Why is Medication Supported Recovery™ a Viable Option for Some People?

Why is Medication Supported Recovery™ a Viable Option for Some People?

No two human beings are alike. With unique DNA, personality temperaments, and life histories, each person is wired differently. When it comes to seeking treatment for a substance use disorder, a recovery program that works beautifully for one person could fail abysmally for another. In fact, one of the biggest challenges providers of addiction treatment…

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Three Signs You are in a Healthy Relationship

Three Signs You are in a Healthy Relationship

Healthy Relationships Should Be a Priority in Recovery Having healthy relationships in recovery is critical to our personal growth. This includes romantic relationships, of course. But, we are also talking about relationships with friends, family members, our sponsor, coworkers, counselors, and acquaintances. There are an infinite number of reasons why we should pursue healthy relationships…

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Medication Supported Recovery (MSR)

Medication Supported Recovery™ (MSR)

Explaining The Difference between the Terms Medication Supported Recovery™ and Medication Assisted Treatment By Dr. Greg Hobelmann, Chief Medical Officer, Ashley Addiction Treatment Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is a well-known term in the addiction recovery field that pertains to the use of specific medications, such as methadone, buprenorphine, and naltrexone, to help individuals recovering from…

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The Emergence of Online Recovery

The Emergence of Online Recovery

Engagement with face-to-face therapy is something that’s been strongly encouraged for centuries, but with the growing popularity of online service providers, it’s important to understand the benefits and differences between online and face-to-face interaction. The presence of online communities related to addiction care has the potential for great impact in helping people enter recovery, or…

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