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Watch Out For These 5 Symptoms of Heroin Use

By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Author Alexis Leehan Alexis Leehan Lexie Leehan, CRC is the Alumni and Aftercare Supervisor for Lakeview Health. As an alumna of the program, she truly understands what our patients… read more Published: February 18, 2021 Updated: March 31, 2021 Heroin is an illegal drug with highly addictive qualities. Available for

I Can Drink O’Doul’s If I Am In Recovery, Right?

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Author Alexis Leehan Alexis Leehan Lexie Leehan, CRC is the Alumni and Aftercare Supervisor for Lakeview Health. As an alumna of the program, she truly understands what our patients… read more Published: February 17, 2021 Updated: March 31, 2021 “It’s just an O’Doul’s, it’s OK. Relax, it’s no big deal.

How Can I Help an Alcoholic Friend?

By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Author Ryan Teague Ryan Teague Ryan Teague started in 2018 as an Alumni Coordinator for the men’s program, the Star at Lakeview Health. Ryan firmly believes Lakeview Health’s… read more Published: February 15, 2021 Updated: March 31, 2021 You’ve been worried. You know that your friend is struggling. Maybe he’s

Finding In-Network Drug and Alcohol Treatment Centers

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Published: February 4, 2021 Updated: February 4, 2021 Financial concerns can hold some people back from seeking the help that they need for substance use disorder. There is a lot to consider when making the decision to go to treatment and finding a center that works for you in terms

How Alternative Addiction Treatment Leads to Long-Term Sobriety

By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Published: January 21, 2021 Updated: March 22, 2021 About the Author Joe Gilmore is a professional writer for The Hope House, an organization dedicated to providing clients with the highest quality of addiction treatment possible while staying in their luxurious Arizona rehabs. Joe has worked in the addiction space for

Do I Need Trauma-Informed Care in Drug Rehab?

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Published: December 31, 2020 Updated: January 11, 2021 Trauma-informed drug rehab programs are customized to help people address drug abuse that originates with a life-changing event. Taking time to understand how past events shape addiction and recovery experiences helps you make wiser decisions about treatment. Helping our clients make better

What is Seasonal Depression?

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Published: December 30, 2020 Updated: December 30, 2020 When the weather starts to turn, it can cause a shift in the brain. Sometimes, that shift isn’t always for the better. Seasonal depression is sometimes called “seasonal affective disorder” (SAD), and it’s different from the seasonal funk that can sometimes set

4 Major Impacts of Alcohol Addiction on the Body

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Published: December 29, 2020 Updated: January 11, 2021 Alcohol is a chemical that can cause damage once it has entered the body and begins to move through the system. The body can work to remove it, especially initially and in smaller doses. Yet, over time, alcohol addiction forms, leading to

4 Sober New Year’s Eve Ideas

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Published: December 24, 2020 Updated: January 11, 2021 New Year’s Eve is a great time to reflect on the previous year, imagine the coming year’s potential, and have a great time with friends and family. However, if you are in recovery or drinking isn’t your thing, it can be hard

3 Ways to Enjoy a Sober Holiday Season

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Published: December 23, 2020 Updated: January 11, 2021 In less than a month, families will be gathering all over the United States to celebrate Christmas and then New Year’s Day. If you or someone in your family struggles with alcohol use disorder, as millions of American adults do, the holiday