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From Prescription To Addiction To The Streets

Our previous blog "From Prescription to Addiction" discussed the Opioid Crisis with doctors prescribing pain medications, primarily Oxycontin and Vicodin, to their patients to manage pain following surgery or other pain causing event. Many of these doctors and their patients may be unaware of the highly addictive nature of these medications. Inadvertently these patients may [...]

By |August 30th, 2018|Blog, Drug Addiction|0 Comments

From Prescription To Addiction

One may unknowingly get caught in the grip of addiction just by following their doctors orders. Doctors usually have their patients best interests in mind, nevertheless some recommend or prescribe medications that could potentially harm the health and well being of their patients. In the late 1990's pharmaceutical companies reassured the medical community that patients [...]

By |July 14th, 2018|Drug Addiction|0 Comments

What Is a Sober Living Home?

San Diego Area Sober Living Home for Men A sober living home is a group home for people with addiction issues. They operate like a co-op because residents contribute for the home’s maintenance and upkeep. Most of these homes are privately-owned. But some groups are owned by businesses, religious groups, and charitable organizations. Some are [...]

By |June 1st, 2018|Alcohol Addiction|0 Comments

Twelve Step Recovery Process – Faith Based Alcohol and Drug Recovery

For many that struggle with an addiction, there comes a time when the implementation of available treatments become exhausted. Be it alcohol, drugs, gambling or pornography, the pattern remains the same for those who have tried conventional methods, yet still tend to relapse when life comes crushing in.The Twelve Step recovery program has its merits, [...]

By |May 31st, 2018|Alcohol Recovery|0 Comments

Drug Recovery San Diego CA

Many people struggling with drug addiction think that recovery is nearly impossible for them. They’ve heard the horror stories of painful withdrawal symptoms, they can’t imagine life without drugs, and they can’t fathom actually being able to get through a drug recovery effort. But people do recover from drug addiction – every day [...]

By |May 30th, 2018|Alcohol Recovery|0 Comments

Christian Addiction Recovery Programs

Christian addiction recovery programs incorporate many of the new techniques and strategies, but they are still built around “Christ” as the main means for support. More and more individuals seem to be struggling with addictions nowadays, and the broad spectrum of these addictions seems to be expanding. Years ago we didn’t have the [...]

By |May 28th, 2018|Alcohol Recovery|0 Comments

Drug Addict and the Family

When a family is dealing with drug addict, everyone is affected. Having an addict in the family can put stress and strain on all relationships as well as the family dynamics. The addiction causes pain, frustration, and anger in all members involved. Because it does affect everyone, the need for family therapy is [...]

By |May 26th, 2018|Alcohol Addiction|0 Comments

Drug Dependency – Understanding the Symptoms

Drug dependency is an insidious disease that takes over a person’s life and clouds their world in a fog of troubles and struggles. The signs of drug addiction are numerous and varied depending on what type of drug is being abused. Different drugs affect people in various ways. For example, marijuana may make [...]

By |May 26th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments

Recognizing Drug Addiction – Knowing the Signs

Drug addiction has numerous faces. Acknowledging the is the first part of getting on the roadway to recovery. How do you understand exactly what to try to find in aiming to acknowledge drug addiction? The indications can be quite obvious when you are trying to find them. An individual with a drug addiction [...]

By |April 29th, 2018|Alcohol Addiction|0 Comments

Long-Term Addiction Recovery Facilities

Specific programs have been designed to help the long-term drug and alcohol addicts to get over their addiction. For most of the long-term addiction recovery programs, a person will stay in a managed setting for a period of between 90 days and if needed, up to one whole year. A long-term addition recovery [...]

By |April 12th, 2018|Blog|0 Comments