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Leonard Buschel

Writers In Treatment: Melding Recovery, the Arts, and Information

The primary purpose of Writers in Treatment was to promote treatment as the best first step solution for addiction and other self-destructive behaviors.

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Sponsored

The Stigma of Addiction

Repeated addiction treatment is prevalent because rehabs do not adequately address each patient’s medical and emotional needs.

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Sponsored

The Role of Trauma in Treating Addiction

People who have suffered trauma often need to address its lasting effects before they can get a handle on their substance use.

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Opioids

Understanding Dependence Versus Addiction

Opioid dependence and opioid addiction are closely related, but two distinct conditions.

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Ardú Recovery Center

Relationship Building Meets Cutting Edge Medicine

While residential treatment is not a one-size-fits-all experience, clients at Ardú can expect to make positive connections with staff members at every level of treatment.

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Asana Recovery

Back to School: 5 Things You Should Know About Staying Sober in College

Avoiding drugs and alcohol can help you have a healthier, more productive college career.

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Ardú Recovery Center

How IV Amino Acid Therapy Aids in Recovery

IV amino acid therapy works to repair essential amino acids and vitamins that are depleted in the body due to the damage that alcohol addiction causes.

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Personal Stories

Dad Day: Death Is A Holiday

Once a year on our fake holiday, we shine light on the person he was. We show him how much we remember—and how little we can forget.

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Klarity Life

Treating Addiction with Ketamine, NAD+ and Aftercare

Because of the ketamine treatment, many people feel relief from symptoms of PTSD, depression and anxiety, all of which can be triggers for relapse.

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Klarity Life

Curing Addiction with Ketamine, NAD+ and Aftercare

Because of the ketamine treatment, many people feel relief from symptoms of PTSD, depression and anxiety, all of which can be triggers for relapse.