Drug Abuse and Addiction Treatment Articles
Lakeview Health is dedicated to providing information about drug addiction, mental health disorders, addiction treatment protocols and a host of other subjects related to improving your health and increasing your chances of maintaining long-term abstinence.
Many of us hear old timers in the twelve-step rooms almost dutifully chant, "Resentment is the number one offender," but what does that mean?
It is a blessing and privilege to share with you today. What does it mean to be healed? I have yet to have someone tell me their life goal is to be an addict. The disease of addiction is "conning, baffling and powerful' and a few of the lies it tells are that you can never get out of the cycle of addiction.
Our Therapist Team Lead, Sarah Kovach, specializes in helping patients who not only struggle with substance abuse, but also those who have experienced a trauma in their lives.
Lauren Stobbie, Our Health and Fitness Program Supervisor, uses her expansive knowledge about fitness and health to create amazing programs for each patient in order to help them meet their needs and improve themselves mentally and physically.
Our Music Therapist, Brittany Harmon, takes great pride in helping our patients at Lakeview connect with themselves on a deeper level through music.
We offer a number of different therapeutic recreation modalities at Lakeview Health. From learning how to connect with yourself through meditation to becoming one with the ocean in surf therapy, we provide all of our patients with therapeutic tools that help them along their journey in recovery.
There are numerous ways in which people are able to smuggle alcohol into an event, on a cruise ship, on a plane, wherever they want to take it, even if it's prohibited. Up until recently, all of these ways involved alcohol in liquid form, because what other form would it come in?
It almost goes without saying that at one point during our childhood, each of us made the mistake of touching the stove when it was hot. Our parents always told us not to and that we'd get hurt, but we just had to find out for ourselves, didn't we?
As someone in recovery, whether brand new or years sober, you've got the most to celebrate during the holiday season. Don't look at this joyous time of year as a negative because you won't be drinking or taking substances.
Drug and alcohol abuse is a serious problem that no parent can afford to ignore. All teens are at risk of using drugs and alcohol. Taking a proactive stance can help reduce that risk and may also strengthen the relationship between parents and their teenage children.