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The Recovery Guide: Tips For Relapse Prevention

If you have been through an addiction treatment program, you know that getting sober is only half the battle. Can you actually stay sober once treatment is through? How will you handle intense drug cravings? Once your program is done, it is time to face the real world on your own. With drug triggers seemingly around every corner, avoiding relapse can be daunting.

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Why Detoxing at Home is Dangerous

Detoxing is one of the first and most important steps of recovery, and it is also one of the most difficult. If you or a loved one wants to stop using, detox is a crucial and necessary step to ensure long-term sobriety. The detox process can trigger uncomfortable symptoms, also known as withdrawals. If individuals are not monitored by a trained professional, these symptoms can become deadly. Trying to stop all use of drugs and alcohol without the help of a professional can be terribly problematic, especially if the individual has been using for an adequate amount of time.

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Tips to Stay Sober This Summer

It’s summertime and the livin’s easy. Right? Well – not necessarily, at least not for those of us struggling with addiction. With summer comes holidays, parties, and other types of celebrations that involve being surrounded by alcohol and drugs. For people going through recovery, even the thought of drinking alcohol can open a can of worms. The temptations are strong this time of year, so it’s important to remember how far you’ve come and how much you don’t want to go back. Below are some thoughts from our IOP addiction center to help you stay sober this summer.

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Effects of Alcohol Poisoning

While it may not seem like it, especially while you’re consuming it, alcohol can have some lethal consequences. One of the many downsides of drinking alcohol is alcohol poisoning, which can occur upon consuming an overwhelming amount of alcohol.

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Court Ordered Programs

Many of those in the criminal justice system have had a long history of psychosocial problems that have contributed to their substance abuse, such as:1

  • Interpersonal difficulties with family members
  • Difficulties in sustaining long-term relationships
  • Emotional and psychological problems and disorders
  • Difficulty managing anger and stress
  • Lack of education and vocational skills
  • Problems finding and maintaining gainful employment

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What to Expect in IOP

Intensive outpatient programs, also known as IOP, are recommended for people in the early stages of treatment, or those transitioning from residential treatment settings to life at home. This type of outpatient treatment is suitable for patients who don’t need full-time supervision. The goal of this type of focused recovery solution is to help people build on the skills that allow them to successfully face triggers in everyday life without losing sight of sobriety.

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