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Opioid Dependence & Addiction: How Long Does It Take?
Opioid dependence is physical, whereas addiction is both physical and psychological. Learn more.Behavioral Health Opioids Patient Information Treatment
What to Expect From a Drug & Alcohol Evaluation
Drug and alcohol assessments can help to determine if there is a substance use disorder present that requires treatment. Learn what to expect.General Patient Information Providers Treatment
Important Information on CAPTA & Medication-Assisted Treatment
Learn about the complicated relationship between CAPTA, Medication-Assisted Treatment, and people who may struggle with drug use here.General Medications For Addiction Treatment (MAT) Patient Information Treatment
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How Best to Cope With Grief in Recovery
Grief from death, loss of friendships, or loss of a lifestyle. Learn how your grief could complicate your SUD recovery and what to do about it.General Life in Recovery Patient Information Recovery
What are the signs of Substance Use Disorder (SUD)?
When someone is dealing with a substance use disorder, it eventually affects nearly every area of their life. Learn about the signs.Drug Interaction General Harm Reduction Patient Information
How to Choose the Right Rehab Treatment Provider for You
There are a number of different types and styles of rehabilitation treatment programs available. Learn more about choosing the right rehab for you.Patient Information Recovery Treatment
How to Deal With a Family Member with SUD
If you have a family member with SUD, there are several things you can do to help. Learn how to educate yourself and boundaries.General Mental Health Patient Information Treatment
Addiction in the BIPOC Community: Everything You Need to Know
Systemic health disparities continue to plague our medical system, especially when it comes to addiction care. Learn more.General Mental Health Patient Information Studies/Analyses
Is Addiction a Mental Illness?
Addiction is a chronic disorder that impacts the brain in many of the same ways that mental illness does. Learn about how addiction changes the brain.General Mental Health Patient Information
Alcohol Use & Seizures: How & Why They Happen
Alcohol withdrawal can cause seizures, and they can be life-threatening. Find out why seizures sometimes occur during alcohol withdrawal.Harm Reduction Patient Information Recovery Withdrawal
Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease: Signs & Treatment
Alcoholic fatty liver disease rarely causes symptoms, but can be one of the first signs of liver damage that can be more permanent. Find out how.Drug Interaction General Patient Information
Wet Brain From Alcohol: Understanding Wernicke-Korsakoff Syndrome
Learn about Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome, or “wet brain”, and how alcohol can cause a person to develop this serious cognitive condition.General Patient Information Recovery Side Effects
Benefits of Not Drinking Alcohol
There are many potential benefits to an alcohol free lifestyle. Find out more here.General Harm Reduction Patient Information
Should You Use Suboxone Calculators?
Your dose of Suboxone should be determined by a physician, but calculators can help you to understand Suboxone dosing better. Learn more.Buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) General Patient Information
The Best Suboxone Treatment Support Forums Online
Support is critical to ongoing recovery from opioid use disorder (OUD). Learn about the best Suboxone treatment support forums online.Buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone) Medications For Addiction Treatment (MAT) Patient Information Technology Treatment
Why Is Opioid Use Disorder (Sometimes Called "Opioid Abuse") Underdiagnosed?
Opioid use disorder is often misdiagnosed due to a combination of patient and professional factors. Find out what they are here.Mental Health Opioids Patient Information Recovery Treatment
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