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Government Programs: Pay for Rehab Using the Affordable Care Act
Overheard at a coffee shop: I thought about getting treatment, but I can’t afford to pay for rehab. What do ...
Where To Get Free Narcan In Your State
As the opioid epidemic continues to worsen, there is a silver lining — harm reduction services are becoming more available. ...
What to Know Before You Go: 7 Tips for Preparing for Rehab
Once you’ve made the decision to seek treatment, the next step is preparing for rehab. You may be feeling anxious ...
Finding Substance Use Treatment Programs for Veterans
Did you serve in the active military, naval, or air service? Yes? Did you know you most likely qualify for ...
Understanding the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) for Rehab
If I go to rehab, I’ll lose my job, right? I’ll be gone for weeks, so there goes my employment! ...
Where To Get Fentanyl Test Strips And How To Use Them
I never thought I’d need a reason to use Fentanyl test strips. Like many, when I first started taking opioids, ...
Using Your Company’s Employee Assistance Program for Drug and Alcohol Rehab
William was searching high and low for support. He knew he needed treatment, but he wasn’t sure where to turn ...
Rehab For LGBTQIA+ Individuals: My Experience as a Queer Woman
Addiction disproportionately impacts members of the LGBTQIA+ community. As many as 30 percent of this population meets the criteria for ...
How Drug Rehab May Impact Your Job
Going to rehab can impact your job. You’ve completed treatment and are ready to get back to a normal life. ...
Do I Have to Go Back to Rehab After a Relapse?
Do you need to go back to rehab after a relapse? Relapse is a common feature of addiction. In fact, ...
How to Pay for Addiction Treatment?
Deciding to go to rehab is a really positive step. But thinking about paying for addiction treatment can be stressful. ...
6 Secrets to Finding Addiction Treatment at the Right Rehab
Finding addiction treatment can be overwhelming. If you’re a family member, you want to ensure you find a safe, effective ...
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