Tips to Avoid Relapsing and the Winter Blahs

Tips to Avoid Relapsing and the Winter Blahs

Get up and get moving to keep substance abuse at bay! The holidays are over, winter has settled in and suddenly you aren't feeling as confident about recovery as you have been. You are not alone.

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Opiates & Opioids: The inner power to dismantle

Opiates & Opioids: The inner power to dismantle

Addiction does not have a selection process and an addict does not have the capability to process rationally. When men and women of all ages cross the barrier that divides a medical standpoint into a dependence stance, it will eventually lead to uncharacteristic traits of that person until they hit rock bottom.

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Finding Help for Drug Addiction

Finding Help for Drug Addiction

Getting help for drug addiction doesn't have to be hard. With the variety of alcohol addiction treatment programs in Salt Lake City and the surrounding area, there are programs to meet the needs of any addict that needs assistance with drug problems.

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Haven Alumni Highlight - Lindsay C.

Haven Alumni Highlight - Lindsay C.

My sobriety date is 1/29/12. I started drinking and using drugs at the age of 12. Once I started I couldn’t stop. This went on for the next 10 years and progressively my life got worse, until I reached a point where I had nothing else to lose.

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