Inpatient treatment includes a mental health program. Here are 4 tips to get the most from your inpatient recovery mental health program.
It might be a challenge to help someone suffering from drug or alcohol addiction. Encourage your loved one to seek residential treatment.
It is distressing to see a loved one suffer from addiction. Here’s how to help your loved one get inpatient treatment for addiction.
Journaling can help you through inpatient recovery. Here’s how stream-of-consciousness journaling can help your mental wellness.
Are you enjoying your retirement (maybe a little too much)? Are you drinking too much? Here are some tips to help you get sober.
Do you know anyone who may need help with an eating disorder? Talk to them about it during National Eating Disorder Awareness Week.
How does drug abuse effect older people? Learn more about Fairwinds Treatment Center’s 55+ addiction treatment programs.
If you are starting addiction recovery, you may be worried about the holiday season. Here is how to enjoy the holidays while in recovery.
Drug overdose deaths have substantially increased over the past year. Here is how Fairwinds Treatment Center can help with addiction recovery.
Substance abuse increased during the pandemic. Learn more about alcohol and inhalant abuse during the age of COVID-19.
Comorbidity, the presence of two or more disorders at once, is common in people with mental health struggles. Here’s what to know about comorbid bipolar disorder and substance abuse.
People, including professionals, are using drugs like opioids, stimulants, sedatives, and tranquilizers without a doctor’s prescription. For example, in the health sector, the number of health professionals struggling with narcotics such as Fentanyl and Oxycodone is rising every day. Learn more about prescription drug addiction among professionals and its treatment. Professionals working in sectors such as […]
Alcohol might be the most commonly used/abused addictive substance in the US. The good news is that a condition that is so prevalent also receives a lot of attention and research funding. Here at Fairwinds Treatment Center, we’re always learning more about alcohol addiction and new treatments for alcoholism. Today, we’ll explore alcohol use disorder […]
Functioning alcoholic is an informal term used to describe people who have an alcohol dependency but still accomplish their roles in society. Alcohol dependency does not cause them to miss work or fail to accomplish other obligations. They seem to be mentally and physically healthy. They can pass as normal people in jobs, homes, and […]
Working with those who struggle with addiction, it would be impossible for us to overlook the overlap of codependency in drug abuse. However, for those who are not currently moving within these tight-knit circles, or for those who have not yet sought treatment for their drug dependency, the link between the two might not be […]