We’re sure you have a thousand questions about treatment and recovery—more questions than we could possibly have answered during the admissions process. There’s a world of knowledge out there for you. We’ve compiled a wealth of articles, blogs, and resources to help you navigate this challenging process.
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Funny thing about no. It’s probably the first word you ever learned: “No.” You don’t remember it, but we can guarantee your parents do. Want cereal? No! Want cake? No! Want to play with Sally the Stuffed Seal? No! Toddlers love saying no. They’ll say no to anything and everything, just because. No one is […] Read More
Preparing to Launch Most parents agree that one of the primary objectives of raising a child is preparing them for life in the real world. After teaching basic moral ethical behavior – be kind, be honest, always say please and thank you – the next thing parents do is strive to instill some sort of […] Read More
If you have been diagnosed with depression, there are a number of lifestyle changes you can make that can help your treatment progress. One is diet. Specifically, the Mediterranean diet. A Spanish study analyzed the effects of the Mediterranean diet on almost 10,000 participants. Results found a correlation of the diet to a reduced risk […] Read More
Everyone knows that injecting heroin is objectively dangerous. In addition to the damage caused by the substance itself, using a syringe and needle increases your risks of overdose, in addition to getting an infection. Those who use heroin intravenously have a higher risk of death than those who use heroin by other means. That’s why […] Read More
“Go outside to the yard, get some fresh air.” We’re sure you’ve heard that tons of times growing up. Maybe you were in a fight with your sibling or upset about something else or another. Whatever it was, you may have thought the adults were just trying to get you out of their hair. While […] Read More