Learn How to Prepare for Outpatient Treatment at Gateway Foundation Outpatient Drug Rehab Centers

Preparing for Outpatient Treatment

Too often, people who need alcohol or drug rehab don’t receive appropriate care because it would mean taking extended time away from their work or family. With the flexibility of Gateway Foundation Outpatient drug rehab programs, adults and adolescents can work through drug addiction treatment without putting their lives on hold. Programs are ideal for people with a strong support system,…

A Conversation About Being Sober and Becoming Happy With John MacDougall Gateway Foundation

A Conversation About Being Sober and Becoming Happy With John MacDougall

Dr. John MacDougall spent 30 years drinking alcohol and using drugs every hour of the day before being sober became a reality in 1989. He worked at Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation for two decades as the director of spiritual guidance and now works as the spiritual care coordinator at The Retreat, a treatment center grounded in the 12-Step principles. He will…

Gateway Foundation Reducing Addiction Stigma and Improving Access To Treatment

Reducing Addiction Stigma and Improving Access To Treatment

More than 23 million Americans struggle with drug or alcohol use disorders, yet only about 25 percent receive any treatment. This stems, in part, from society’s misconception of substance use disorder as a moral failing. This attitude can result in shame, or stigma, reducing the chance people struggling with substance use disorder will reach out for help. Following treatment,…

Beacon House Becomes Gateway Foundation Affiliate on West Coast Beacon House

Pacific Grove’s Beacon House Gateway Foundation Affiliate

Beacon House of Pacific Grove, CA is now a Gateway Foundation affiliate. The nonprofit partnership expands Gateway’s national alcohol and drug treatment programs to the west coast. The agreement will serve more Californians with the highest quality of addiction care. How Addiction Impacts Our Country In 2017 alone, more than 60,000 people died from increased opioid use. This past year,…