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How Alternative Addiction Treatment Leads to Long-Term Sobriety

By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health 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 the last three years. He works closely with

Addiction Treatment Programs in Covington, GA

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By Lakeview Health Staff Lakeview Health Staff As researchers at the non-profit Center for Addiction have pointed out, more than 40 million Americans suffer from addiction. This means that a startling one in seven people is struggling with substance abuse. That’s more than the number that suffers from cancer, diabetes, and even heart disease. And

Lakeview Health Podcast with Blum and Associates

By Lakeview Health Staff Lakeview Health Staff John Blum took time out of his schedule to meet up with Gina Thorne, VP of Marketing at Lakeview Health. John is a Licensed Clinical Alcohol and Drug Counselor & Licensed Professional Counselor at Blum & Associates in Moorestown, New Jersey. In his practice he works with individuals from

Why Are Both Individual Therapy and Group Therapy Essential in Rehabilitation?

By Lakeview Health Staff Lakeview Health Staff According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, optimum counseling for addiction rehabilitation occurs at both individual and group levels. Individual counseling focuses upon certain aspects of recovery and wellness, while group therapy focuses upon others. The two may offer crossover benefits, but each provides unique

Nutrition Therapy Can Help Your Body Recover from the Toll of Drug Addiction

By Lakeview Health Staff Lakeview Health Staff If you’re like most people who struggle with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, you’ve most likely disregarded your personal health. Depending on your substance of choice, some people may gain a lot of weight in active addiction while others lose so much weight that it’s unhealthy. When