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Do You Have to Be Christian to Go to Christian Rehab Centers?
Rehab is often a necessary process for any person trying to get free from addiction. There are many types of rehab facilities that help people to recover from drug and alcohol abuse. Many of them are standard treatment facilities that help people regardless of their background or religious belief. However, some of them are operated […]
The Marchman Act Changed substance Abuse Care
The Marchman Act is also known as the Hal S. Marchman Alcohol and Other Drug Services Act of 1993. It is a legal statute in Florida designed to provide emergency intervention for individuals who are abusing alcohol or drugs. This statute is intended to deal with very serious situations. It could be when a chronic […]
Should I Settle for Other Drug Treatment Program if My Ideal One Is Full?
Addiction is a silent thief of all things positive. It can swiftly eliminate all of the good things that you once cherished including your friends, family, career, finances, health, and above all else, your sanity. Remaining stagnant in this lowered predicament can convince you that substances are all you have to lean on, but this […]
What Are the Main Differences Between Different Opioid Drugs?
Opioids are a powerful class of drugs that are primarily used to provide pain relief. There are many different types of opioids including medications like morphine, fentanyl and even street drugs like heroin. Opioids are classed as being either natural, semisynthetic or fully synthetic depending on the process and substances with which they are manufactured. […]
Will Inpatient Drug Rehab Kick You Out If You Can’t Pay?
There are several reasons why you get kicked out of rehab, but money isn’t one of them. Paying for rehab is expensive, especially if you don’t have any health insurance, have a low income or are unemployed. But there are a lot of financial options out there, and understanding yours can help you get treatment […]
How Are Florida Rehabs Making Addiction Healthcare More Accessible to the Poor?
Addictions are equal opportunity diseases. They care not who they attack be it man, woman, child, rich or poor. Any victim that an addiction can claim is perfectly okay with that particular addiction. For this very reason, it’s important than anyone who might fall victim is able to get access to treatment. The Florida drug […]
How Much Day-to-Day Freedom Do You Have in Long Term Rehabs?
Many people fear the loss of freedom that comes with checking into residential rehab, but long-term treatment is not meant to feel like a prison sentence. Rules do exist in rehab, but they are designed to give you structure and accountability, not take away privileges and make you feel like you’re no longer in control […]
Are Inpatient Rehab Centers Safe Places to Seek Mental Health Treatment?
Substance abuse and mental illness often go hand-in-hand. Most people begin to drink heavily or use drugs to mask the difficult, painful feelings tied to depression or anxiety. Other mental illnesses, including bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, schizophrenia, and PTSD can influence someone to abuse substances and develop an addiction. Inpatient rehab can give you […]
Can You Choose Your Therapists at a Drug Rehab Center?
Your therapists will play the biggest role in your treatment. In fact, the relationship between a counselor and their client plays the largest role in the success of any type of psychotherapy. You need a therapist you can trust, as well as one who has experience treating the various nuances and challenges of substance abuse […]
How Can You Avoid Relapsing During Long Term Drug Rehab?
Many people who are assessed during short-term rehab will express fear of relapse if they are released from their programs. After all, relapse is a very real threat in the recovery community, and patients themselves often realize this and ask for further treatment. Long-term residential programs provide a community-like atmosphere that gives recovering individuals many […]