Tips to Keep You Reaching for Recovery

Tips to Keep You Reaching for Recovery

In the early days of recovery, most people have an abundance of motivation; it is after they leave the recovery center that motivation can slack off. We have put together tips for you to help you keep reaching for recovery.  4 Tips to stay motivated for long term...
Is Forced Addiction Recovery a Good Idea

Is Forced Addiction Recovery a Good Idea

s forced addiction recovery a good idea? While both sides hotly debate this topic, we will look to see if it works or not. One side is that addiction is a mental illness and not a criminal matter. The better question may be, does it work? What is forced recovery...
What is a Sober Living House and How it Helps Recovery

What is a Sober Living House and How it Helps Recovery

 If you or someone you know is in substance or alcohol recovery, you might be wondering what a sober living house is.  What is a sober living house A sober living house is a place that patients who are leaving recovery can move into with other recovery patients. The...
Truth about the Top 9 Dangerous Myths about Heroin

Truth about the Top 9 Dangerous Myths about Heroin

There are still myths about heroin today, even with all the studies and research that has been done on heroin.  Let’s look at the top 9 myths. The myths of heroin Heroin is less risky when smoked instead of snorted. Like all myths this is false. The only thing that is...
Know the Signs of Alcohol Abuse Disorder

Know the Signs of Alcohol Abuse Disorder

Are you wondering if you have a problem with alcohol? Do you know the signs of alcohol abuse and alcoholism? Signs of alcohol abuse  So, what are the symptoms of alcohol abuse or alcoholism? The following are signs of alcohol abuse and addiction: You need to...
What are Barbiturates and What Effects do They Have

What are Barbiturates and What Effects do They Have

Barbiturates are sedatives; they depress the central nervous system and are used to treat insomnia, seizures such as epilepsy, and headaches, or as a pre-operative sedative at the hospital.  These medications are classed as a schedule II, meaning they have an explicit...