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The Importance of Peer Support Groups

Addiction can be an isolating condition. It harms a person’s emotional state and relationships. That’s why creating connections is so important in addiction recovery. Treatment programs encourage the fellowship you find in peer support groups during treatment and after it’s complete. We’ll review why peer support matters and how treatment makes it a priority.  …

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5 Steps to Prioritize Your Recovery Goals

When considering lifelong sobriety, it’s important to know what your priorities are when heading in. Though many people considering entering therapy for substance abuse may find the task of lifelong sobriety to be daunting, the process is easier with goals in mind. These goals can involve your finances, your social or family life, or just…

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How to Build and Maintain a Solid Support System in Recovery

For anyone in recovery, one of the most important tools for continued success is a support system for recovery. This can consist of friends, family members, and ideally, other people who are also in recovery. During a patient’s time at a drug and alcohol treatment center, they may meet and develop close friendships with others…