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Navigating the Holidays While In Recovery

Spending holidays with family and friends in early sobriety can be one of the most awkward and uncomfortable experiences to endure. The holiday season is oftentimes filled with laughter, wine, drinking games, sports, and family traditions. When someone is in recovery from substance use disorder, family and loved ones usually…

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Speeding up the process of engaging in treatment

The number one question that I get asked all the time from families is, “how do I get my loved one to accept treatment?” People with substance use disorder that are actively using tend to be stubborn. We think we know everything and we actually believe that we know what’s…

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Expanding Your Spirituality

Dealing with the most powerful, gripping illness of addiction can leave one without hope or the energy to keep fighting. Getting sober is the easy part, anyone can check themselves into a detox and come out five or six days later and be “sober.” My whole life I struggled to…

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The Illness of Addiction

Having an addiction to alcohol or another substance is complex and usually requires help from a team of professionals to overcome. As a recovered addict myself, I am still not able to fully comprehend and understand why my body and mind reacts differently than other people. When someone with substance…

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What do I do after treatment?

When someone struggling with substance use disorder enters treatment, whether it be residential or day treatment services, they need to prepare themselves for what comes next. Treatment typically consists of a 21-45 day program provided by a highly experienced clinical team. This is short term and should not be the…

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Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication Assisted Treatment, commonly referred to MAT, is the use of FDA approved medications combined with behavioral therapies to treat substance use disorders. Oftentimes people that use MAT feel segregated, invalid, or that their recovery does not “count,” which results in the stigma of substance use being continuously fueled by…

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Breaking Down the Barriers of Treatment

Admitting to having an issue with drugs or alcohol can be an uncomfortable feeling for someone struggling and oftentimes creates a roadblock in receiving the treatment that that person needs. The stigma created around addiction has caused people to feel great shame, remorse, and embarrassment for the lives they live…

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A True Immersion Program

Woburn Wellness will be a true immersion program offering different levels of care. The services provided at our day treatment facility include Partial Hospitalization (PHP), Intensive Outpatient (IOP) and Outpatient (OP). The strong relationships that we have built in the community with outside sober living residences and recovery foundations will…

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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 Addiction Treatment, our team of professionals has decades of combined experience in helping men, women, and families overcome substance abuse.

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