Group Support for Addiction Recovery

June 22, 2011 - Leave a Response

There are several stages of addiction recovery and no one stage is enough to ensure a long live of sobriety without relapse. The first stage in getting clean would be an intervention or the addict admitting they have a problem that needs attention. The second step would be to attend a detox center to help with any withdrawal symptoms. You can’t begin a rehab program until your body is clean of any drugs. The third step of course includes a type of addiction treatment program. These can include inpatient or outpatient programs.

it’s the last step however that is the most important; it’s the longest part of recovery and one that sometimes gets overlooked. Aftercare, sober living and support groups are vital in ensuring a recovering addict stays focused and determined to stay clean. There is virtually a support group for any type of addiction that you can think of. The two most popular support groups include Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA). Most of the “Anonymous” support groups follow a 12 step type of program and rely heavily on support from other members who suffer from similar addictions.

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Rehab Videos from Orchid Recovery Center

December 9, 2010 - Leave a Response

Orchid Recovery Center

The Orchid Recovery center for women created some great videos that help explain who is right for their program. The women in thees videos come from all walks of life but have one thing in common, they all had substance abuse issues with drug and/or alcohol. You can find many of their videos on YouTube under the user name Orchid Recovery.

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Orchid Recovery Center for Women

November 17, 2010 - One Response

Orchid Recovery Center for Women with Drug and Alcohol ProblemsThe Orchid Recovery Center has been helping women overcome addictions to drugs or alcohol for many years now. What sets the Orchid Recovery Center for women apart from standard rehabilitation programs is that doctors and counselors at the Orchid have devised a treatment methodology that goes beyond the reach of other programs. Sure they still have 12 step programs and counseling sessions but they also use holistic drug treatment methods that help encourage a woman long term to live a sober life.


Holistic Drug Rehab Methods

  • Yoga and Meditation
  • Fitness Therapy
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Art Therapy
  • Life Coaching
  • Acupuncture



You can follow Orchid Recovery Center on twitter for daily bits of advice or drug facts and information.

California Drug Treatment

November 17, 2010 - Leave a Response
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The state of California has fallen on hard times, there is a high unemployment rate and a rise in illegal drug use and trafficking. The drug problem is not only in the big cities of Los Angeles and San Francisco; it’s also in the rural areas and even the suburbs. Some of the drugs that are being abuse in California are marijuana, cocaine, ecstasy and prescription pills. To some extent, every major drug is a problem in California, which could be said about any state in the union.


There are a lot of California drug treatment options that one can seek when they or someone they know has a drug abuse problem. In the state there are rehab centers for any budget; from basic support groups to very exclusive and private rehabilitation centers. If an individual needs a detox center in Los Angeles or a residential treatment program in San Fransisco, California Drug Treatment can help you find one. Call (888) 375-5726 for more information.




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Percocet Abuse Help

November 9, 2010 - One Response
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Percocet Abuse Help
Percocet is a painkiller that is prescribed for pain management. It is legally prescribed by a doctor to a patient and generally does not become a problem. But Percocet is an addictive drug and it can become a problem if one is not careful. Usually an addiction begins when a patient is prescribed Percocet and begins taking the recommended dosage but later begins taking more then the appropriate dosage. These people believe they need more of it to cope with the pain. In fact a patient can become use to the levels of medication and with long term use, they can build up a tolerance. All of a sudden without noticing, they have become addictive to it.

Percocet Abuse Help is a great site to answer all your Percoet questions. I gives a good background on the the drug and tells you what signs to look for and to know when it’s time to get help for an addiction. If you or someone you know needs rehab or detox for Percocet abuse, take a look at this site, or call one of their professionals to get advice on the right treatment program. Call 866-872-6492.





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