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RECOVERY BLOGS

At Prosperity Haven, we believe one of the best ways to fight addiction is by understanding your opponent. That’s why we’re committed to educating our community and providing resources so that you can arm yourself against substance abuse with knowledge. Our blog features articles on various topics related to addiction recovery, behavioral health, substance abuse treatment strategies, tools and techniques, support systems, and much more.

Does Insurance Cover Rehab?

Addiction isn’t easy, especially when you’re fighting against it alone without any support. Residential treatment can help you turn the tide and forge a new path forward with better, brighter days – but it does come at a financial cost. Depending on your income and situation, these costs may seem prohibitive at first. But those costs do grant you access to one of the most valuable experiences the addicted person can ever have – healing. The ability to walk forward …
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Addiction Treatment FAQs

The decision to seek addiction treatment, whether for yourself or someone you love, can be really scary. Patients often have questions about the treatment process itself, what the experience of being treated is like, and whether it will succeed. Family members, on the other hand, often worry about costs, accessibility, and safety. Unfortunately, it isn’t always easy to find answers to these common addiction treatment questions – especially if you don’t know where to look. While your local addiction treatment …
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Importance of Community and Connection in Early Recovery

Experiencing feelings of loneliness in early recovery can become almost overpowering, especially if the addict was forced to cut ties with their closest friends and loved ones in order to get and stay clean. Unfortunately, this can leave the newly sober person feeling alone, isolated, and unsupported at one of their most critical sobriety milestones. Research tells us that having strong connections to the recovery community can make a big difference, but why is this so important in early recovery? …
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Residential Treatment vs. IOP: Which Is More Effective?

Treating addiction is not a one-size-fits-all approach. In order to be effective, the program must be tailored to the needs of the patient, their socioeconomic story, and even their drug of choice. Cookie cutter solutions tossed together with little thought to the patient’s individuality rarely work; more often, they put the patient at constant risk for relapse, overdose, or even death. Still, experts do believe certain treatment options are more effective than others, especially in early recovery. These tried-and-tested methods …
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Principles of Effective Substance Abuse Treatment

Early recovery is no picnic. Those first shaky steps can make you feel as if you’re about to walk the plank and dive into the abyss – even if the real story is much different. The right substance abuse treatment program can help you move forward, heal, and find a life you love without turning back to substances and maladaptive behaviors. But what exactly is “the right treatment,” anyway? Here’s a little secret many addictions specialists won’t tell you: every …
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The Long-Term Adverse Effects on Children of Alcoholics

March 13, 2022 Nicole Gray LPCC-S, Clinical Director Addiction Treatment As many as 10 percent of all American children grow up in a home where at least one parent is an alcoholic. That’s about 37,000,000 people – a startling statistic, to say the least, especially when you consider the implications. Growing up with an alcoholic parent can affect children in a variety of ways, and the impacts don’t always stop once the child reaches adulthood. In fact, many of the …
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