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The following resources will assist you in making an informed decision regarding the help, treatment and care for yourself or someone you love who is addicted to drugs or alcohol, suffers from an eating disorder or who has a mental illness. Making the decision to seek help can be a very difficult decision to make and it can be even more difficult to find the right type of care for your individual needs. Use these resources to assist you in understanding a range of conditions and the treatment services that are provided for such conditions at rehab centers throughout West Virginia.

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Is Rehab the Answer to Our Crime Crisis?

The effects of addiction on the brain and mind create an obsessive mindset that “naturally” leads to cr ...

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4 Ways to Go to Executive Drug Rehab without Ruining your Career

Everyone knows the stereotype of the people who go to drug rehab. They’re junkies. They’re unclean. The ...

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5 Reasons to Stop Your Addiction Denial & Improve Your Life

Denial is a psychological defense wherein a person refuses to accept a reality that changes their view of t ...

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What Does a State of Emergency Mean for the Opioid Epidemic?

Every day, more than 140 people in the U.S. die from an opioid overdose. This means that every three weeks, ...

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7 Ways to Tell If Your Addiction is Talking to You

Recovering from addiction is an ongoing process.  Initially, physical recovery is the main focus.  Howeve ...

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5 Ideas for the Spouse of a Recovering Addict

Living with an addict is no walk in the park.  With addiction, everything is placed in “plus one mode” ...

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Cocaine or Amphetamines: Which Recovery Program is More Difficult?

Rehab is never easy, but it can be particularly difficult to work through stimulant addiction. Some may won ...

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What is Projection and How does it Affect Your Recovery Efforts?

Projection is a popular topic among the media today in regards to addiction recovery. In most cases, projec ...

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New Opioids Can Reduce Pain Without Overdose Risk

Scientists have learned how to create opioids that can effectively reduce pain without putting users at ris ...

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Naltrexone is More Effective for Opioid Addiction When Combined with Detox, says Study

Naltrexone is a medication commonly used as part of opioid addiction treatment to help patients stay sober. ...

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