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Ask Yourself Questions As Part of Relapse Prevention

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team 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: August 6, 2021 Relapse is always a possibility for anyone in recovery. No one is

How to Develop a Relapse Prevention Plan

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Author Lantie Jorandby Lantie Jorandby Dr. Jorandby graduated with honors from Vanderbilt University with a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience. She attended medical school and completed… read more Published: May 3, 2021 If you’re in recovery, here’s a plan that’ll keep you there. Most people in

Creating a Relapse Prevention Plan

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By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: October 22, 2020 Relapse prevention plays a huge role in recovery, and it is part of the reason an aggressive and comprehensive aftercare program is essential. As a client in a drug and alcohol addiction treatment program, you’ll learn recovery behaviors designed to help you

The Importance of Alumni for Relapse Prevention

friends with their hands in the air as they speak with alumni for relapse prevention

By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: July 15, 2020 Addiction is a long term battle. It doesn’t end when you finish a rehab program. Alumni for relapse prevention allows those who are farther into recovery to help those still new to the journey. A long term approach to recovery is much

3 Uncommon Relapse Triggers

woman trying to distract herself from uncommon relapse triggers

By Lakeview Health Lakeview Health Meet The Editorial Team Published: July 13, 2020 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