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Helping a Spouse with Drug Addiction
Addiction is a family disease because it damages every person in the family unit. But with professional help, recovery is possible, and the family unit can heal.
Mental Illness and Alcohol Addiction
Many studies support the link between AUD and mental disorders, especially between AUD and depression, anxiety, or another mood disorder.
OCD and Drug Addiction
OCD and substance use disorder (addiction) are mental illnesses that affect a person’s brain and behavior. It is common for people to have a substance use disorder and OCD concurrently, known as a co-occurring disorder.
Spice/K2 Abuse and Addiction
Many of the chemicals used to give Spice/K2 psychoactive properties are dangerous and have a high potential for abuse and addiction.
Is Kava Addictive?
While there is no definitive answer whether kava is addictive, it is clear there are many potential risks with its use.
MRC Expansion Featured in Experience Martin City
Home > Blog Midwest Recovery Centers' recent expansion was recently covered by Experience Martin City. Read the full article hereStart Your Recovery Now! Have A Midwest Recovery Centers' Team Member Call You Today....
How Can People Hold Themselves Accountable in Recovery?
Two elements are essential to addiction recovery: accepting that there is a problem and assuming personal responsibility for overcoming that problem.
Midwest Recovery Sponsors First Call Celebrity Golf Tournament in KC
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...
MRC Honored at KC Chamber of Commerce Small Business Awards
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...
Are Sleeping Pills Addictive?
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.