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Signs That Your Loved One is Addicted to Drugs

May 23
Holistic drug addiction treatment center, Summit Behavioral Health, offers insight into how to tell if your loved one is battling a drug addiction. There are some telltale signs that your family member is using or abusing drugs. The following are signs to look out for to determine if your loved one needs help for substance abuse: Being more secretive than normal. Some people are very pr...

How Does Insurance Work for Addiction Treatment?

May 20
Once a person has made the decision that he or she needs to seek treatment for addiction, one of his or her main concerns is how to pay for it. The good news is that there are some insurance options for them to choose from to help with the cost of addiction treatment. Both public and private health insurance typically covers at least a portion of the expenses for inpatient and outpatient tre...

What to Avoid While Going Through Drug Detox New Jersey Addiction Detox

May 16
Entering a detox facility for addiction treatment is one of the best things that you can do for yourself and your family. Addiction is a progressive condition that only gets worse when left untreated, so going to detox may just be a life-saving endeavor. In detox, you are monitored by medical professionals around the clock, so that your withdrawal symptoms are managed, and you are made as co...

Addiction Treatment & Rehab Near Camden, New Jersey, by Serenity At Summit

May 13
The city of Camden, New Jersey is located in Camden County, just across the Delaware River from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. It is the 12th largest city in New Jersey, with a population of 77,344. Camden, the county seat of Camden County, consists of over twenty different neighborhoods and is home to major tourist attractions like the BB&T Pavilion, the USS New Jersey, Campbell’s Field, a...

How to Stop Enabling Your Addicted Loved One

May 09
Drug and alcohol rehab center, Serenity at Summit helps family members of addicted patients understand how to stop enabling behavior. What is an Enabler? An enabler is someone who unknowingly helps facilitate an individual’s addiction by eliminating the incentive for the addict to change. Enablers do not directly support the addiction, but their actions in trying to help their addict...

How Substance Abuse Causes Risky Behavior

May 09
One of the few good things about the opioid crisis is that it has shed much-needed light about substance abuse issues, and has triggered public debate about developing new ways of handling this challenge. Lawmakers and healthcare officials throughout the U.S. have implemented programs aimed at curbing the number of fatal overdoses among their residents, and in some instances, those progr...

Are ADHD Medications Addictive?

May 08
There are many people – especially children – who are diagnosed with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in the U.S. every year. These patients are often prescribed medication to help them manage the symptoms of the disorder. While the medications can be very effective for the treatment of ADHD, they can also pose the risk of addiction when they are not used properly. One way...

Is There a Connection Between Substance Abuse and Panic Attacks?

May 08
There is a definite link between substance abuse and mental health disorders like anxiety, depression, and other psychological issues. Sometimes it is the mental illness that causes the substance abuse as people attempt to self-medicate the symptoms, and other times it is the substance abuse that brings on the symptoms of mental illness. For the purposes of this article, the focus will be on...

Tips for When Addiction and Mental Illness Co-Occur

May 03
New Jersey addiction rehab, Serenity at Summit, offers some useful tips for those who are suffering from co-occurring disorders. Tips for Continued Recovery of Co-Occurring Disorders Getting clean and sober is just the beginning of recovery for people with co-occurring disorders. Your continued recovery will depend on continuing psychiatric care, an addiction recovery program, utiliz...

The Role of Behavioral Counselors In Addiction Treatment

May 01
According to statistics, many big cities are experiencing significant delays in getting drug addicts and alcohol abusers into treatment facilities. For example, in Boston, wait times for people to get into residential treatment facilities average about 23 days, and more than 90 percent of detox programs in the city are at full capacity. Boston also accounts for 24 percent of statewide outpat...