Addiction Campuses Blog

The Stages Of Recovery: 1 Year

September 22nd, 2017

Our country is in the middle of a drug epidemic that’s claiming hundreds of lives each day. The mounting death toll caused by overdose and addiction is reaching alarming heights that America has never seen before, and it’s not expected to slow anytime soon. But in the midst of the crisis, September’s Recovery Month serves as a reminder that not… more

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Recovering From Addiction As A Family

September 20th, 2017

While there is no doubt that those with an addiction suffer greatly from their disease, the hurt doesn’t end with the person actively using or drinking. The sad reality is that addiction never just affects the individual using, but everyone around them as well. Families who have witnessed their loved one struggling with addiction understand this better than most. When… more

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Addiction. Does It Wash Out In The Water Or Is It Always In The Blood?

September 19th, 2017

Lorelie Rozzano is a guest blogger for Addiction Campuses. Addiction. Does It Wash Out In The Water Or Is It Always In The Blood? Some claim addiction runs in families the way blonde hair and blue eyes do. Others claim addiction is rooted in trauma. Dr. Gabor Mate says, ‘Not why the addiction, but why the pain?’ We may not… more

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The Stages of Recovery: 6 Months

September 14th, 2017

Our country is in the middle of a drug epidemic that’s claiming hundreds of lives each day. The mounting death toll caused by overdose and addiction is reaching alarming heights that America has never seen before, and it’s not expected to slow anytime soon. But in the midst of the crisis, September’s Recovery Month serves as a reminder that not… more

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Getting Over Relapse And Getting Back To Recovery

September 13th, 2017
Getting Over Relapse And Getting Back To Recovery

For those that haven’t experienced addiction, recovery can seem like a straightforward path. Ask for help, receive treatment, get sober and stay sober. Smooth and simple. However, anyone who has witnessed a struggle with addiction first-hand will tell you otherwise. Recovery is not easy, and it’s certainly not the linear journey many think it to be. In fact, recovery is… more

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5 Things You Lose When Getting Clean And Sober

September 12th, 2017

Lorelie Rozzano is a guest blogger for Addiction Campuses. 5 Things You Lose When Getting Clean And Sober. September is National Recovery Month. We celebrate the 23 million people across North America living in recovery. Community and transparency promote healing and support. Isolation and secrecy enable addiction. It’s important to note, addicted people aren’t bad guys with weak wills. They… more

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The Stages of Recovery: 41 Days

September 7th, 2017

Our country is in the middle of a drug epidemic that’s claiming hundreds of lives each day. The mounting death toll caused by overdose and addiction is reaching alarming heights that America has never seen before, and it’s not expected to slow anytime soon. But in the midst of the crisis, September’s Recovery Month serves as a reminder that not… more

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The Opioid Epidemic Has Been Called A National Emergency- Just Not Officially

September 6th, 2017

At Addiction Campuses, you’ve seen us write a lot about America’s opioid epidemic. We choose to talk about this topic not just because of the distressing statistics surrounding it, but because we see first hand every day how opioid misuse and opioid addictions are destroying individuals and their families. While we wish that Addiction Campuses could help and treat every… more

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Dear Drugs. I Hate You.

September 5th, 2017

Lorelie Rozzano is a guest blogger for Addiction Campuses. Dear Drugs. I Hate You. Abusing substance nearly destroyed my life. It took away my children and left me homeless. I lost the will to live and was contemplating suicide. Each time I picked up, I risked death. I couldn’t live with drugs, and I couldn’t live without them. I was… more

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National Recovery Month Starts Today. Here’s What You Should Know.

September 1st, 2017

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