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Group Therapy for Benzodiazepine Addiction

Benzodiazepines are a class of medication commonly used to treat anxiety disorders, severe symptoms associated with alcohol withdrawal, and sleep disorders. Some common brand-name benzodiazepines include Valium, Xanax, and Klonopin. All three of these medications have an extremely high potential for abuse and have been known to be very…

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Transitioning from Medical Detox to IOP Treatment

Most programs of addiction recovery follow a similar timetable. They begin with medically monitored detox, where the patient undergoes drug or alcohol withdrawal and works towards physical stabilization. Next, he or she transitions into an inpatient drug or alcohol rehab and stays there for between one and three full months.

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What is the Role of an Interventionist?

If you have been watching someone you love and care about suffering at the hands of a substance abuse disorder, you likely feel helpless, defeated, and alone. You might be at the end of your rope – wondering what to do and where to turn. The good news is that…

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Treatment for Addiction to Heroin and Xanax

Taking more than one chemical substance at a time is known as polydrug abuse. when taken alone, most illicit chemical substances are extremely dangerous – especially when they are taken in high doses. they can lead to a wide range of serious health-related consequences, including seizures, coma, and fatality. However,…

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How Does Al-Anon Help Families of Alcoholics?

Watching a loved one struggle with a substance abuse disorder is one of the most difficult things you will ever do. Because addiction is such a complex and devastating disease, there is a good chance that after attempting to help time and time again with no success, you will begin…

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Alcohol IOP Programs Near Waltham, Massachusetts

Intensive Outpatient Treatment – or IOP – is a level of addiction treatment that consists of intensive daily therapy while allowing for more personal freedom than one would find in an inpatient drug and alcohol rehab. In most cases, men and women who recently completed medical detox and residential rehab…

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Are Rehab Centers Effective for Staying Sober

If you have been suffering at the hands of a substance abuse disorder for any period, there is a good chance that you are all too familiar with the devastation addiction can cause. Addiction is a disease – one that is commonly described as cunning, baffling, and powerful. This is…

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How Long Are Drug Rehab Programs?

If you or someone you love has been suffering from a substance abuse disorder of any severity, entering into a drug rehab program is always the best route to take. Addiction is a progressive, chronic and relapsing brain disease, and without a long-term commitment to professional treatment, the chances of…

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Can a Person Check Themselves Out of a Rehab Center?

People enter into addiction treatment in a variety of ways. Some people realize that they have a problem, and they seek professional treatment of their own accord. Other people might be resistant to receiving treatment, but their loved ones stage a professional intervention and they eventually gain enough willingness to…

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Woburn Wellness Addiction Treatment and Altruism

For the second year in a row, Woburn Wellness Addiction Treatment has taken part in the Wonderfund Holiday Gift Drive. The Wonderfund is a private non-profit organization that works on behalf of the children engaged with the MA Department of Children and Families. The holiday drive aims to provide…

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Ready to Make a Change?

We know that overcoming addiction is not easy and requires courage to ask for help. At Woburn Wellness Addiction Treatment, our team of professionals has decades of combined experience in helping men, women, and families overcome substance abuse.

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