disorder (SUD), they...

How Serving Others Can Support Recovery

How Serving Others Can Support Addiction Recovery

Content reviewed by Christian Losch, LCSW, LCADC, CEO of Pinelands Substance use disorder (SUD) is a complex mental health condition that...

Understanding Motivational Interviewing

Addiction can cause many individuals to think they do not have a problem or that they can control it without any...

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Supporting vs. Enabling: What’s the Difference?

When you find out a family member you love is struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction, several emotions may race...

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How to Find Happiness in Recovery

Rehab teaches those who have struggled with addiction to overcome it and find happiness in recovery. Happiness is defined differently by...

How to Provide Support to a Loved One In Recovery

How to Provide Support to a Loved One In Recovery

Ways You Can Provide Support to a Loved One In Recovery Chances are it has been a long, hard road to...

How to Talk to Your Friends About Heroin Addiction

How to Talk to Your Friends About Heroin Addiction

Tips: Talk to Your Friends About Heroin Addiction Watching a loved one struggle with addiction can be one of the hardest...

I Keep Relapsing, Why?

Why Do I Keep Relapsing? You finally made the decision to get sober and receive treatment for your addiction. You went...

What Replaces Drugs or Alcohol After Rehab?

What Replaces Drugs or Alcohol After Rehab?

Life After Rehab When you go through rehab and enter back into normal life, it can be difficult to wrap your...

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How Addiction Impacts Families

Addiction is a family disease. When a loved one has addiction, it is important that the whole family comes together and...

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