How Can I Join Alcoholics Anonymous?

How Can I Join Alcoholics Anonymous?

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was established in 1935 in Akron, Ohio. Since then, AA has expanded around the globe, offering help to anyone with a drinking problem who attends their meetings. During the organization’s 85-year history, AA has become known for its basic...
How Can I Help an Alcoholic Family Member in Denial?

How Can I Help an Alcoholic Family Member in Denial?

No one wants to see a family member or loved one struggle with addiction. Making the situation even more complicated is the fact that many people living with alcohol use disorder (AUD) are in denial about their addiction. Because of this, they may be unwilling to...
What Is Sober Living?

What Is Sober Living?

It can be difficult to navigate everyday life when newly sober. For many people in recovery from drugs and alcohol, a good next step after becoming sober is to live in a sober home. These living environments are specifically for someone in recovery. They offer anyone...
Can I Take Off Work for Residential Addiction Treatment?

Can I Take Off Work for Residential Addiction Treatment?

Addiction continues to be a serious problem for many Americans. The 2019 National Survey on Drug Use and Health found that among Americans 12 or older, the use of illicit drugs increased from 2015. More than 57 million used an illicit drug in 2019, versus 47.7 million...
How Severe Is Withdrawal From Benzodiazepines?

How Severe Is Withdrawal From Benzodiazepines?

Used in treating anxiety, insomnia, and seizures, benzodiazepines are the most commonly prescribed medicine in the U.S., according to WebMD. Benzodiazepines, or benzos, are sometimes referred to as tranquilizers. They depress the central nervous system to reduce...
What Should You Expect in the Months After You Complete Rehab?

What Should You Expect in the Months After You Complete Rehab?

Completing rehab for drug or alcohol addiction is a major accomplishment that should make anyone feel proud. But even amid the pride, you may be feeling some uncertainty, as well. How will you adjust to life outside of rehab? Can you repair relationships that have...

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