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Discussing The Different Alcohol Rehab Options

At Rockland Recovery, we understand that people respond differently to alcohol rehab options. Just because you share an addiction problem with others doesn’t mean that the same alcohol addiction treatment programs will work for everyone. That’s why we offer a variety of alcohol rehab options. At Rockland Recovery, you and your professional support team can…

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Maintaining Positivity During Rehab

Maintaining positivity during rehab isn’t always easy. Rehab is an acknowledgment that someone is struggling with drug or alcohol abuse and needs support to heal and recover. Rockland Recovery Center offers comprehensive and customized care to individuals looking to heal and overcome their substance use disorder or addiction. Part of this process is learning how to maintain…

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How Risk Factors for Addiction Determine Who Develops a Disorder

Do you know someone who suffers from substance abuse disorder and needs to seek help from a substance abuse treatment program? Surprisingly, the odds are good that you do, though you may not realize it. Addiction is a chronic disease that doesn’t discriminate. Accordingly, it can affect your next-door neighbor, your child’s teacher, or your…

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Benefits of Gender-Specific Treatment in Substance Abuse Recovery

Why treat men and women separately during addiction recovery? Is gender-specific treatment really necessary? To answer these questions, we should consider how addiction affects men and women differently. At Rockland Recovery Center, we understand that some individuals will heal more effectively in gender-specific programs. Therefore, we provide both women’s rehab programs and men’s rehab programs to…

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Recovery and Connection

We are witnessing a seismic shift in our understanding of addiction and recovery. The oft-repeated meme that “connection, not sobriety, is the opposite of addiction” speaks this change. Recovery and connection are intimately tied. Ever-increasing numbers of Americans want to know how their country became the most addicted in the world. Blame is routinely assigned…