Addiction treatment comes in many forms. Traditionally, most people think of addiction treatment as “rehab”, which equates to a 28-day or 30-day treatment stay as a residential rehab or inpatient treatment center.
Guest Blog: COVID-19 Presents an Opportunity for those Suffering from Addiction to Engage in Recovery
“Substance Use Disorders are progressive, meaning they get worse over time. This progression can happen quickly for some while taking many years for others. Sometimes the progression is so subtle, and so innocuous, that individuals and families don’t realize the severity of the problem until the consequences become catastrophic.
Intensive Outpatient: What separates the Maryland Addiction Recovery Center IOP program from traditional IOPs
Treatment for addiction and co-occurring disorders in an Intensive Outpatient program (or IOP) can either be a first ste [...]
Intensive Outpatient Treatment, typically referred to as IOP, is an outpatient level of care for addiction treatment tha [...]
Each new year millions of people around the world make new year’s resolutions, typically firm decisions and determinatio [...]
Addiction treatment and dual diagnosis treatment for mental health and substance abuse can be overwhelming. Finding the [...]