The Real Reason Relapse Rates Spike in July

Reading Time: 3 Minutes Are you planning a sunny California vacation but worried about staying sober during the summer months? This is a valid concern as past research suggests relapse rates may in fact be higher in summer. We’re here to help by exposing the real reason causing increased relapse rates and, most importantly, provide you with helpful tips […]

Rising Above Addiction: How One Family Rose Above Addiction and Rebuilt Their Future

Reading Time: 4 Minutes Contact us today at (949) 649-7219 to take the first step towards a healthier, happier life. Alcohol addiction is a devastating disease that can affect anyone, regardless of background, education, or income level. It’s estimated that nearly 15 million Americans struggle with alcohol use disorder, with many more affected by the consequences of their loved ones’ addiction. However, with the right […]

What To Do If I Relapse In Recovery

Reading Time: 2 Minutes Entering recovery after completing treatment is a huge milestone and marker of success. Unfortunately, relapsing in recovery can be a reality for some individuals. Relapse should never be seen as a failure but instead as another opportunity to be successful in recovery. Imagine if you have a chronic disease, does that mean you failed? No. […]

What is a Relapse

Reading Time: 4 Minutes What is Relapsing? Relapse: it’s a complicated and sometimes endless cycle. You commit to change by entering into recovery, you go through detoxification and withdrawal, and you complete all the steps in your treatment program, then one day, something goes awry. Relapse: it’s a complicated and sometimes endless cycle. You commit to change by entering […]

Relapse Prevention During Recovery

Reading Time: 3 Minutes Transitioning out of acute treatment into the real world can be daunting. Regardless of whether you are seeking treatment for a mental health disorder like depression or a substance abuse disorder, staying on track to recovery in a less restrictive environment can be challenging because there are more temptations. According to studies, relapse rates vary […]

Mental Illness Awareness Week: Supporting vs. Enabling

Reading Time: 3 Minutes In 1990 The U.S. Congress officially established the first full week of October as Mental Illness Awareness Week (MIAW). During this critical week, mental health advocates work together to educate the public about Enabling Mental Health. This week is dedicated to mental health treatment, awareness, and recovery. Understanding the difference between supporting and enabling is […]

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