Our Recovery Playlist 

Our Recovery Playlist 

No matter what stage you find yourself at in your recovery, music can be a great way to take your mind off things or inspire you. Whether you’re searching for a list of songs to play when you’re driving, studying, hanging out with loved ones, or just relaxing, our recovery playlist has you covered. Whatever…

Addiction Recovery for Disabled Persons

Addiction Recovery for Disabled Persons

Substance abuse is a growing problem among all groups of people, including those who have physical or sensory disabilities, such as deafness or blindness. The combination of emotional and physical frustrations impact their lives in ways abled-bodied people will never fully understand, leading some to self-medicate with drugs or alcohol. If you have a physical…

Is alcoholism hereditary

Is Alcoholism Hereditary?

Alcoholism seems to run in certain families. Children of alcoholic parents or grandparents often struggle with problem drinking themselves. More recent studies digging deep into the science behind this disease are trying to discover if there is a genetic predisposition for alcoholism. Some even believe a single alcoholism gene could be responsible. The truth is…

Dangers of HALT

Dangers of HALT

One of the most important things you’ll learn in rehab is to recognize and address your triggers before it’s too late. HALT — hungry, angry, lonely and tired — is a handy acronym many recovering addicts use to identify the most common triggers that lead to relapse. These are dangerous and risky states of being…

Disturbed Sleep and Alcohol Abuse

Disturbed Sleep and Alcohol Abuse

Sleep disorders are conditions that affect your normal sleeping patterns, leading to difficulties falling asleep as well as a reduced amount of sleep overall. These disorders can result from medical issues, health problems, environmental issues and alcohol withdrawal. It’s essential to get adequate high-quality sleep to enjoy a healthy lifestyle. Sufficient sleep has many benefits…