Treatment isn’t necessarily a cure for addiction; it is a way of managing cravings and triggers in order to avoid relapse.
Since addiction is a relapsing disease, most patients require a few rounds of treatment in order to stay on track.
Once an addiction develops, it takes much more than willpower to quit.
Addiction takes a heavy toll on a marriage, and can quickly lead to divorce. Luckily, there are ways to save a relationship and help your spouse recover.
Find out how to help your partner overcome addiction and keep your relationship strong.
Our misunderstanding of who addicts are and how they became that way is a big reason many who need treatment avoid seeking help.
Understanding the timeline of one’s journey to addiction recovery can help you be successful in becoming and remaining drug-free.
Know the physical, psychological, and lifestyle warning signs of addiction so you can help yourself or a loved one seek treatment help.
When someone is addicted to drugs, they don’t use because they enjoy it; they use because their body relies on these substances to feel normal.
Learn all about addiction and how treatment works to create sustainable recovery.