Category: Rehab Centers

How Can I Find Comfort in Rehab?

How Can I Find Comfort in Rehab?

Stigma would have us believe that rehab only takes place in drab, dreary hospital-like settings, with large groups of people sitting around in meetings where no one talks to each other. But stigma has not reached the year 2020. Treatment …

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What to Pack When Going into Rehab

What to Pack When Going into Rehab

One of the most common questions we get at our San Diego rehab and detox is “what do I pack when going to rehab?” Our homes make recovery simple and enjoyable! We take a lot of the work out of …

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How to Support Someone You Love in Rehab

How to Support Someone You Love in Rehab

Addiction can find its way into our lives from the most unsuspecting ways. Parents who are addicted often pass their substance dependencies down to their children. Familial stress can make us more vulnerable to substance abuse. Job stress, marital stress, …

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What to expect when you go into a rehab

What to Expect when you go into a Rehab

At our rehab and detox center in San Diego, we have a number of first-time patients who have no idea what rehab entails, or what going into rehab is even supposed to be like. Rehab from drug or alcohol addiction …

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Top 5 reasons you should go to a rehab

Top 5 reasons you should go to a rehab

One of the most popular reasons we avoid seeking addiction treatment is because we blame ourselves for our addiction. This self-hating behavior perpetuates our fear of addiction treatment and our feelings that stopped us from seeking addiction treatment in the …

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Relapse Can be an Opportunity for Change

Relapse Can be an Opportunity

Relapse can be a really discouraging experience. Maybe you came into treatment for the first time, thought you had it, and then…. It was much harder than you thought. Maybe life put unexpected triggers your way. Or maybe you weren’t …

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What Kind of Help Do I Need?

Navigating the maze of substance abuse treatment can be a daunting task! It is important to understand the levels of care available in order to make the most informed choice! What is the difference between a slip and a relapse? …

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Co-Occurring Disorders

The word “co-occurring” implies that two things occur together. When it comes to addiction, having a co-occurring disorder means that a Substance Use Disorder – such as alcoholism, opiate addiction, etc. – occurs alongside a mental health issue. Mental health …

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Positive Visions for the Future

In working as a Psychologist with the residents at the AToN Center I often see states of despair or hopelessness when residents are considering their futures. Some enter into treatment feeling defeated and beaten down by their addictions and struggle …

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Is Marijuana Addictive?

There are a lot of competing perspectives on marijuana and whether it is truly addictive. So is it? A drug is considered addictive if it makes you dependent on it. In other words, you get withdrawal symptoms if you stop …

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