Which should you choose for addiction recovery: Alcoholics Anonymous or inpatient rehab? Learn more about the differences here.
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.
Are you enjoying your retirement (maybe a little too much)? Are you drinking too much? Here are some tips to help you get sober.
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.
Xanax is a commonly used drug in America. If you believe that you or a loved one is forming a Xanax addiction, here is everything you need to know.
If you are struggling with a heroin addiction, Fairwinds Treatment Center is here to help. Here’s what you should know before beginning your recovery.
Treatment is the best option if you have an addiction and want to get sober. Learn more about drug and alcohol rehab and when it is time to seek help.
If you suspect that a loved one is struggling with opioid or heroin addiction, recovery is possible. Here’s what you should know to help your loved ones.
Addiction to opioids has become more severe during this pandemic. Learn more about helping mitigate opioid deaths during COVID-19 here.
When a person struggles with substance abuse, their whole family suffers. Here are some practical steps you can take to support children of addicts.