Monthly Archives: January 2010

Finding Drug Alcohol Treatment Centers

Finding the right drug alcohol treatment center is not easy. As a matter of fact it can be a real nightmare. For many, they just do not have the right insurance or enough money to be admitted into a nice, … Continue reading

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Dual Diagnosis is Real Drug Treatment

It seems so obvious. Drug treatment should be about treating the whole person and all their problems. Most alcoholics and drug addicts are self medicating themselves and their problems with drugs and alcohol. And so when an addict or alcoholic … Continue reading

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Non 12 Step Programs are Therapy Based

When people talk about non 12 step they are talking about alternatives to the famous 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.  There is nothing wrong with the 12 steps. As a matter of fact, it is one of the greatest things … Continue reading

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Non 12 Step Rehab Programs Offer Alternatives

I think the drug alcohol rehab business has become obsolete and out of touch with the times. Treatment and rehab should not be very much about going to 12 step meetings. And, unfortunately, all to often, that is what it … Continue reading

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Non 12 Step Programs Are Way Ahead of the Curve

Non 12 step rehab programs are way ahead of their time. How can we say that? Well, let’s look at the facts. For one thing the 12 steps just do not work for everybody. So why in the world do … Continue reading

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Dual Diagnosis Residential Rehab Treatment Centers are Best

Just to be sure, dual diagnosis (aka co-occurring disorder) is present when a person has both an alcohol and or drug problem with a psychiatric condition, such as depression. And, for the record, that usually means the person is using … Continue reading

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