Boundaries to Set When a Loved One is Addicted

Boundaries to Set When a Loved One is Addicted

Caring for someone who has an addiction is difficult, especially if that person is a spouse, parent, sibling, child, or close friend. Addiction distorts the thought patterns of the addict, and those distortions negatively affect their relationships with those close to...
The Role Of Family During Addiction Recovery

The Role Of Family During Addiction Recovery

Substance abuse affects more than just the addict — it has a serious impact on those closest, damaging family dynamics, destroying trust, and weakening communication. Having a strong family is often a key factor in recovery and long-term sobriety. It is almost...
The Impact Of Substance Use Disorders on Families

The Impact Of Substance Use Disorders on Families

The thinking around the causes and treatments for addictions continues to evolve. Part of that shift takes in how the disease affects the family and loved ones of a person with substance use disorder (SUD). Whether the person with SUD is a teenager with concerned...
April is Alcohol Awareness Month

April is Alcohol Awareness Month

There is a stigma that surrounds substance abuse and alcoholism in general. The purpose of Alcohol Awareness Month is to address those issues by providing greater alcoholism awareness. If you think that you have a problem drinking, give us a call today at 765-358-7320...
Common Myths About Addiction

Common Myths About Addiction

There are several common myths about addiction. We all feel the costs of addiction, from higher crime rates to higher taxes and healthcare costs. Addiction is no myth. Addiction is very real. What is Addiction? An addiction is when a person uses a substance and...
Some Signs Of Alcohol Withdrawal

Some Signs Of Alcohol Withdrawal

Alcoholism is a life-ruining addiction. It kills many and in many ways. The person down with addiction is actually least bothered about his condition and keeps on moving ahead on the path of self-destruction. In fact, in medical terminology, alcohol-related bodily...

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