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14
Sep

Medicare vs. Medicaid: Covering Mental Health & Rehab

When it comes to choosing the right mental health treatment, you might be wondering exactly which services will have you covered. But how do you know if a treatment center accepts Medicare or Medicaid? And which one will cover the services you need? Here, we explain Medicare vs. Medicaid so that you can receive the...
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07
Sep

Eating Disorders and Addiction: What’s the Connection?

According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders, eating disorders belong to a category of mental health concerns that affect thirty million people in the United States alone. In fact, eating disorders are the deadliest mental health issue, causing an alarmingly high casualty rate. But did you know that eating disorders and...
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17
Aug

How Can I Stay Sober After Rehab? Your Questions Answered

Whether you’ve recently graduated from a drug and alcohol rehabilitation program or you’re thinking about quitting, life after rehab can seem scary. After all, nobody wants to invest the time and effort into addiction treatment and relapse shortly after. So what can you do to stay sober after rehab? Today, we’re going to cover how...
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10
Aug

The Best Mental Health Movies to Watch in 2020

Film is a fantastic medium to explore issues like mental health and, just as importantly, mental illness. Of course, not all mental health movies are created equal. The best mental health movies can inspire and incite positive change, where the worst ones can insult and bring about feelings of shame. We know how frustrating poorly...
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20
Jul

Why PHP for Drug and Alcohol Rehab?
Partial hospitalization programs can do a world of good. But let's discuss what exactly they can do for you.

Between inpatient care, outpatient programs, and partial hospitalization programs (PHP), finding the right level of care for you can feel impossible. Residential treatment is great for people who need a sober place to stay, outpatient programming can help people who need many hours of care in an outpatient setting, but why PHP for drug and...
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13
Jul

5 Signs of Alcoholism and What to Do Next
Where is the line between casual drinking and an alcohol use disorder?

It can be hard to identify whether you suffer from a substance use disorder, but knowing the signs of alcoholism is a great place to start. Does drinking every weekend count? How much alcohol is too much? Today, we’re answering these questions and more to give you the signs and symptoms of alcoholism. 1. Binge...
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29
Jun

Track Marks & Other Signs of IV Drug Use

If you suspect that a loved one has started using intravenous (IV) drugs, then you’ll want to start looking for track marks. You can find these scars at the injection site, which is often the non-dominant arm of the user. Whether you’ve seen the track marks yourself or you suspect that a loved one is...
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22
Jun

Barbiturate Addiction Recovery: Evidence-Based Treatments
Barbiturates pose a danger to millions of Floridians as an addictive prescription drug.

For so many people who struggle with substance abuse, addiction starts with prescription drugs that they might need to function day-to-day, like pain medication or sleeping pills. Addiction to barbiturates is no different, and we know how challenging it can be to battle drug abuse, particularly if it presents with co-occurring mental health disorders. Learn...
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15
Jun

How Bath Salt Drug Abuse Leads to Addiction in Florida
The effects of bath salts make them both highly desirable and very dangerous.

You have probably heard of the “bath salts” drug, but what is it, really? And what makes it so dangerous? Let’s take a look at the basics of the designer drug known as bath salts. What we know as the “bath salts” drug is scientifically known as synthetic cathinones. People in East Africa and South...
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05
Jun

What Is High-Functioning Depression? Signs & Treatments
People with high-functioning depression often experience the full range of depression symptoms.

When you think of depressive disorders, you might imagine someone who is lethargic and can barely get out of bed. And while low energy or fatigue are common signs of depression, high-functioning depression is a common phenomenon. And in cases like this, an outside observer may never realize that the individual lives with depression. But...
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