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Tag: 90-day rehab

Choosing Life

Choosing Life stories addiction recovery

Matt A. spend his childhood in Plano, Texas with his two parents, an older sister, and a dog. Overall, things were nice. Although life was pretty uneventful on Matt’s end of the culdesac, his mom struggled with alcoholism and mental illness. His parents fought a lot, but somehow, the dysfunction remained contained behind an image […]

What Are The Benefits of Long-Term Residential Care?

What Are The Benefits of Long-Term Residential Care? benefits of long term of residential treatment

If you want to overcome addiction and are contemplating what type of treatment can give you the optimal chance for an effective and lasting recovery, experts say that long-term residential drug rehab is the best choice. That’s based on statistics, not guesswork. The American Society of Addiction Medicine says addiction is a “primary, chronic disease […]

6 Things You Should Know Before Going to Inpatient Drug Rehab

6 Things You Should Know Before Going to Inpatient Drug Rehab man packing suitcase

  Going to inpatient drug rehab is a big step in the recovery process. And it’s one that will likely change your life forever. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, most people who enroll in treatment and stay in treatment stop using drugs, decrease their criminal activity and improve their occupational, social, and […]

Completing 90-Day Rehab Is the Beginning, Not the End

Completing 90-Day Rehab Is the Beginning, Not the End woman finishing the race

Updated on February 10th, 2021 Completing a 90-day rehab program is a very important step in the recovery process and your journey to lasting sobriety. However, it doesn’t mean you’re automatically “cured” of your addiction and you can return to your old ways of living without any consequences.

90 Day Alcohol Treatment Programs

90 Day Alcohol Treatment Programs 90 day rehab center

A 90 day alcohol treatment program may be most effective choice when you’re struggling with an alcohol use disorder, but how long should your stay in treatment last?. That answer can vary per person, from 30, 60 to 90 days in an inpatient facility that provides a high level of structure, 24/7 monitoring and therapeutic […]

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