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The Differences Between Co-Ed and Gender-Specific Programs

The primary goal of substance abuse treatment is to help people stop using drugs and alcohol so they can live healthy, fulfilling lives. However, recovery works differently for different people, and everyone has their own unique needs when it comes to treatment. Some people may be concerned about going to…

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Can Couples Struggling With Drug Addiction Go to Rehab Together?

Substance abuse treatment is usually an independent process. People typically don’t go to rehab with their friends or drinking buddies. Couples are sometimes an exception. Couples who are deeply committed to their relationship and to their recovery may be able to successfully enter rehab together. Some addiction treatment centers offer…

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Can I Stop Taking Xanax Cold Turkey?

Xanax (alprazolam) is a brand-name prescription drug that is used to treat anxiety and panic disorders. It is a benzodiazepine that is effective when used properly but physically and psychologically habit-forming when used in the long term. Xanax is indicated for short-term use that does not exceed 2-4 weeks. Taking…

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Is There a Difference Between Day Treatment and IOP?

When you begin the search for the right drug rehab program, you may feel overwhelmed and confused about the different types of programs that are offered. While inpatient and outpatient are the two most basic levels of care, there are many levels of care that fall somewhere in between. For…

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What to Expect During Sublocade Treatment in Massachusetts?

Opioids are some of the most difficult drugs to quit using. They are both physically and mentally addictive, and they produce long-lasting flu-like withdrawal symptoms that make the first few weeks of sobriety miserable. Overcoming opioid addiction can be extremely challenging, but medications like Sublocade can help. Sublocade is the…

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