Ten signs a loved one has an addiction

Addiction can be a scary word and a difficult thing to do for a family. Nobody wants to get addicted, but it still happens to so many people. Developing an addiction in a child is one of the worst fears for many parents. Understandably, given the numerous negative side effects that can develop from this […]

Current COVID regulations for travel

On January 29, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced the outbreak of a mysterious virus that is spreading in Wuhan, China. At the time, 59 people were officially infected with coronavirus-related pneumonia. To avoid further spread, experts suggested travel arrangements. Four days after the announcement, the United States restricted global air travel and declared […]

Diversity in Rehabilitation: Steps to Inclusion

The road to sobriety from addiction has made strides in engaging different types of people. Typically, individuals treated for substance abuse are white and middle to upper class, and patients of other races have been around. In response to a greater openness to future patients of different races and spiritual backgrounds, rehab facilities have expanded […]

Ten signs it’s time for rehab

If you are reading this, chances are either you or someone you love is struggling with addiction. One of the saddest things about addiction is that it affects everyone connected to the struggling person. Addiction is a condition that is non-discriminatory and can destroy someone’s life, regardless of age, gender or economic status. Addiction is […]

How much does residential rehab really cost?

The question of rehab prices is not the only consideration, but it is always one of the most important when deciding on residential rehab. In our previous post “How much does inpatient treatment cost?” We’ve talked about rehab pricing in general and what to expect from an inpatient treatment center with rehab pricing between $ […]