extended rehab

Benefits of Extended Rehab

The journey to recovery is different for everyone. There are no set timelines for personal healing. Some people in recovery do well with outpatient programs, while others thrive with inpatient care. For many, extended rehab can offer the time and care they need to recover. Extended residential treatment programs provide long-term medical and psychiatric support…

first year of sobriety

Getting Through Your First Year of Sobriety

The first year of sobriety is a significant milestone. Whether you’re on day three or day three-hundred, every day of sobriety is an accomplishment. For many people in recovery, surviving the first year of sobriety can be daunting. Reintegrating to home, school, and work-life can be challenging. Seeing people around you drink or use drugs…

residential rehab

Benefits of a Residential Rehab

Drug and alcohol addiction affects people from all walks of life. While addiction is often associated with shame and often hidden from loved ones, the best way to overcome addiction is by asking for help. Many people attempt to quit substances “cold turkey,” and home with minimal support leads to relapse and further substance abuse.…

long-term residential treatment

Benefits of Long-Term Residential Treatment

The best way to overcome drug and alcohol addiction for many people is to enter into formal treatment. A long-term residential treatment program may be the best way to do this. It enables you to have access to a range of services to support your recovery while also ensuring you can focus solely on yourself.…

inpatient treatment

Do I Need Inpatient Treatment?

One of the most important decisions you’ll make in your recovery is whether to receive outpatient or inpatient treatment. Inpatient treatment refers to extended residual care in a drug treatment facility. Outpatient care is receiving addiction treatment while continuing to live at home. Both approaches offer distinct advantages, depending on your particular circumstance, so it…

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Is Long-Term Rehab Right for You?

After long periods of engaging with a substance or harmful behavior, a person’s physiology can become so intertwined with it that it’s impossible to treat within a short time. Additionally, some substances are so shocking to a person’s brain and nervous system that even a short time engaging with them necessitates long-term treatment. When there…