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Two elements are essential to addiction recovery: accepting that there is a problem and assuming personal responsibility for overcoming that problem.
Home > BlogMidwest Recovery was proud to sponsor and attend the recent First Call 28th Annual Celebrity Golf Tournament in Kansas City. Start Your Recovery Now! Have A Midwest Recovery Centers' Team Member Call You...
Home > Blog Jeff and Taylor at the KC Chamber of Commerce represented MRC at a recent small business awards ceremony! Video above and pictures below. Start Your Recovery Now! Have A Midwest Recovery Centers' Team Member...
Because sleeping pills can be habit-forming, most experts advise against using taking them long term. They pose a high risk for serious side effects, dependence, and addiction.
Home > Blog Midwest Recovery Centers CEO Jeff Howard and Director of Admissions Taylor Johnson recently spoke to KCTV Channel 5 about the risk of increased alcohol abuse during the COVID-19 pandemic. “The thing that scares...
Although many people believe vaping is safer than smoking cigarettes, the practice can have serious health consequences and may contribute to death.
Codependency describes a dysfunctional relationship where one person is enabling the other’s addiction, immaturity, or irresponsible behavior. Although the enabler may have well-meaning intentions, they are often unconsciously reinforcing addictive or other negative behaviors.
Midwest Recovery Centers Director of Operations Kevin O’Grady recently spoke with the Kansas City Star on the impact that isolation has had on addiction during the Covid-19 pandemic.
The American Medical Association classified alcoholism as a disease in 1956, but it took until 1987 for drug addiction to receive that same classification. Both diseases are now clinically known as substance use disorders (SUD).
Missouri has multiple state programs in place to address substance abuse and mental health problems and provide recovery resources for residents.