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At the National Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Information Center, we attribute a large portion of our success to the diverse and targeted recovery options to which we have referred individuals struggling with substance abuse or addiction. We believe, and research has shown, that patients respond best to treatment programs that speak to their specific care needs and lifestyle issues. This is why we offer such a broad range of diverse treatment programs.
We recommend treatment programs ranging from family oriented referral options for issues like co-dependency, to very specialized professional therapy for airline pilot rehab or professional athletes substance abuse rehab.
We can recommend the leading specialized programs for dual diagnosis treatment, eating disorder and chemical dependency treatment, post-acute withdrawal syndrome treatment or many other mood disorders related treatment. For individuals who prefer a more spiritually centered approach to treatment, we can offer referral to leading Christian or Jewish drug rehabs. Our database also houses some of the leading trauma recovery programs in the country. No matter what addiction or mental disorder you or your loved one is facing, we are ready to help you take the necessary proactive steps needed for your recovery.
Christian drug rehab allows patients to use their faith to help them through their recovery. Through all of life’s obstacles, religious faith can be a tremendous source of inspiration. It can...
Jewish drug rehab exists under the umbrella of faith-based treatment. While they offer specific courses of therapy for Jewish addicts who seek sobriety through an immersion in their faith and a...
Trauma recovery cases are among the most unfortunate in the mental health field. Trauma recovery patients often fall into a pattern of severe emotional distress, through no fault of their own, and...
Codependency Within the Context of Addiction Codependency (in the context of addiction) refers to the overt and harmful emotional involvement of a person in the life of an addict. Nobody suffers...
One of the most common examples of drug and alcohol abuse is driving under the influence (DUI). Every year countless intoxicated drivers claim the lives of those on the road. In 2009, there were...
Equine assisted psychotherapy is beneficial for patients of all ages who suffer from social and emotional disorders. It was designed to promote emotional growth through the simulation of...
Pain management is important for chronic pain sufferers, particularly those who suffer from past addiction. Chronic pain is a condition that plagues all kinds of people. It hurts everywhere and is...
The goals of professional athlete substance abuse rehab are many and varied. It exists to treat athletes who are in chronic pain from past and present injuries, but it also helps patients who...
The link between eating disorders and chemical dependency was clearly established back in the 1990’s when Columbia University’s National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA)...
Dual diagnosis programs are designed for patients who are afflicted with co-occurring disorders: a substance abuse problem in conjunction with a mental disorder. Due to the delicate and specialized...
Mood disorder treatment is helpful in the treatment of many mental diseases. Mood disorders are characterized by chemical and mental imbalances that trigger extremities in mood, demeanor, and...
Much of the hardship of early and continued sobriety can be attributed to a condition called Post Acute Withdrawal Syndrome (PAWS). PAWS is triggered by the physical adjustments your brain has to...