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Slide Show: Risk Factors for Alcoholism & Drug Addiction

Slide Show: Risk Factors for Alcoholism & Drug Addiction | Hillside links | Scoop.it
Drug and alcohol addiction develops over time, but it often comes with copious warning signs before casual use grows into full-blown addiction. Even before a person uses, there are many signs that could indicate a person is more likely to fall into abusive patterns of drug use.
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Signs you Need Help with an Addiction

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It’s one thing to recognize the signs of drug and alcohol addiction in another person; that’s relatively easy. But it's quite another entirely to recognize when you have a drug and alcohol problem. We all live with blinders on to some degree, so what may be harmless fun "once in a while" to you may look like a crippling drug addiction to someone else.
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Dual Diagnosis Rates for Mental & Drug Abuse Disorders

Dual Diagnosis Rates for Mental & Drug Abuse Disorders | Hillside links | Scoop.it
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Although several million people suffer from co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, only a fraction actually receives treatment for both conditions. Co-occurring disorders can feed into one another, fueling disruptive and dangerous behaviors. Both addiction and relapse have greater consequences, potentially resulting in worsening psychiatric problems. Individuals with a dual diagnosis often have more severe symptoms and require longer treatment programs. Take a look at this infographic for more statistics and information on co-occurring disorders. For more information about dual diagnosis treatment and recovery, contact an admissions counselor at Hillside. Visit http://www.recoverathillside.com/infographic-dual-diagnosis-rates-mental-drug-abuse-disorders

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Is an Inpatient Residential Rehab Program Right for Me?

Is an Inpatient Residential Rehab Program Right for Me? | Hillside links | Scoop.it

Often, one of the primary options within a continuum of care for addiction recovery is an inpatient residential program. An inpatient residential drug treatment program may be ideal for you or a loved one due to the structured, supportive environment and relaxed, peaceful atmosphere that help clients feel at home. An inpatient residential program, unlike outpatient and intensive outpatient programs, provide immediate care any time of day.

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Infographic: Dual Diagnosis Rates for Mental & Drug Abuse Disorders

Infographic: Dual Diagnosis Rates for Mental & Drug Abuse Disorders | Hillside links | Scoop.it

Although several million people suffer from co-occurring mental and substance abuse disorders, only a fraction actually receives treatment for both conditions. Co-occurring disorders can feed into one another, fueling disruptive and dangerous behaviors. Both addiction and relapse have greater consequences, potentially resulting in worsening psychiatric problems.

 

 

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