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Understanding Outpatient Drug Rehab: A Comprehensive Guide

Drug addiction is a complex and challenging issue that affects millions of individuals and families around the world. Fortunately, there are various treatment options available to help individuals overcome substance abuse and reclaim their lives. One such option is outpatient rehab, which offers flexibility and support for those seeking recovery while maintaining their daily responsibilities. In this blog post, we’ll delve into the specifics of how drug outpatient rehab works and explore its benefits for those on the path to recovery. What is Outpatient Drug Rehab? Outpatient drug rehab is a type of addiction treatment program that allows individuals to

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Fentanyl: The Synthetic Opioid Fueling America’s Opioid Crisis

The United States is currently experiencing a pandemic of fentanyl overdoses. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid that is 50-100 times more potent than morphine, and even a small amount can be lethal. The widespread availability of fentanyl has resulted in a sharp increase in overdose deaths, making it a national public health crisis. However, there is hope. Intensive outpatient treatment (IOP) provided by Arise Recovery Centers in the Dallas, Fort Worth, and Houston communities can provide individuals with the necessary tools to overcome addiction and help avoid accidental fentanyl overdose Fentanyl overdoses have become a public health crisis in the

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Inspiring Stories of Transformation | Great Day Houston Interview

Join us as we dive into the inspiring world of addiction recovery and witness the power of transformation in this interview on Great Day Houston. Arise Recovery Centers proudly presents our CEO, Danny Andino, and accomplished Houston Lead Clinician, Sonia Ruiz, as they share their profound insights and expertise with Deborah Duncan of KHOU Channel 11 in Houston. In this engaging conversation, Danny Andino reveals the driving force behind Arise Recovery Centers’ success and our unique approach to addiction treatment. Discover how our comprehensive programs empower individuals to overcome substance abuse and reclaim their lives, nurturing lasting recovery and personal

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What is Rehab?

Because of the intensely personal qualities of addiction, no two people will follow the same path during the recovery process.  Some will rely on a 12-step program, some will use sheer grit and determination and some will go to a drug rehabilitation facility to get sober.  Drug rehabilitation, or “rehab,” is a general term for intensive, supervised programs designed to help people with drug and/or alcohol addiction.  What is Inpatient Rehab? Inpatient recovery, or residential treatment, is a type of program that is designed to deliver intense and specialized treatment for short periods of time.  Individuals are required to live

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When is Outpatient Drug Treatment the Best Option?

Outpatient drug therapy is a form of treatment where a person attends treatment sessions at a facility or center, but then returns back to their home afterward. It typically requires one to spend about 10 to 12 hours a week, which allows that individual to continue working, remain close to family and friends, and otherwise, maintain their normal daily routine.

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10 Drug Addiction Behavior Signs and Traits You Should Know About

Do you suspect that someone you know is on drugs? Here are 10 drug addict behavior signs and what to do about it. Drug use has a very real, very frightening dark side. Between 2002 and 2017, illicit substance overdoses caused over 70,000 deaths. And with an ongoing opioid crisis, things may soon grow worse. Because of this ever-present threat, it’s important to know what to look for if you suspect a loved one may be using and abusing drugs. Knowing how to spot addict behavior may even save their life.

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The Lesser Known Stage of Withdrawal: PAWS

ou’re thinking about getting sober, chances are you’ve heard about the dreaded withdrawal symptoms that occur not long after quitting drugs and alcohol.  But did you know there’s a second stage of withdrawal that’s not as well-known?  Post-Acute Withdrawal Syndrome, or PAWS, is a series of ongoing withdrawal symptoms – largely psychological and mood-related – that occur after the initial acute withdrawal symptoms have gone away.

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