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Celebrating Milestones in Recovery
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Celebrating Milestones in Recovery

Celebrating milestones in recovery is a vital part of the journey towards sobriety. Each milestone, no matter the size, represents progress and should be acknowledged and celebrated. From successfully saying “no” to a temptation at the beginning of recovery to marking a month of sobriety, each achievement deserves recognition. Big milestones in recovery serve as important reminders of how far one has come....

Healing Together: The Power of Support Groups in Addiction Recovery
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Healing Together: The Power of Support Groups in Addiction Recovery

The journey toward healing in addiction recovery is deeply personal yet universally shared. At The Discovery House, we understand that while the individual walks the path to recovery, the journey need not be a solitary one. The power of support groups in the recovery process is profound, offering a sanctuary of understanding, empathy, and shared...

Holistic Healing: An In-Depth Look at Los Angeles’ Substance Use Treatment Services & Their Impact
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Holistic Healing: An In-Depth Look at Los Angeles’ Substance Use Treatment Services & Their Impact

In Los Angeles, a city known for its vibrant culture and diversity, The Discovery House stands out as a beacon of hope for individuals struggling with substance use. Offering a comprehensive range of addiction services, this Joint Commission-accredited facility in Reseda delivers a unique blend of holistic healing and evidence-based treatment approaches tailored to the...

Taking the First Step: What to Expect from a Los Angeles Opiate Detox Program
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Taking the First Step: What to Expect from a Los Angeles Opiate Detox Program

Table of Contents It’s common knowledge that opiate withdrawal treatment — including the initial detoxification process — can cause a variety of difficult physical symptoms. Understanding what might be ahead can help you psychologically and emotionally prepare for the detox process, especially if you’re anxious about it. Let’s explore how you or your loved one...

Joining a Support Group While in Addiction Recovery
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Joining a Support Group While in Addiction Recovery

Table of Contents Addiction recovery is difficult, but support groups can help light the way. They offer a safe place for people with shared experiences to connect with others who can empathize and offer support. Support groups for addicts and alcoholics foster mutual compassion among members. Those battling alcoholism or drug addiction can greatly benefit from The...

History of Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous
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History of Alcoholics and Narcotics Anonymous

Table of Contents Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) introduced a new ray of hope for those struggling with alcoholism. This 12-step program, created in 1935, stated that support groups and therapy could be a way to treat alcoholism. However, AA was designed to help alcoholics only, not including other addictions. This division is why another 12-step program...

Understanding Al-Anon: Supporting Your Loved Ones in Addiction Recovery
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Understanding Al-Anon: Supporting Your Loved Ones in Addiction Recovery

Table of Contents Witnessing someone you care about struggle with a substance use disorder may tremendously upset and drain your mental and emotional well-being. Substance abuse can eventually damage relationships by destroying trust and weakening the connection between people. As a result, it can be formidable to support loved ones in recovery. The team at...

Long-Term Addiction Recovery and Outpatient Care
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Long-Term Addiction Recovery and Outpatient Care

Table of Contents The recovery process can be a trying period in anyone’s life. Significant change does not occur right away. However, the correct treatment and counseling can restore a patient’s life and relationships. While short-term inpatient, or residential, treatment programs typically run for up to four weeks, many people may benefit from extended programs...

What Does it Mean to Be Joint Commission Accredited (JCAHO) and Why Should You Seek a JCAHO Accredited Clinic for Substance Recovery?
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What Does it Mean to Be Joint Commission Accredited (JCAHO) and Why Should You Seek a JCAHO Accredited Clinic for Substance Recovery?

Millions of Americans are facing challenges due to substance use disorder. According to the Butler Center for Research, about 85% to 95% of drug-abusing patients get sober after addiction treatment. Joint Commission Accredited (JCAHO) is the benchmark set by the organization of the Joint Commission. It’s a not-for-profit organization founded in 1951. Joint Commission accredits...

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