things you need to know about a transitional living program

Top Things You Need To Know About A Transitional Living Program

What happens after you complete formal residential treatment for addiction? Getting back into the world isn’t always easy and may be filled with numerous risks that put you at risk for relapse. A transitional living program may be one of the most important tools available to you in some situations. It provides a stepping stone…

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Looking For An LGBTQ-Specific Treatment Program?

Members of the LGBTQ community struggle to find a supportive environment for overcoming drug or alcohol addiction quite often. Yet, this can prove critical in long-term healing and recovery. The ideal LGBTQ addiction treatment program offers resources designed to address the unique challenges and needs of those within this community. At United Recovery Project, our…

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What Happens in Addiction Aftercare?

An aftercare program is a relevant part of addiction recovery. Generally, it’s the period of time that follows treatment. Once you’ve finished your term of partial hospitalization or outpatient treatment, aftercare gives you the added support and resources needed to aid in relapse prevention. There are many elements to this portion of your addiction treatment,…

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Instant Benefits Of An Extended Residential Program

Healing and bouncing back from substance use disorder takes time. While some clients require more time in recovery, the benefits of an extended residential addiction treatment program are immediate. If you or someone you love struggles with an addiction to drugs or alcohol in the South Florida area, United Recovery Project offers an extended residential program…

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Harmful Side Effects of Prescription Drug Addiction

Did you know even prescription drugs pose the possibility of addiction? Drugs such as painkillers, tranquilizers, and stimulants are among the most abused drugs in America. Surprisingly, it’s perfectly legal to take these drugs as long as you have a prescription for them. However, once you begin taking them in ways other than your doctor…