High intensity training throughout the addiction treatment stage can be tremendously beneficial, and not just because it keeps us in shape. When we train vigorously, our bodies produce huge amounts of endorphins that help us feel better, stronger, and revitalized. … Read More
What is MAT?
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is oftentimes considered by those entering addiction recovery, primarily because they are afraid of the withdrawal effects they may experience. While this may sound like an effective solution, not many people truly consider the risks that come … Read More
Creating a Safe Space with our Peers
Opening up to others is not an easy task. Whether someone is living in active addiction or has never lived with addiction before, it can often be hard for anyone to feel comfortable sharing details about their personal lives with … Read More
Addiction’s Effect On The Body And How Recovery Saves It
Addiction treatment does not look the same today it has looked in previous years. People who leave treatment programs leave healthier. Addiction is a mental health problem as much as it is a physical health problem. Treatment programs used to … Read More