Xanax and Alcohol

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Polysubstance use disorder describes the addiction to two or more chemical substances. In layman’s terms, this means a person abuses more than one drug. Polysubstance abuse is common in America and is a reason many people seek treatment at a drug and alcohol facility nearby. This is a serious condition, especially when the substances used

Primary Differences Between Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment

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Making the decision between inpatient and outpatient treatment for substance abuse can be a difficult one. These two types of programs provide very different pathways to sobriety, yet each offer individuals the potential to enjoy a lifelong recovery. The key is in determining which is right for you, between the big choice of inpatient and

Is Addiction Treatment Covered By Insurance?

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When a person is struggling with addiction, one of the key aspects that keeps them from seeking treatment may be the cost. Fortunately, when you consider payment plans, private health care, and public health insurance, there are plenty of payment options available. These can decrease the cost of alcohol or drug addiction treatment for the

Characteristics of a Rehab Program

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How do you know where to go to get the care you need? If you are struggling with drugs and alcohol, you may know the road ahead is challenging. You want your best shot at getting clean and finding your way forward. That means understanding the characteristics of a rehab program best suited for you.

How to Choose a Rehab Program

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When you learn how to choose a rehab program, it can ease your mind knowing you are getting the best care possible. Rehabilitation for drug and alcohol addiction is a challenging process, but one worth it. The right tools, therapies, and treatment locations can make all of the difference in your long-term success. At Lakeview

Quarantine and Relapse: How to Stay in Recovery

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Quarantine and relapse may feel synonymous. Isolation has long been recognized as a relapse trigger, and experts are reporting that the relapse rate is rising due to the quarantine. Do quarantine and relapse go hand in hand? They can. However, there are things you can do to reduce your risk. Through stress management, reaching out

3 Uncommon Relapse Triggers

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When it comes to relapse, some relapse triggers are well known. Old places and friends that you associate with substance abuse and situations where your drug of choice is available are common triggers. Traumatic experiences like the loss of a job or the death of a family member can also trigger a craving. However, not

The Dangers Of Mixing Alcohol And Prescriptions

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If you are concerned about yourself or a loved one’s use of alcohol and prescription drugs, it’s crucial to seek out a polysubstance addiction treatment program for help. On their own, alcohol or prescription drug abuse has side effects and the possibility of addiction. Using both together will exacerbate symptoms and put your health at

Navigating Recovery in Quarantine

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Recovery can be difficult, no matter what stage you are in. Those new to recovery and those who have been clean and sober for years are all feeling the struggle of recovery in quarantine. However, with the right relapse prevention plan and alumni program, it can be done. Here are some tips on how to

Trauma Therapy: Decreasing Distress and Stabilizing in Recovery

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Our Therapist Team Lead, Sarah Kovach, specializes in helping patients who not only struggle with substance abuse but also those who have experienced trauma in their lives. By allowing the patient to help guide her, she is able to help them cope with their traumatic memories and ultimately get to the root of their addiction.