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Choosing The Right Rehab Center

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Unfortunately, not every addiction treatment provider has the client’s best interests at heart which can make it hard to tell the good ones from the bad. With a little research and the right questions, however, you’ll find it much easier to identify a reputable alcohol and drug rehab that fits your needs. This guide will teach you what to look for in potential treatment centers to find the right match. (At the end of this guide, we have a handy checklist of questions to ask a drug and alcohol rehab center.) Here are four principles we recommend following when searching
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The Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Sobriety

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Most people know that staying sober is good for them but there are some benefits of sobriety that aren’t as obvious. Sobriety affects all aspects of life from health and relationships, to financial and safety – see how getting clean can help you live your best life. Look and feel healthier Save money More time/energy to do productive things Build or rebuild relationships with family/friends More robust social life Ability to help others get sober Lead a safer life with no more high risk behaviors or situations (needles, unprotected sex, crime, sexual assault, violence) Beating yourself up over past mistakes
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Palm Beach Rehab Health Benefits

Palm Beach Rehab
Palm Beach is a great location for getting alcohol and drug rehabilitation thanks to its pristine beaches, relaxed vibe, and outdoor activities – just to name a few. Not only are the scenery and weather beautiful most days of the year, there are a variety of physical, emotional, and spiritual benefits to going to the beach or being out in the sun which few other places can provide year-round. See why you or a loved one should select a Palm Beach rehab center to treat alcohol and drug addiction. A Dose Of Sunshine Does The Body Good ‘Sunlight therapy’ has
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Substance Abuse Treatment For Corrections Officers

Substance Abuse Treatment For Corrections Officers
Corrections officers are on the frontlines of prisons and jails, risking their lives and wellbeing to protect the public’s safety. Often, they’re overworked, underpaid, and underappreciated. Studies have revealed that corrections officers suffer from higher rates of substance abuse, post-traumatic stress disorder, divorce, and suicide than other public safety professionals. Despite these issues, there are few resources for corrections officers to turn to but that is starting to change. If you or someone you love is addicted to drugs or alcohol, we can help. We’re a substance abuse treatment center that understands the challenges that corrections officers and other high-risk
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TRICARE Partnership Helps Military Members and Veterans With Substance Abuse Addiction and PTSD

A while ago we announced our partnership with TRICARE insurance that would make it easier for military members, veterans, and their families to receive treatment for substance abuse addiction with whatever plan they have. While having your treatment costs covered by TRICARE is great, it’s just one part of the recovery journey. Going to a drug treatment center that understands the challenges that military members and veterans face is key to success. Learn more about how Rally Point can help you or someone you love get the right treatment for their needs. The Importance of Identifying and Treating Co-Occurring Disorders
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Aetna Drug Rehab Partnership Helps Clients Get Better Opioid Addiction Treatment

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Our partnership with Aetna is so much more than getting your costs covered – it’s about supporting clients with access to evidence-based treatments and personalizing a plan that’s right for them. In 2016, Aetna strengthened its commitment to fighting the opioid epidemic by launching the Enterprise-Wide Opioid Taskforce (EWOT) and creating a three-pronged strategy of prevention, intervention, and support to achieve these goals by 2022: Increase the percentage of members with chronic pain treated by an evidence-based multimodal approach by 50% Reduce inappropriate opioid prescribing among its members by 50% Increase the percentage of members with opioid use disorder treated
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