12 Things Loved Ones Should Know When a Person Recovering Comes Home

Posted by New Life on Dec 9, 2019 5:52:50 PM

Addiction recovery is a lifestyle, not a transformation that happens in rehab. As a loved one of someone recovering from addiction, this is the single most important thing to know. This is especially important when someone you love comes home from a recovery program. The help of family and friends can make an overwhelming difference in the success and endurance of the recovery process.

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The Best Drug Addiction Treatment Centers Help Change Habits - Here’s Why

Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on May 13, 2019 11:34:57 PM

Addiction is a life-long disease. Recovery isn’t about eliminating it completely but more so about living a healthy life with understanding that the draws of drug or alcohol addiction may show up again.

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How Drug Rehab Centers in the United States Can Help

Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on May 13, 2019 11:29:15 PM

If you or a loved one is struggling with substance abuse, you are likely searching for the best possible ways to help.

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Addiction and Depression: How Counseling Can Help

Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on Apr 29, 2019 9:00:00 AM

When something mechanical breaks down, like your vehicle or your computer, you call a mechanic or the geek squad, right? When you find yourself unemployed, you let your friends know you're looking for a job. You join a networking organization or you may even hire a job coach to help advance your career.

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Avoid Parole Violation by Attending a Substance Education Program

Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on Apr 5, 2019 2:50:02 PM

For those struggling with substance use disorders, arrests and altercations with law enforcement are not uncommon. Getting the necessary drug/alcohol education and treatment can be life-changing. Some individuals find themselves going through this process as part of a court-ordered education program as a condition of probation or parole.

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How Substance Abuse Treatment Plans Help Those With Criminal Offenses

Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on Apr 5, 2019 2:47:22 PM

I think we can all agree that no one is perfect and that we all make mistakes from time to time. Unfortunately, some of those mistakes result in being charged with a criminal offense or being incarcerated.

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How to Avoid Jail Time After DUI Arrest

Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on Apr 3, 2019 4:19:28 PM

As you probably know, if you have been arrested for a DUI, you might face significant jail time. You’ve made a serious mistake, but is it possible to avoid jail time altogether?

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Why Do Alcohol Education Programs Work?

Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on Mar 26, 2019 6:27:31 PM

Alcohol education programs are a vital part of the way a community responds to alcohol abuse and addiction. These programs help reduce the harm of alcohol abuse, prevent addiction, and create opportunities to heal, grow, and thrive without alcohol for those affected by alcohol dependence.

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Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on Jan 30, 2019 9:54:00 AM

In the month of January, many people are deeply committed to erasing old bad habits and becoming healthier, happier and more balanced — the New Year is an opportunity to meet and become a new you — but it can be difficult to keep up the good work all year long and leave your past substance use behind.

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The Benefits of Employment in Recovery

Posted by Beverly Porter Ervin on Jan 28, 2019 9:52:00 AM

Supporting employees in recovery from a substance use disorder can have substantial benefits in the long term — both for you and your employee. By choosing to support an employee throughout their treatment and recovery you are investing in their potential for sobriety and showing that you value them as a member of your team. When a workplace chooses to embrace employees in recovery, rather than stigmatizing and isolating them, the chances of recovery substantially improve.

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