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How to Help My Son in Recovery

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“I want to learn how to help my son in recovery.” It is a powerful statement. It means you want to see your son take steps to get sober and work to improve his future. When you are at this point, our team at Lakeview Health is here to guide you. Life in recovery can

Finding Addiction Treatment for My Daughter

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“I need to find addiction treatment for my daughter. What should I do?” If you are the parent of a daughter who has gone through a traumatizing situation, you should know that she may have turned to drugs or alcohol to cope. This can be a difficult position for any parent to be in, accompanied

Can Alcohol Addiction Be Cured?

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The term “recovery” can seem simplistic when you consider all that it can mean to a person. What does recovery mean when you are considering mental health and substance use disorder treatment? Many people assume that recovery means “curing” addiction, especially when it comes to alcohol. But can alcohol addiction be cured? If you are

Prioritizing Treatment During a Pandemic

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As you may have noticed, the coronavirus pandemic has created unforeseen challenges to nearly every system in the United States. Cancer treatment centers have had to make tough calls when it comes to weighing the health and safety of their patients and doctors against the need to stop this progressive and deadly disease. State governors

COVID-19’s Impact on Addiction

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Social distancing and stay-at-home orders have been the norm in the US since early March in an attempt to quell the spread of COVID-19. Unfortunately, these practices have also had an impact on substance use and mental health disorders. Even before the world pandemic took control, millions were under the control of addiction. Unfortunately, since

How to Help My Wife in Recovery

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“I need to learn how to help my wife in recovery.” It’s a question that the mental health and addiction specialists at Lakeview Health receive a lot. Drug and alcohol addiction, especially paired with mental health disorders, can be very toxic to a relationship. You may feel overwhelmed with what you must do to protect

How to Find Treatment for a Spouse

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Is your spouse struggling with a mental health issue? Are they consistently using drugs and alcohol? When you are facing these concerns, you may be unsure how to find treatment for a spouse. Should they get help? How do you know where to turn? There are a lot of questions. Our team at Lakeview Health

How to Find Treatment for a Loved One

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Drug and alcohol addiction impacts the lives of every member of a family. Initially, it may seem like your loved one has control and can stop. Then, they continue to use, and you watch them change in front of you. They are no longer the person they once were. You feel helpless. Learning how to

Addiction Recovery as a Tool for Mental Wellness

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You’ve battled addiction and mental health issues. You feel positive about your future. Yet, you are also confident you need to aggressively work to maintain your mental health through your recovery. You can learn how to use what you have learned in addiction recovery as a tool for mental wellness by turning to the team

Mental Health and Addiction Recovery

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If you have used drugs and alcohol, gone through treatment, and started on the path to recovery, you have achieved a great deal. Yet, it will always be necessary to work on maintaining this clarity and sobriety. Your mental health and addiction recovery will need to be a constant focus in your life, especially in