Latest Blogs About Drug & Alcohol Rehab: Recovery Connection



The Difference Between Long Term Treatment Centers and Outpatient Programs
November 22, 2016

The Difference Between Long Term Treatment Centers and Outpatient Programs When you’re looking at rehab options to start recovery from drug or alcohol abuse, you’ll likely wonder what most other patients do. What’s the difference between long term treatment centers and outpatient programs? Which program will serve you best, as you work for lasting recovery?…

How to Approach a Loved One Struggling with Chemical Dependency
November 15, 2016

How to Approach a Loved One Struggling with Chemical Dependency For many, there’s nothing worse than watching a loved one struggling with chemical dependency. You may want to help them, but not know the best approach. This is particularly true when addiction is clearly “off limits” every time you try to talk to them about…

The Steps to Take When You’re Seeking Help with Addiction
October 31, 2016

The Steps to Take When You’re Seeking Help with Addiction Acknowledging an addiction can be challenging, even for those who know in the back of their minds that they need help. Taking the first steps in seeking help with addiction can make it easier to begin treatment, make progress and achieve a healthier life. Understanding…

Steps to Take to Find the Best Drug Rehab Centers in Florida
October 24, 2016

Steps to Take to Find the Best Drug Rehab Centers in Florida An important part of the recovery journey is finding the right drug rehab center. For Florida residents, or for those who want to recover in a warm and scenic place, the first step is finding the best drug rehab centers in Florida. Let these…

How to Stop Drinking: Taking a First Step Toward Long-Term Sobriety
October 17, 2016

How to Stop Drinking: Taking a First Step Toward Long-Term Sobriety Alcoholism is a serious illness that’s difficult to overcome. Knowing how to stop drinking isn’t always obvious, and it’s not as simple as just deciding to stop. Learn how to stop drinking once and for all, and discover the first steps to take when…

A Typical Day for Patients at Drug Recovery Centers
October 3, 2016

A Typical Day for Patients at Drug Recovery Centers Many prospective patients eager to begin their journey to sobriety worry about what drug rehab will be like. While drug recovery centers can vary, they usually revolve around structure. This helps patients develop new and healthier routines for life. By taking a look at a typical…

Exploring Your Local Alcohol Recovery Center
September 30, 2016

Exploring Your Local Alcohol Recovery Center Have you or a loved one fallen victim to an alcohol addiction? Has your addiction started to affect your personal and professional life? If so, you could benefit from the professional services of an alcohol recovery center. Alcoholism is a dangerous problem for many Americans. In fact, alcohol is…

Casual Drinking vs. Addiction: When to Seek Alcohol Help
September 23, 2016

Casual Drinking vs. Addiction: When to Seek Alcohol Help For many people, enjoying an occasional drink (or a few) is no big deal. When an individual is habitually unable to control the amount they drink or how frequently they partake, it’s likely they’re suffering from alcohol addiction and need alcohol help. Alcoholism can be identified…

What to Look For in a Detox Center
September 18, 2016

What to Look For in a Detox Center For those who are struggling with drug and alcohol addiction, professional help is the only answer. Part of seeking rehabilitation for an addiction is finding a detox center that fits your personal and medical needs. At Recovery Connection, it is our job to connect patients with top…

Don’t Let Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms Keep You From Seeking Help
September 2, 2016

Don’t Let Alcohol Withdrawal Symptoms Keep You From Seeking Help Those who struggle with alcohol addiction often have trouble seeking the help they need to quit drinking and enter recovery. There are a few reasons for this. For example, many of those struggling with alcohol often feel ashamed of their disease. Even though there’s absolutely…