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Concerns About Coronavirus (COVID-19)

There is no higher priority at the AToN Center than the health and safety of our residents, and employees. We’re keeping a close watch on the developing global and local health situation surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and are taking precautionary measures to minimize risk. PLEASE NOTE:...

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Drug Relapse Prevention Plan

Drug Relapse Prevention Plan

The adage says, “If you don’t schedule your work, your work will schedule you.” Addiction often forms from a disorganized lifestyle. Whether through stress, trauma, depression, or other factors, there’s usually something that makes you feel a loss of control over in your life when...

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Family Therapy Activities

Family Therapy Activities

Addiction fragments families like no other disorder. Many people see their loved ones becoming addicted as a loss of trust and a shattering of expectations. Under the influence of drugs and alcohol, some people may act more impulsively, be prone to depression, anxiety, or rage....

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Drug Rehabs for Executives

Drug Rehabs for Executives

“Karoshi” is a Japanese term for “working yourself to death.” Such a culture of self-sacrificing commitment to a career has left the country with high levels of burnout, suicide, and an entire generation putting off childrearing to meet unrealistic work expectations. Here in the US,...

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Luxury Rehab in San Diego

Luxury Rehab in San Diego

What if we told you that the most exciting and spiritually challenging journey of your life could include table tennis, a luxurious pool and spa, and gourmet meals every day at a beautiful San Diego facility? 90% of the people who need drug and alcohol...

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Polysubstance Abuse

Polysubstance Abuse

What’s your poison? Chemical dependence is when your brain and body don’t feel “well,” without certain chemicals in your system. Addiction is when these chemical dependencies begin to have negative consequences on your life, from injuries and blacking out, to strains on finances, family, work, or...

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Staying sober in San Diego

Staying sober in San Diego

Staying sober in San Diego, like anywhere else in the world, is becoming more difficult every year. The US attorney’s office in the Southern District of California has released two high-profile cases to the public recently. In each, the defendants were accused of being involved...

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