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Harm Reduction

It is in the individual’s (and the general public’s) benefit to decrease death from drugs, decline rates of extreme infections such as Hepatitis C or HIV, and reduce legal harm connected to the drug trade. Many people may view harm reduction efforts like needle exchanges as enabling the use of drugs, but studies show the benefits far outweigh the cons. Learn the techniques used to prevent diseases and deaths while a person is in active addiction.

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Mindfulness in Addiction Recovery

Mindfulness is one of the most fundamental practices learned in addiction recovery. It involves awareness of ones self and thoughts through a nonjudgmental lens to assess the present moment. Mindfulness has been shown to promote a variety of benefits, most of which are lacking during active addiction. Learn the power of mindfulness and ways in which you can utilize this practice on your own – building self-reliance and resilience.

What Are the Most Effective Addiction Therapies

What Are the Most Effective Addiction Therapies?

For a full recovery from addiction, a combination of medication-assisted treatment (MAT) and evidence-based therapies (EBT) is best. While the medications help hasten the detox process, addiction therapy programs can treat any underlying issues and co-occurring disorders, guiding the client to health, wellness, and sobriety. Are you or a loved one struggling with addiction? If…