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Drug and Alcohol Addiction Resources

 / Addiction Information

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Levels of care

Levels of Care



Drug and Alcohol Detox

Detox is a tried-and-true method that may be a crucial first step on the road to recovery. Detoxification (detox) removes drugs from the body and deals with associated withdrawal symptoms.


Inpatient Rehab

Rehabilitative treatment may be necessary for those who have recently been afflicted with an ailment that requires extensive medical attention, such as a drug or alcohol addiction.


Sober Living Homes

Sober living houses (SLHs), also known as sober homes, offer safe housing and supportive, organized living settings for persons who have completed a drug recovery program. 



If your loved one misses deadlines, stops enjoying activities loved before, and does not properly function without using alcohol or any other drug, consider staging an intervention.

Self help



Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous may be an excellent place to start if you or a loved one is experiencing any negative impact from alcohol.


Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous, also known as NA groups, is a recovery program like Alcoholics Anonymous, except it's geared towards people with other drug dependencies besides alcohol.

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SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery understands that there is no one size fits in addiction recovery. Going the SMART Recovery way is putting your recovery and well-being into your own hands.

About addiction

About Addiction


Understanding Addiction

Addiction has been called "a sickness of the mind, body, and soul." Because addiction combines physical, mental, and emotional healing, it entails a physical and psychological urge or drives to use mood-altering drugs


Addiction is a Disease

Research calls this "brain disease model of addiction."- drug and alcohol addiction is not a problem due to a lack of willpower but an illness needing proper medical treatment.


Signs of Addiction

There are behavioral, psychological, and physical signs of addiction. Knowing and accepting these signs is the first step of recovery and rehab for an addict.


Families and Addiction 

The main help for an addict is to get their control back. To help a family member, you must acknowledge and confront a problem without judging or labeling the person.

Addiction and work

Addiction and Work


Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA)

The Family Medical Leave Act allows eligible employees to take up to 3 months without pay to assist a family member or self-care after a severe illness.


Can You Get Fired For Going To Rehab?

If you start having problems at work because of alcohol or other drugs, getting help before things get even worse would be best. If your job performance is going down, you may be worried about getting fired for going to rehab.

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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Employers or unions specially design Employee Assistance Programs to help employees deal with issues affecting their job performance. More than 70% of people working in different fields are struggling with drugs or alcohol.


Will I Lose My Job While At Treatment?

Many people put off getting help with alcohol or drugs because they don't want to lose their jobs or be judged by their bosses and coworkers.

Insurance for rehab

Insurance for Rehab


Aetna Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

The Affordable Care Act mandates that all health insurance policies, including Aetna, must pay for a portion of the cost of addiction treatment. 


BCBS Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Treatment for substance misuse and mental illness is now covered on an equal basis with medical expenses under the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA).


Empire BCBS Insurance Coverage for Rehab

Empire plans include mental health therapy and drug misuse treatment, covering anxiety, stress, bipolar disorder, trauma, and anorexia nervosa.


Cigna Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

The services your insurance carrier covers and the costs you will have to pay depend significantly on your plan and the state you live in.


Beacon Health Options Insurance for Rehab 

The best way to pay for recovery is to use your health insurance to cover the cost. Beacon Health Options is a unique insurance company covering mental health and substance abuse treatment.


United Healthcare Insurance Coverage for Rehab

UnitedHealthcare insurance is one of the best insurance plans in the United States. There could be some relief if you depend on United Healthcare insurance to cover the cost of treatment.


Amerihealth Insurance Coverage for Rehab

Deciding to begin the recovery process is a life-altering decision that is both exhilarating and novel. The healthcare insurance you have can impact your rehab experience.


UMR Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

Third-party administrators like UMR help UnitedHealthcare and other insurance companies provide coverage options to their employees.


Value Options Insurance Coverage for Rehab

If you are a member of Value Options insurance, you do not have to worry about the high costs of treatment. They will help you pay for some or all expenses associated with treatment.


Anthem BCBS Insurance Coverage for Rehab

There are a lot of people in the U.S. who have a problem with drugs or alcohol. Up to 19.7 million adults in the United States have a substance use disorder.


Oxford Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

If you are an individual diagnosed with a drug or alcohol addiction, you can use your health insurance to pay for your treatment. The cost of your treatment will depend on your required level of care.


GHI Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

GHI Insurance covers all the requirements for drug addicts and provides a proper plan for their treatment. If you are addicted, treatment is the best thing you can do to avoid drug abuse.


Magnacare Insurance Coverage for Rehab

If you are addicted to drugs or alcohol and struggling with addiction, your Magnacare insurance can help you recover. This insurance plan will cover a portion of the cost of your addiction treatment.

Treatment guide

Treatment Guide


Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) aims to help the substance abuser manage and reduce cravings and deal with withdrawal symptoms to maintain sobriety and long-term abstinence.


What Should I Do If I Relapse?

Relapse is never the best option, no matter how bad you feel. If you're having problems coping with stress or triggers see your doctor about getting a referral to a therapist or counselor.


Inpatient vs. Residential Rehab

There is a vast difference between inpatient and residential rehab. It is a treatment that varies tremendously regarding its staff, curriculum, therapy, accommodations, and location.

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Dangers Of Detoxing On Your Own

Relapse is common during a home detox because you are attempting to withdraw from drugs or alcohol and may feel cravings during the detox process.

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When Is It Time To Go To Rehab?

Many believe that a person does not need to go to rehab, even if they struggle with the most severe addiction withdrawal symptoms.

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When Should I Travel For Rehab?

For some people, getting away from the bad relationships at home is the only way they can get clean and start to heal.

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How to Help an Addicted Loved One?

Addiction is a complex disease that impacts individuals and their loved ones, but it is essential to approach the situation thoughtfully.


How Long is Addiction Treatment?

The length of a treatment program differs broadly depending on the severity of your addiction, the type of drug being abused, and the frequency of its use.


Drug and Alcohol Withdrawal Signs and Symptoms

After abruptly cutting back or stopping the prolonged use of a substance, withdrawal causes physical, mental, and behavioral changes.


What is Al-Anon?

Al-Anon was co-founded by Anne B. and Lois W. in 1951, 16 years after Alcoholics Anonymous was founded on June 10, 1935.


Evidence-Based Treatments

EBT- Evidence-Based Treatment is any treatment backed by scientific studies and evidence with proven results.

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab Guide

Choosing the right addiction treatment center can be complex and confusing. This article will walk you through the fundamentals of alcohol and drug rehab and tell you all you need to know about it.


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