Depression, anxiety, and addiction are on the rise. How can Christians and churches prepare themselves to meet the needs of others? Learn how to listen. More here.
An INTERVIEW with Santa Barbara Rescue Mission about the best practices in addiction treatment for homeless populations. More here.
Q&A with industry experts from Fountain Recovery, a day treatment facility in Livermore, CA. More about day treatment and best practices for substance abuse here.
Is medication assisted treatment substituting one addiction for another? Do they get in the way of true recovery? A myth-busting guest piece from Mark O’Brien of the Legal Action Center here.
Are you considering inpatient or outpatient rehab? The following Q&A with David Lisonbee addresses some of the questions you may have.
Are you seriously stuck in addiction and see no way out? Take hope! In this book, Michael Cartwright gives you real life situations to provide you with hope for any and every kind of addiction. More here.
Addiction is stressful for the whole family. So, what can you do once a loved one starts the process of recovery? Three (3) things to remember as you deal with addiction in your family.
Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP) for addiction lasts for several weeks and requires a commitment of about 10 hours per week. More on how IOP works and its efficacy here.
An opinion piece weighing in on the debate of substance abuse as choice, and the role of Contingency Management in the treatment of addiction.
No, there is no quick fix for addiction. We explain why here.