5 Common Relapse Triggers

5 Common Relapse Triggers

Did you know that around 40-60% of people treated for substance abuse disorders relapse? Those numbers can be rather disheartening, but don’t let them scare you from seeking recovery. In fact, in knowing some of the potential triggers and coming up with a plan of...
Supporting Recovery

Supporting Recovery

Recovery starts with a desire to change and a belief that you can overcome addiction. But it doesn’t end once your loved one leaves rehabilitation. In fact, it’s a life long journey and often there are roadblocks on the way. Follow these tips to learn ways of...
Developing Routine in Recovery

Developing Routine in Recovery

There are so many benefits to having a daily routine, especially in the early stages of recovery. A structured lifestyle can keep you from feeling overwhelmed by negative emotions, procrastination, loneliness, and boredom, which often trigger relapse! Consider these...
Addiction & Loneliness

Addiction & Loneliness

The Connection Between Loneliness & Addiction Loneliness and isolation play a large role in drug and alcohol addiction. In fact, studies and research show that people who experience social isolation often deal with mental health and substance abuse issues. Still,...
Making New Year’s Resolutions

Making New Year’s Resolutions

It’s nearly the new year, which means it’s time for making resolutions and setting intentions for the year to come! It’s the start of a new decade, which means this year is especially pertinent in shaping the next ten years to come. When it comes to making new...