Sober Living & Drug Addiction Blog

As a nation, we owe our country’s veterans a debt of gratitude for their dedication and service. During their time in the military, our veterans sacrificed themselves fully to their service to our country and many have risked their safety without asking for anything in...

Addiction takes its toll on your body, mind, and relationships. The choice to seek treatment and commit fully to lifelong recovery is one of the best decisions you will ever make. But this doesn’t mean that the road will be smooth and easy. Instead, you...

Heroin is a powerful opioid drug. Using heroin can very quickly result in a powerful addiction that can be difficult to treat. However, with the right treatment and support, recovery from heroin addiction is possible. The first step of heroin addiction treatment is detox. Detox is...

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 21 million Americans over the age of 12 battled drug addiction in 2014.[1] Recovering from drug addiction can be difficult but with the proper tools and determination, lifelong recovery is possible. There are many options when...

Recovering from alcohol or drug abuse is no easy task, especially when individuals attempt to do so alone. Thankfully, there are licensed and experienced therapists who specialize in helping people recover from their substance abuse. These professionals are referred to as substance abuse counselors. Deciding to...

Addiction treatment can become expensive, especially if you need inpatient treatment. Thankfully, most insurance plans will cover rehab and various forms of mental health treatment. However, the extent to which your insurance will cover substance abuse rehab depends on a variety of factors. These factors...

Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a mental health condition that causes an individual to experience distorted self-perception and extreme mood swings. Researchers estimate that up to 78% of individuals with borderline personality disorder also suffer from a substance use disorder.[1] Individuals who suffer from both BPD...

Intensive outpatient rehab programs (IOPs) offer a flexible form of substance abuse treatment during which you visit a rehab center several days each week for a few hours each time. IOP is more flexible and time-sensitive than PHP, but more structured and intensive than a...

Outpatient drug rehab in Delray Beach is a great choice for addiction treatment if you do not need medical services or intensive, around-the-clock support. Outpatient programs are diverse, scalable, and flexible enough to meet your individual needs without completely disrupting your life. Unlike inpatient treatment, outpatient...

Fentanyl is a potent, synthetic opioid drug that is 50 to 100 times stronger than heroin and morphine. It is used in the medical field to treat patients for pain after surgery or during cancer treatment.[1] However, fentanyl has also become increasingly common in the...