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Suboxone Detox for Opiate Addiction

Suboxone Detox for Opiate Addiction Recently, the U.S. government made some rule changes that allow doctors more freedom when treating those who are addicted to heroin or opioids with buprenorphine. Buprenorphine is a drug that is also commonly known as Suboxone. Suboxone is an opioid that is used to ease withdrawal symptoms and doesn’t give a high or issue debilitating effects.Prior to the new rules, certified suboxone physicians were only allowed to treat 100 patients per year. That number has been increased to 275 patients. It is estimated that as a result, 70,000 more […]

21.09.2016

Heroin rehab for uninsured addicts

Heroin Rehab Needed For Under Insured Addicts Choosing to go to rehab to get treatment for addiction to heroin or other opiates is an important step for an addict to take to begin their healing process. Unfortunately, many people who have signed up for Obamacare have found that their new insurance isn’t allowing them to get the proper treatment they need. In this article, we’ll examine what has caused insurance companies to deny these people the treatment they need.Obamacare and Addiction Treatment When Obamacare was instituted, healthcare providers promised that there would be […]

29.06.2016

One Day at a Time

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One Day at a Time

Life in recovery from addiction is often lived one minute at a time. The goal of Sober Living rehab facilities is to help people recovering from addictions grow beyond the minute to minute living and learn to live life one day at a time. Struggling from minute to minute, fighting the call of our addiction, can be the trigger that sends us right back into the addiction. That is why the staff at Sober Living halfway houses offers counseling, group therapy, and supportive programs.

The Journey Back from Addiction […]

26.08.2015

4 Reasons to Consider a Halfway House

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4 Reasons to Consider a Halfway House

Going through an addiction recovery program can be a long, difficult process. When you successfully complete your program, you’ll be sorely missing the things you lacked while in treatment; freedom, friends, and independence. But how do you balance your need for personal freedom with an on-going need for support, now that intensive treatment is over? How do you get back to your daily life once you’ve been through such an intense experience, and how can you easily transition from being in a […]

25.08.2015