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RISK FACTORS FOR RELAPSE

Many chronic diseases involve high rates of relapse. For example, research indicates that 30-50% of those suffering from the chronic disease of Type 1 diabetes will experience a relapse and that 50-70% of

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RECOVERING FROM RELAPSE

The pride one deservedly feels after successfully completing a treatment program and entering recovery can make a relapse feel particularly devastating. It is important to keep things in perspective and remember that relapse

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ADDICTION TO NICOTINE

CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS

Co-occurring disorders, formerly called “dual diagnoses,” refers to the condition of having a substance addiction and mental health disorder simultaneously. Because people with mental health disorders are more likely to develop a substance

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AVOIDING RELAPSE

Relapse is a common element in many chronic diseases and addiction is no exception. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) estimates that between 40% – 60% of addiction treatment patients suffer some

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TYPES OF TREATMENT PROGRAMS

While most professional substance addiction treatment programs contain the same basic elements, the specific details of each program can vary widely. It is important to evaluate each program based on your unique set

Read More »

RISK FACTORS FOR RELAPSE

Many chronic diseases involve high rates of relapse. For example, research indicates that 30-50% of those suffering from the chronic disease of Type 1 diabetes will experience a relapse and that 50-70% of

Read More »

RECOVERING FROM RELAPSE

The pride one deservedly feels after successfully completing a treatment program and entering recovery can make a relapse feel particularly devastating. It is important to keep things in perspective and remember that relapse

Read More »
ADDICTION TO NICOTINE

CO-OCCURRING DISORDERS

Co-occurring disorders, formerly called “dual diagnoses,” refers to the condition of having a substance addiction and mental health disorder simultaneously. Because people with mental health disorders are more likely to develop a substance

Read More »

AVOIDING RELAPSE

Relapse is a common element in many chronic diseases and addiction is no exception. The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) estimates that between 40% – 60% of addiction treatment patients suffer some

Read More »

TYPES OF TREATMENT PROGRAMS

While most professional substance addiction treatment programs contain the same basic elements, the specific details of each program can vary widely. It is important to evaluate each program based on your unique set

Read More »