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Find more useful information about rehab from Willingway Hospital blog, designed to educate and help you or your loved one.

Learning About Rehab Centers With Your Family, medical cost questions, How much does inpatient rehabilitation cost,
You’ve looked into the eyes of the people you love and realized it’s time: time to seek treatment for drug or alcohol addiction. Choosing an inpatient rehabilitation facility that provides quality care means you’ll have a lot of questions and want some assurances of success. We understand. So here are some suggestions to make the...
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At Willingway, we understand that choosing an addiction rehab facility can be a complex decision. Whether you’ve made up your mind to seek the quality care you deserve or you’re supporting a loved one on their health journey, it’s essential to have all the facts at hand. So, we’ve created a two-part series to help...
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It’s only natural to have apprehension about addiction rehabilitation. So before committing to a rehab program, it’s important to have a clear understanding of what to expect—similar to any other complex medical issue. To that end, we’re offering a two-part overview that walks you through the process. Treating Addiction as a Disease You’ll notice we...
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Substance abuse impacts teens psychologically, emotionally, and physically. The teenage years are already challenging due to continued brain growth and development, hormonal imbalances, and peer pressure. If a child develops an addiction, they often need a support system to get them through it. Parents, friends, family members, teachers, or other mentors can prove to be...
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Few people understand what it means to be in recovery like those who travel the same path. Like any shared experience, choosing health over destructive behaviors creates a bond that enriches life experiences and presents new opportunities. “I Got You” In a 2021 article for Forbes, sociologist Tracy Bower explored why sharing hard times helps...
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Individuals who strive for self-improvement and have the courage to seek treatment for alcohol use disorder (AUD) or substance use disorder (SUD) eventually uncover a number of reasons for their behaviors. One particular emotion that’s not only a root cause but also a symptom of substance use issues is anger. Anger, the “Secondary Emotion” Psychology...
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Some people have never heard of club drugs, much less taken them, but it’s important to know that they have serious repercussions. Addiction can occur even after short-term use, as can a lot of other illnesses and side effects. What Are Club Drugs? According to American Family Physician (AFP), club drugs are various psychoactive chemicals...
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A spirit of service has animated the work of Willingway since its founding in 1971. As Willingway celebrates 50 years of helping people overcome substance use disorders, our commitment to personalized, evidence-based, compassionate care continues to drive our work. We are proud of our history and excited for the future as we help individuals reclaim...
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When you feel in your heart that a teenager you love is struggling with drug or alcohol use, it’s difficult to know where to turn, much less how to solve the problem. Here are some suggestions to help you create a plan to seek professional treatment. What’s Happening in the Adolescent Brain Emotions run high...
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When people recover from substance abuse, everything isn’t automatically okay. It might be hard to hear that, but it’s essential to understand that your body and mind went through major changes because of drugs or alcohol. This fact is one of the primary reasons why people are cautioned not to quit cold turkey, but instead...
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