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Choosing Inpatient Treatment for Depression

When you’re in the midst of major depression, daily life feels overwhelming. The thought of getting dressed seems daunting; the idea of going out with friends, impossible.

You know that you need help, but looking at lists of residential treatment centers for depression seems like way too much. How do I find inpatient treatment for depression? Where do I even start? How am I supposed to choose between all of these different options?

If you’re stressed about seeking treatment for depression, don’t worry; we’re here to help.

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Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms: Knowing What to Expect

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Best Dual Diagnosis Treatment Centers in Washington State (WA)

Over the years, we’ve spoken to hundreds of people suffering from a Dual Diagnosis of addiction and a mental health disorder, such as depression or anxiety. Many of these people are in Washington state and ask us about the different dual diagnosis treatment center options available here.

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Non 12 Step Rehab: A Side-By-Side Comparison of the Best Programs

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There are more than 14,500 residential drug and alcohol rehabs in the United States today, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA). Even if you've narrowed your criteria to Non-12 Step rehabs, you still face over 3,600 options.

No wonder so many people feel overwhelmed at the prospect of finding a treatment program that fits their needs!

That's why we've created this list, comparing the best non-12 Step rehab facilities in the US on over 25 attributes. 

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How Evidence-Based Treatment Can Help You Recover From Depression, PTSD, or Addiction

When you’re ready to get clean and sober or recover from a traumatic experience, you want to ensure that you’re going to a facility with useful programs. But for many years, medical professionals didn’t know how to help people who were struggling with addiction.


In recent decades, the medical community has come a long way in discovering effective methods for treating addiction. An evidence-based treatment program employs many of these approaches to help individuals heal from addiction and mental health challenges.

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How Much is Residential Rehab Really Going to Cost?

The question of rehab prices may not be the only consideration, but it is always among the most important ones in the residential rehab decision. In our previous post "How Much Does Residential Treatment Cost?" we talked in general about rehab prices, discussing what you should expect from a residential treatment center with rehab prices ranging from $20,000 to $65,000 per month.

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Addiction Treatment and Rehab For Professionals and Executives

It can be difficult to accept you need treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, especially if you are in a position that holds a lot of responsibility. Some people, such as business executives, medical professionals, pilots, entrepreneurs, and legal professionals who have worked hard to build their careers and social standing may fear taking time off for recovery. However, what may have started as a few bad decisions can result in the rapid loss of a respected job and reputation, as well as negative impacts on personal life.

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Luxury Rehab: Is it Worth the Money?

What’s not to like about healing in a resort-like setting? Countless drug and alcohol rehab centers throughout the U.S. are designed to make recovery as comfortable as possible. When you’ve been through the ringer of a difficult addiction, a luxurious mansion or hotel might seem like the perfect place to recover.

However, luxury rehab is not right for everyone. You may find that the most expensive facilities spend your money on high-end amenities and skimp on the deep psychological work necessary for lasting recovery.

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Addiction & Chronic Relapse: Why Long Term Sobriety Eludes Some People

 

We are all familiar with the idea of substance use relapse. But are all relapses the same? What does it mean when relapse becomes chronic? In this post we answer these questions and identify the root cause of chronic relapse.

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PTSD and Alcoholism

Post-traumatic stress disorder isn’t just something that happens to returning combat veterans. If you have unresolved trauma from your past, you may be suffering from it, too. There’s plenty of documentation that suggests a relationship between PTSD and alcoholism. If you’re struggling with this type of double jeopardy right now, read on for a possible solution.

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