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What is the Difference Between CBD an…

In Colorado, marijuana has been legal for both medical and recreational purposes for quite some time. And while there is no shortage of dispensarie…

How Flatirons Recovery Model is Diffe…

Understanding the world of rehab and addiction treatment centers can sometimes be difficult. Knowing what level of care or type of addiction treatm…

Parenting After Rehab: How to Rebuild…

As you go through addiction treatment, the ways in which your addiction has affected your loved ones, and especially your children, may begin to un…

The Importance of Being of Service in…

An important part of a truly holistic recovery from addiction is being of service to others. When we speak of holistic addiction recovery, we talk …

What is DBT, and is it an Effective T…

Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) is a highly-effective an evidence-based treatment modality that is used to help treat a wide range of mental hea…

How to get a Family Member Into Rehab

Watching someone you love slip into the grips of drug or alcohol addiction can be unbearably painful. A person’s addiction affects everyone around …

How to Start a Basic Meditation Practice

The benefits of sitting meditation and other mindfulness practices have been scientifically proven to help dramatically with a wide array of mental…

Should I Tell my Employer About my Ad…

While there is a wide misconception that drug and alcohol addiction primarily affects those who are jobless and/or homeless, the truth is that over…

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (AC…

What is Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT)? ACT (pronounced as the word “act,”) is a type of evidence-based psychotherapy developed in 1982 to…

Substance Abuse Treatment For Addiction

If you or a loved one’s prescription drug use meet at least two of these criteria in the past 12 months, then you may be suffering from a substance use disorder requiring treatment at a local drug rehab center.

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