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The Different Types of Therapy Used in Dual Diagnosis Addiction Treatment

Co-occurring disorders are mental health conditions accompanied by a substance use disorder. For example, an individual may have co-occurring bipolar disorder and opioid addiction. According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, 9.2 million American adults suffer from co-occurring disorders.[1] People who struggle with co-occurring disorders must receive…

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How to Make An Addict in Denial Accept Treatment

Addiction to drugs and alcohol can take a severe toll on a person’s mental and physical health. It can strain relationships and puts people at risk of financial or legal trouble. Addiction can also strain relationships. Living with addiction makes it nearly impossible to have loving, healthy relationships with friends…

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What is Rehab Like for Veterans Struggling with Addiction?

Addiction negatively impacts the lives of millions of people in this country. While anyone can develop an addiction to drugs or alcohol, certain risk factors make it more likely for a person to live with the condition. Things like trauma, chronic stress, and physical pain can increase the likelihood that…

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What Medications Can Help Me Cope With Heroin Withdrawal?

Heroin addiction is a chronic and progressive disease that affects many Americans. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, “Among people aged 12 or older in 2020, 0.3% (or about 902,000 people) reported using heroin in the past 12 months.”[1] If you struggle with heroin addiction, you might be…

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4 Ways Alcohol Rehab Can Help the High-Functioning Alcoholic

There are many different types of alcoholics. One of the most common is the high-functioning alcoholic. Functioning alcoholics are good at hiding their alcoholism, so they seem normal on the outside but are struggling with crippling alcohol addiction on the inside. They are often middle-aged, highly educated, well-off financially, and…

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