As we prime the engine to begin working on the final installment, an open survey is now available for any and all to fill out.
In the closing article for our Relapse Prevention Series, we take a quick look at two components necessary for sustained recovery.
In the second part of the maze of recovery article, we explore some of the common pitfalls programs and individuals face when venturing through the maze of recovery.
In the previous article, we investigated addiction and relapse and what causes them. In this two-part installment, we will explore the maze of recovery and discover why some methods work while others fail.
Whether addiction is called substance use disorder, compulsion, or choice, if we do not seek to understand an individual’s specific reasons for why they began and seek recovery, we cannot adequately support them. Failing to see the person’s entirety will only result in improper treatment and create a more substantial chance of relapse.
Cabin has officially reached the threshold that we now need some help if we are to continue growing. Do you have a passion to reach your community?
A new addiction recovery post is now up and inspects possibly the most underused item in recovery's toolbox—understanding.
In part three of the four-part Strategic Discipleship Series, Align specifically addresses relapse prevention and how the heart wants to return to what made it sick.
All 18 parts of the Overcome Addiction Recovery study are now available for free in a condensed format on our blog