What is a Suboxone Clinic?

What is a Suboxone Clinic? A Suboxone clinic can play a major role in a person’s addiction recovery journey. Rehabilitation and recovery from opiate addiction can be a long and difficult process. The first step in rehabilitation is to detoxify the body from the drugs. This can be a difficult process, as withdrawal symptoms can…

How do I prepare for rehab

How do I prepare for rehab Pursuing recovery from alcohol and drug addiction is a significant life change and one for which you will be grateful as you find sobriety. Whether you have connected to treatment through resources such as Casey’s Law, by the encouragement of family and friends or a decision you’ve made on…

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What is dual diagnosis treatment and why is it important?

Successfully treating addiction does not stop at addressing a person’s immediate physical dependency on a substance. Oftentimes, addiction is a symptom or byproduct of deeper underlying psychological issues. If left untreated, these penetrative issues leave a person susceptible to relapse or developing other maladaptive behaviors as a way to cope with their condition. For this…

Isaiah House receives $1.2 million from Appalachian Regional Commission’s POWER Initiative

Funds will expand Reliance Works employment program to Eastern Kentucky WILLISBURG, September 16, 2021 —Isaiah House Inc., will expand its second chance employment program, Reliance Works, and provide employment opportunities and recovery support to six Eastern Kentucky counties with the help of a $1.2 million grant awarded by the Appalachian Regional Commission. This award is…

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How addiction affects the whole family

Addiction is a disease that can reach far beyond the person actively using drugs or alcohol. When someone struggles with addiction, the entire family can also struggle and be impacted by it in a variety of ways. Much like a storm, addiction can leave destruction in its wake, but with the right support, families can…

Why community involvement is important to addiction recovery

We are always searching for connection and belonging in the world around us. It is a natural desire to be part of something larger than ourselves; to be included and around others who understand and support us.   While active addiction might strip us of these meaningful connections, finding community is critical when it comes to addiction treatment and there are numerous ways to identify and build community during your recovery.   Building sober relationships Navigating any major life-altering situation…