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For most, the holidays are a time to celebrate with family and reconnect with distant loved ones, a rare opportunity to share in laughter and joy around the same table. It’s normal to experience increased levels of stress in anticipation of the upcoming holiday, but for an active or recovering addict, it doesn’t take much…Read More
Substance abuse often takes a toll on family and other relationships. For those attempting to sustain long term recovery after addiction, rebuilding trust can be a huge challenge. Alyssa Horton (Aftercare) and Toby Lineaweaver (Senior Clinician) lead the discussion.Read More
Last updated on December 17th, 2018 at 02:00 pm This is the second in a series of talks regarding employment for those in recovery. This time, the topic turns to younger adults who have wasted early adulthood in addiction, and have not had the same experience in the workforce. In a sense, many of these…Read More
For those in recovery, especially immediately after completing an addiction treatment program, getting back to work can be intimidating. A full-time career can also make recovery more challenging. Toby Lineaweaver (MA, LMHC, Senior Clinician and Community Liaison) and Jennifer Rego (CADC, Case Management Supervisor) discuss.Read More
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) has become more popular and prevalent in treatment, as the opioid crisis takes more and more lives. Yet, it is still controversial. What medications are utilized in MAT? What do they do? And which medication is most appropriate? Toby Lineaweaver (MA, LMHC, Senior Clinician and Community Liaison) provides this brief…Read More
Testamilies and friends often find it difficult to get their loved ones into addiction treatment. It can also be difficult to navigate the complex addiction treatment industry. And once a loved one is finally getting treatment for addiction, the road to recovery for both the addict and friends and family members has only just…Read More
Last updated on October 13th, 2018 at 03:23 pm Addiction recovery is easier when patients take a more serious approach, following their ‘doctor’s orders.’ Toby Lineaweaver (LMHC) and Alyssa Horton (NCRC-II) discuss. Visit this link for a companion piece to the video.Read More
Last updated on October 31st, 2018 at 03:30 pmThere is a very close link between depression and addiction. Depression causes addiction. Addiction causes depression. 30% to 40% of people who are suffering from depression are also addicted to prescription drugs. When we’re low, we feel depressed, anxious, and at the point of panic….Read More
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