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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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Do You Know the Dangers of Mixing Substances?

Mixing substances, such as alcohol, illicit drugs, and prescription drugs, is very risky. While some people do so to experience a combination of sensations, doing so can cause severe damage to the body. Some people do this because they want to achieve a high that they cannot get from using one substance alone. Other times,…

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Depth Psychology and Addiction

At Rockland Recovery, we believe that recovery is not about abstinence, but connection. Therefore, recovery almost always involves the healing of family and community. To someone new to treatment this may seem like a daunting proposition; however, we believe this truth will become self-evident even after a very short time in our program. What may…

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What Is Polysubstance Abuse Doing to You?

What is polysubstance abuse, and why should it matter to you? Do you mix drugs together when taking them? Do you have a glass of alcohol when you are using heroin or cocaine? If so, you are engaging in polysubstance abuse or using two or more substances with each other to enhance their effects. The…

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What Will an Alcohol Rehab Program Boston MA Offer You?

Alcohol can seem like no big deal. You may think everyone drinks and most people don’t have a problem with it. Yet, for many other people, one drink a day over a consistent period can lead to alcoholism. When this happens, alcohol controls much of your life, your actions, and your thoughts. That doesn’t have…

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