Midwest Recovery Centers Blog
There is a lot to consider when selecting a treatment center. How do you know what is right for your situation? In this article, we’ll list the top treatment centers in the US and give you a few guidelines to think about when selecting a treatment program.
Finding the best rehab for your loved one can also be a challenge. Fortunately, we’ve narrowed down the very best tips for assuring that your loved one gets the appropriate help he or she needs for success.
Why is a formal sober living program so effective compared to simply leading a sober lifestyle outside of housing? Based on observations from our own successful sober living clients, we believe these programs help with recovery in several key ways.
Whether you’re looking to help a loved one or you work in the addiction treatment industry, this post will show you how to support a recovering addict and encourage them to stay sober.
Many people abuse alcohol and don’t even realize it. If you think you might be included in this group, keep reading to learn seven behaviors that may be signs of a drinking problem.
A recovery center is a great place to turn when overcoming addiction seems impossible. We’ve outlined the ways that a visit to one could help you or someone you love.
There may be many reasons why you want to quit drinking. But one thing is for certain: Withdrawal is not easy. Know that you are not alone through this. We’ve compiled a list of five of the best coping methods to help you through withdrawal.
The topic of drug abuse is a controversial subject with myriad misconceptions and few actual addiction facts. Want to learn more about the drug epidemics? Keep reading to discover 5 mind-blowing addiction facts you didn’t know.
Drug abuse and addiction rates are alarming, with about 24 million people, some as young as 12, requiring treatment. You probably have a good idea of which drugs are the most addictive, but the actual list might shock you.
Teen drug and alcohol abuse is a public health tragedy that can cripple a family emotionally and financially. The reality is that the amount of teenagers who abuse legal and illegal substances is far too high. These statistics show that there is still much work left to be done.