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What is LifeRing?

LifeRing is a nonprofit organization that provides support for individuals recovering from addiction. It offers a secular, peer-led approach to rec…

The Benefits of Rock Climbing in Addi…

Rock climbing can be a great activity for people looking to recover from addiction. It can help in a number of ways: Physical exercise: Rock climbi…

How Hiking Helps Addiction Recovery

Hiking and spending time in nature has been shown to have numerous benefits for individuals in recovery from addiction. Studies have found that spe…

Can Apps be Helpful in Staying Sober …

Can apps for addiction recovery be helpful? Yes, apps for addiction recovery can be helpful. They can provide support, educational resources, and t…

What is an Evening IOP?

An evening Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is a form of mental health treatment that involves attending group therapy sessions and other therape…

The Consequences of Driving Drunk in …

Wondering what the legal and other risks are for driving drunk in Colorado? Jackson Sawa with Dolan + Zimmerman LLP breaks it down in this guest po…

The Importance of Self-Care in Recovery

Self-care is an essential component of addiction recovery. It is the process of taking care of one’s physical, emotional, and mental well-bei…

The Benefits of Journaling in Addicti…

Journaling is highly therapeutic, and often a part of a person’s journey in addiction recovery. Journaling can be a helpful tool in addiction…

How Do I Know if I’m an Alcoholic?

It can be stressful and overwhelming to question whether or not your alcohol use has become an addiction. If you are questioning whether or not you…

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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