SAMHSA to Launch New “Office of Recovery” to Expand Its Commitment to Recovery for All Americans

Thursday, September 30, 2021 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is launching an Office of Recovery, within the Office of the Assistant Secretary for Mental Health and Substance Use, to advance the agency’s commitment to, and support of, recovery for all Americans. September marks National Recovery Month, and in organizing this new…

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How to Aid Your Loved Ones Through Withdrawal

Credit – Pexels Withdrawal is and can be a difficult part of the recovery process because it presents various physical and mental obstacles for the individual. Relapse rates are currently as high as 50% during and after the most intensive treatment, so it remains a major issue for addiction recovery programs. Preventing a relapse is…

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Choosing a Drug Rehab

When choosing a drug and alcohol treatment center it is important to find the best care that will fit your needs. Some of the following factors will help guide you in choosing the right facility and type of care for you or your loved one! Location of the addiction rehab facility: Do you need to…

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First Steps to Becoming and Staying Sober

Chemical substances can change how your mind and bodywork. Using these substances artificially alters the brain’s chemistry, which could lead to dependence and addiction. Today, Our World in Data shows that over 2% of the world’s population has an alcohol or drug addiction. These two are also the leading cause of death from substance abuse.…

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