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Sober Living for Women

Sober living for women can mean the difference between sustained recovery and relapse.  Sober living homes (SLHs), also known as sober living communities, were first created to provide those in recovery from addiction with a safe, supportive housing option.  With female sober living communities, the single-sex environment removes tension and distraction from the recovery process.…

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Southern California Rehabilitation Center

Choosing the right Southern California rehabilitation center could make a dramatic difference to your detox and recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction.  Alcoholism and drug addiction are clinically labeled alcohol use disorder (AUD) and substance use disorder (SUD). Per current data from SAMHSA’s annual National Survey on Drug Use and Health, both AUD and SUD…

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Substance Abuse and Homelessness

Substance Abuse and Homelessness For years, scientists, government agencies and others have been studying the link between substance abuse and homelessness. The two are directly related and studies reaffirm this. For example: substance abuse can lead to homelessness and vice versa. That’s probably no surprise to anyone, especially if you’ve seen celebrities struggle with addiction.…

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How to Help Someone in Recovery

Learning how to help someone in recovery can be the difference between their sustained sobriety and relapse.  With the recently published NSDUH 2020 reporting that 40 million adults in the United States have substance use disorder and 28.5 million have alcohol use disorder. With so many people grappling with substance use issues, there is every…

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A Definitive Guide to Group Therapy

If you’re struggling with addiction to drugs or alcohol, you may find the idea of opening up emotionally to a therapist or counselor tough at first, even in individual therapy sessions. How about group therapy, though? Maybe the idea of sharing deeply personal experiences in front of strangers gives you cause for concern. Perhaps you’re…

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What’s Adventure Therapy and How Can It Help With Recovery?

The Purpose of Adventure Therapy The District Recovery Community (TDRC) integrates many forms of adventure therapy into our clients’ lives, including adventure therapy. Adventure, camaraderie, and character-building is instrumental in early recovery. By employing an adventure-based experience, The District allows residents the opportunity to find hobbies and identify what they are passionate about. This is…