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Recognizing Addiction Triggers Using …

Mindfulness serves as a powerful tool in combating addiction and fostering recovery. By anchoring individuals in the present moment, it offers a wa…

The Importance of Community in Long-T…

At Flatirons Recovery, we believe entering an addiction and mental health treatment program is only the first step on a lifelong journey. Once a cl…

Navigating Shared Custody with a Part…

Dealing with shared custody can be a challenging endeavor, requiring patience, understanding, and open communication. When a partner is on the path…

What is Recovery Coaching?

At its core, recovery coaching is focused on helping a person maintain sobriety while finding personal fulfillment in every area of their life. In …

Substance Abuse and Men’s Health

Substance abuse can have a significant impact on men’s health. The use of alcohol and drugs can lead to a variety of physical and mental heal…

What’s the Difference Between P…

According to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 15.6% (43.7 million) of people aged 12 or older needed substance use treatment in 2021. Ch…

Substance Abuse and Women’s Health

Substance abuse can have a significant impact on women’s physical and mental health. Women who abuse substances are at a higher risk for a va…

Functional Medicine in Addiction Reco…

Functional medicine can be a wonderful part of holistic addiction recovery. The term refers to a form of healthcare that focuses on the underlying …

The Fentanyl Crisis in Colorado

Fentanyl, a synthetic opioid narcotic between 50 and 100 times more potent than morphine, is largely responsible for an increasing number of opioid…

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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