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Turning Setbacks into a Comeback

By Aleah Johnson, Alumni Coordinator at The Meadows Setbacks in recovery are pretty much inevitable; nobody is immune to them or their unforeseeable effects. They can range from major occurrences, ...

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Accepting the Past as an Asset in Recovery

By Aleah Johnson, The Meadows Alumni Coordinator What if I were to tell you that all aspects of your past would be used as an asset? Would you believe it or would you instantly regret and want to chan...

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March Madness and Gambling Addicts Are Often At Odds

We’re nearly halfway through NCAA® March Madness® tournament. The excitement is ramping up as the team in the Sweet Sixteen prepare for the next round. Those whose brackets aren’t ...

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Benzos: The Common Dangers of a Common Drug

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, prescription drug abuse is the fastest-growing drug problem in the United States. Some of the most commonly prescribed drugs are benzodiaze...

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Inpatient, Outpatient, or IOP?

Most psychiatrists and behavioral health professionals agree that addiction is a complex disorder caused by a combination of genetic, environmental, and behavioral factors. It can also vary in intensi...

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Michael Phelps on His Recovery and Olympic Hopes

“I checked myself in because I think I was at point in my life when I needed something to change…” These were the words of Michael Phelps, the most decorated Olympian in history, in an interview with ...

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