Housing after addiction or during recovery can be hard to come by. Only 10% of Americans as a whole that are dealing with addiction will actually receive the treatment that they need. That being said, knowing what type of housing and what type of treatment centers there are can make a big difference. What Is
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About 21 million Americans struggle with at least a single addiction. The fortunate ones get on addiction treatment and start their journey to recovery. However, after the treatment is complete, many other steps will be needed to ensure that one doesn’t fall back into the same habits. One of the most effective ways to do
Sober living homes, sometimes called sober houses, are essentially bridges between inpatient facilities for people healing from substance abuse like rehabs, and mainstream society. They offer a structured environment that helps a person regain their independence and adjust to life outside rehabilitation. Some Regulations in Sober Living Homes While sober living homes are a lot
Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is an effective new depression treatment without medication. Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) is a technological breakthrough in the treatment of Major Depression. Cleared for use by the FDA in October 2008, TMS is a non-invasive, non-systemic treatment that utilizes MRI strength magnetic pulses to stimulate areas of the brain known to
Motivational Enhancement Therapy is an approach to addiction counseling that motivates drug and alcohol abusers to stop using. MET focuses on increasing intrinsic motivation by raising awareness of a problem, adjusting any self-defeating thoughts regarding the problem, and increasing confidence in one’s ability to change. Instead of identifying a problem and telling a person in
Medication Assisted Treatment or Pharmacotherapy as it’s sometimes called, is a form of treatment for substance abuse addiction and mental illness that incorporates a pharmacological component. When combined with complementary psychotherapies, treatment for substance abuse has shown to be much more effective than with only one or the other used alone. Research indicates when treating