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Overcoming your addiction to drugs or alcohol will likely be one of the greatest challenges you’ll ever face. Addiction is a devastating, debilitating disease. Its fallout can be far-reaching and long lasting, with negative impacts on your life and the lives of everyone around you. Nova Recovery Center, a residential drug and alcohol treatment center, understands recovery is a continuous process. Our continuum of care, is specifically designed for the highest possible outcomes for long-term sobriety. Contacting Nova Recovery residential drug and alcohol treatment center is the first step to changing lives.

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The Addiction Monitoring Program aids in relapse prevention by equipping the recoveree with the tools necessary to combat alcoholism and addiction

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From the Nova Recovery Center Blog

Understanding Co-Occurring Disorders

About 7.9 million adults in the United States suffered from co-occurring disorders in 2014, according to the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.1  Unfortunately, since co-occurring...

Are You Enabling a Loved One’s Addiction?

When a loved one is struggling with addiction1, everyone in the family suffers as well. There’s no escaping the effects of addiction, yet too many family members engage in behavior that allows the addict to avoid facing the consequences for his or her actions, taking...

How Do I Get a Loved One to Residential Treatment?

It isn’t always easy to get a loved one to residential treatment1 when he or she needs it. In addition to strong resistance on the part of your loved one, there are practical considerations to contend with. These include choosing the best treatment facility (drug...
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