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    • OCTOBER 15, 2020
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    How Alcohol Affects Your Body

    How Alcohol Affects Your Body

    If you’ve ever been to a college party or a night out, you’ve probably experienced a hangover. Though unpleasant, this is a common experience the morning after having one too many. Why does a fun night out often result in a morning-after headache? Alcohol negatively affects the body in many ways. Hangovers begin to give

    • JUNE 7, 2020
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    Gabapentin Abuse: How Addiction Occurs

    Gabapentin Abuse: How Addiction Occurs

    Gabapentin Abuse: How Addiction Occurs If you’re struggling with addiction to a substance, there’s a good chance that a doctor has prescribed you gabapentin (Neurontin) to help you with symptoms of your addiction. While gabapentin isn’t approved by the FDA for addiction treatment, many doctors find that it’s effective for helping people move toward recovery, and prescribe

    • AUGUST 24, 2020
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    Drug Overdoses During the Coronavirus Pandemic

    Drug Overdoses During the Coronavirus Pandemic

        In spite of a lack of apparent resources, therapy through a global pandemic for people with substance use disorders (SUDs) is possible—even if it does not look the same as before. COVID-19 has streamlined a number of treatment options to make them even more accessible than pre-pandemic. Simultaneously, the epidemic has also acted

    • OCTOBER 23, 2020
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    Dignity Healing Has Joined Treatment Professionals in Alumni Services Network

    Dignity Healing Has Joined Treatment Professionals in Alumni Services Network

    Dignity Healing is proud to announce we are a member of the Treatment Professionals in Alumni Services (TPAS) Network.  This exciting organization provides a forum for collaboration and delivery of an outstanding alumni program, an essential part of the continuum of care we provide at Dignity Healing. We believe that alumni services are a vital

    • SEPTEMBER 7, 2020
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    Differences Between AA and SMART Recovery

    Differences Between AA and SMART Recovery

    Alcoholics Anonymous (also known as AA) has become synonymous with traditional rehab since its inception in 1935. In spite of its vast popularity, there are a number of equally competent alternative outpatient programs potentially more compatible with you or a loved one’s specific battles with addiction. One of those options is SMART Recovery, a nonprofit

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