With over 20 million people in the U.S. struggling with substance use disorders, it’s highly likely that someone close to you has already or will encounter difficulties with alcohol, illicit drugs or prescription pills. Knowing what to look for, how to react and what steps to take to help your close friend or family member for the long-term will put...Read More
An alcohol or drug addiction rarely appears out of the blue. Most people with addictions do not simply choose to continue abusing drugs or alcohol without a reason for doing so. Oftentimes, a pre-existing mental health condition causes, contributes to or exacerbates a person’s addiction. The consumption of drugs or alcohol can also cause, contribute to or worsen an individual’s...Read More
If you have made the life-changing decision of seeking treatment for alcoholism, congratulations are in order. This is the first step in gaining control of your addiction and turning your life around. The next step is choosing where you want to be treated, and this decision is not without far-reaching consequences. Your experience during rehab will have an immeasurable influence...Read More
Never before in the history of our nation have there been more Americans using and abusing drugs and dying from overdoses. Whether it’s a result of the ongoing opioid epidemic, newly designed synthetic drugs or traditional killers, such as cocaine and crystal meth, drug abuse and overdoses in the U.S. have reached record levels. With millions of people across the...Read More
Before a person can move forward on their road to recovery from addiction, he or she must first purge his or her body of all addictive substances left in the wake of any prolonged substance abuse. In many cases, an addicted individual has abused drugs and/or alcohol for several years or longer. Drug or alcohol detoxification is the first step...Read More
Speak to one of our experienced and caring representatives at Unity Behavioral Health to learn about how our rehab programs can help your loved one defeat addiction.