Sober Living & Drug Addiction Blog

Choosing the right addiction treatment center in South Florida is no easy task. In an industry bogged down by people simply trying to capitalize on those suffering from addiction, it’s difficult to know which rehab center is going to give the care and treatment that...

At a certain point, you reach a time when you know it is time for a change, a change that will better your quality of life, overall health, and well-being. There comes a time when you realize you must seek alcohol treatment for an addiction...

We all know that there are good drugs and bad drugs.  Good drugs, like penicillin, ibuprofen, and acetaminophen, help us.  They serve apparent and helpful uses whose benefits outweigh their costs.  They are prescribed by doctors and their effects are known.  Then there are bad...

Rehab is the type of thing that you only want to do once, and you want to do it right.  That’s not always a possibility, and that’s okay, but you still want to start off with the best care possible.  Finding a rehab facility in...

The journey of recovery never truly ends, and just because someone is done with intensive, in-patient treatment doesn’t mean that they don’t need help anymore.  It can be scary to immediately try to re-enter the world after rehab, and do so soberly.  Some people simply...

Addiction is always scary, but it’s easy to remove ourselves from it and say “that could never happen to me or someone I love”, especially if you do a good job of staying away from illegal substances.  However, illegal drugs aren’t the only ones that...

For all of our lives, we think of our parents as our protectors.  They are, ideally, our greatest support system and the people that we feel will always love us no matter what.  But what happens when the people who you feel closest to, and...

Addiction can happen to anybody.  However, certain people are at greater risk than others to succumb to addiction, and unfortunately, young people that identify as part of the LGBTQ+ community are at far greater risk than those who don’t.  There are a number of factors...

Often times when we're worried about a loved one, we don’t immediately know exactly what’s wrong with them.  We notice changes in behavior, physicality, and health, but we don’t always know what is causing these changes.  If you suspect a loved one of drug abuse,...