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America’s Affluent No Stranger to Drug Addiction

March 6, 2014
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The drug overdose and death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, the famous actor who died in upscale Manhattan. The children with painkiller and heroin addictions in middle and upper class sections of Connecticut, Massachusetts and Vermont. A new Caron Treatment Centers (www.caron.org) survey of their client […]

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Limited Sober Living in Maryland Fuels Need for More Resources

February 28, 2014
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Transitional living and structured living environments are essential components of the treatment process for an addict or an alcoholic looking to achieve sobriety. In thriving recovery communities across the United States, recovery homes, sober houses and halfway houses are found in abundant supply. Orange County, California. Delray […]

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Family Treatment at Maryland Addiction Recovery Center is More Than “Family Education”

February 26, 2014
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Here at Maryland Addiction Recovery Center, one of the main areas of focus we have in our addiction treatment platform is the family piece of treatment. One of the major philosophies we have is treating the family as well as just the client. In our research before we […]

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The Consequences of Addiction in Recovery

February 20, 2014
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Whenever drug abuse, chemical dependency, addiction or alcoholism are discussed, inevitably there will be talk of consequences. There are physical consequences, mental and emotional consequences, health-related consequences, financial consequences and social consequences. If you’ve ever watched “Intervention” on television (or one of the many shows that […]

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