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The Impact of Leaving Rehab

Will I consume again if I leave rehab? The rehabilitation process holds immense significance as it ultimately ensures a thorough recovery, addressing the underlying reasons that drive individuals to engage in substance addiction. The critical moment of leaving rehab can potentially trigger concerns about relapse and even the risk of overdose. One of the challenges

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National Meth Awareness Day: Understanding the Impact

National Meth Awareness Day: Understanding the Impact

National Methamphetamine Awareness Day is an annual observance dedicated to educating the public about the dangerous effects of using methamphetamine, an illegal stimulant with potentially devastating consequences. The day was launched by President George W. Bush in 2006 to proactively reduce the use of meth and the destruction it causes while promoting mass awareness, improving

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Avoid Relapse During the Holidays

Building Resilience and Avoiding Relapse During the Holidays

How to avoid relapse during the holidays? The holidays are a time for happiness, festivities, reuniting with loved ones, and reminiscing. However, for those who are in recovery, especially during Christmas or New Year’s Eve, the holidays can be challenging and may trigger a relapse. This feeling raises the question: “How to avoid relapse during

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Respite and Addiction Treatment Centers: Strategies for Empowering Recovery

Respite and Addiction Treatment Centers: Strategies for Empowering Recovery

For those seeking freedom from the chains of addiction, utilizing supports like respite care or addiction treatment centers like GateHouse Treatment can be one of the most challenging yet pivotal experiences of their lifetime. In many cases, considering addiction treatment options can feel like a scary step. However, it can result in lasting freedom and

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Navigating Recovery After Detox What to Expect

Navigating Recovery After Detox: What to Expect

What to expect after detox?   Detoxification is the first step in addiction treatment that helps individuals safely and effectively withdraw from addictive substances such as drugs, alcohol, or opioids. The primary objective of detox is to manage and alleviate the physical and psychological symptoms of withdrawal that arise when a person stops using these

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FMLA and Addiction Treatment Ultimate Employee Guide Part 5

FMLA and Addiction Treatment Ultimate Employee Guide Part 5

When it comes to substance use disorder and addiction treatment, many people considering a program have concerns about how it will affect their employment and leave options. At GateHouse Treatment, we understand the complexities of addiction and its impact on the individual and their workplace. That’s why we offer comprehensive resources and support to help you

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FMLA and Addiction Treatment Ultimate Employee Guide Part 4

FMLA and Addiction Treatment Ultimate Employee Guide Part 4

Addiction treatment can be challenging and often requires concentration and dedication. Individuals and families can ensure uninterrupted recovery by leveraging the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA). By utilizing this benefit, individuals can take the necessary time off work to fully engage in treatment without worrying about job loss or financial instability. Additionally, families can provide crucial

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How Addiction Affects the Digestive System

How Addiction Affects the Digestive System

How Addiction Affects the Digestive System: Addiction is an intricate problem that affects a person’s mental and emotional well-being and can also have profound physical effects. If left untreated, these effects can be catastrophic. One frequently disregarded factor is the negative impact that addiction can have on the digestive system.

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FMLA and Addiction Treatment Ultimate Employee Guide Part 3

FMLA and Addiction Treatment Ultimate Employee Guide Part 3

GateHouse Treatment recognizes that when addiction hits close to home, it can feel complicated and overwhelming. However, the challenge of obtaining treatment or utilizing the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) should never prevent anyone from getting the help needed for a better quality of life free from substance abuse and active addiction. The FMLA offers those struggling with

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FMLA and Addiction Treatment: Ultimate Employee Guide Part 2

FMLA and Addiction Treatment: Ultimate Employee Guide Part 2

GateHouse Treatment recognizes that initiating addiction treatment can be a complicated experience that carries a lot of uncertainty for many. That said, the challenge of obtaining treatment or utilizing the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) should not prevent you from getting the help you need for a better quality of life free from substance abuse and

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