A woman thinking about why its dangerous to detox at home

Why Are Addiction Treatment Centers Necessary?

Posted on July 14, 2020 in Addiction

  Are you struggling with alcohol or drug abuse?   If so, perhaps it’s time to address your substance use disorder so you can resume the life you left behind.   Even if you are keen to get clean and sober, you should be aware that you could die if you don’t seek professional help


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Can I Join An Opioid Class Action Lawsuit?

Posted on July 13, 2020 in Drug

  Are you or a loved one addicted to opioids?   Perhaps you’ve lost a family member to opioid overdose?   If so, you could consider joining one of thousands of opioid class action lawsuits to seek redress for the damages opioids wreaked on your life.   Today, we’ll be outlining what to do if


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The Benefits of Sober Housing

Posted on July 12, 2020 in Recovery

  You’ve finished rehab. Now what?   In a rehabilitation facility, you’re surrounded by like-minded others who are on the same path to recovery that you are. In a sense, you are all in the same boat, heading in the same direction. Having people around you who share the journey can make some aspects of


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Top Recovery Podcasts

Posted on July 10, 2020 in Recovery

  Recovery podcasts can be a powerful and motivating addition to your arsenal.   Recovery Radio is hosted weekly by Zachary Crouch, a staff member at Landmark Recovery, and a licensed family and marriage therapist. On this podcast, he interviews addiction specialists, mental health professionals, government officials, and recovering addicts to discuss a broad range


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Opioid Youth

Posted on July 9, 2020 in Podcast

In this episode we’re joined by Matthew Glowiak, a member of the clinical faculty at SNHU and Walden, host of “Mental Health Matters with Dr. Matt” , and Co-Founder of Counseling Speaks. Matt will be speaking with Zach about the dangers of opioid use in children, how common it is, and how to help a


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Helping An Alcoholic Parent

Posted on July 7, 2020 in Alcohol

  Addiction is a difficult subject to tackle with your loved ones, and especially so with your parents. Perhaps you feel that as their child, you shouldn’t meddle in their personal choices, but you might feel at your wit’s end and unable to cope. It is heartbreaking to watch their health and mental state deteriorate


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Is Isotonitazene The New Fentanyl?

Posted on July 5, 2020 in Drug

  We already know about the devastating effects of opioids like fentanyl, but now there may be a dangerous new drug flooding our streets.   What Is Isotonitazene? Isotonitazene is an opioid with similar effects to fentanyl, although it differs on a chemical level. Isotonitazene is structurally similar to the drug etonitazene, a nationally and


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Innovations In Trauma And Addiction

Posted on July 3, 2020 in Podcast

  We have guest Dr. Lisa Najavits joining us this episode. Dr. Najavits is the author of several books on the topic of substance abuse including Seeking Safety, a treatment model we follow at Landmark Recovery. In this episode she’ll be talking with us about and her latest book Finding Your Best Self, which explores


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Resources To Teach Children About Addiction

Posted on July 1, 2020 in Addiction

  As the opioid crisis continues to rage throughout the US, it’d the perfect time to teach children about addiction.   In Indiana alone, there were 1,104 opioid overdose deaths in 2018. This might be fewer deaths than the previous year, but this figure is still way too high.   Many people become addicted to opioid painkillers


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The Benefits Of Joining AA Or NA

Posted on June 30, 2020 in Recovery

  Drug and alcohol addiction are chronic mental health conditions, and joining AA or NA can help you stay on track with your recovery.   Substance use disorder encompasses all types of addiction including:   Alcohol Cocaine Heroin Marijuana Methamphetamine Opioids Prescription painkillers   Sadly, the current opioid crisis continues to rage on through the