If you’re in the middle of a treatment program for your addiction, you may begin to feel confident enough in your progress that you believe you can go home early.
On the surface, non-alcoholic beer may seem like a safe alternative to the real thing. However, if you are recovering from an alcohol abuse disorder, your therapist, counselor or fellow
We’re in the midst of peak vacation season, but if you are still in the early stages of recovery, you may be unsure how to handle a sober summer vacation.
Summer is a season of hot weather and outdoor celebrations. There are midsummer bonfires, backyard sports competitions, family get-togethers and street festivals to attend, and alcohol features prominently at many
Deciding to enter a drug or alcohol rehab treatment program is never easy. Though you may know deep down you have a problem, you may believe you have the willpower
Co-occurring disorders do not discriminate. They can affect anyone, regardless of upbringing, education, age, race, financial situation or gender identity. When you simultaneously have addiction and a mental health disorder,
We at New Found Life believe in saving lives and rebuilding families through comprehensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment. Our programs prioritize each client’s physical, psychological, spiritual, and social needs
It is a sad reality that many Americans struggle with drug and alcohol addiction, and an even sadder fact that a large percentage of people who are addicted do not
Fear is part of the human experience, but one common fear many addicts share is that they are afraid of the recovery process itself. People often worry they will struggle
People with substance misuse disorders often find their relationships are the first area of their lives to suffer the strain. The deception and self-destructive behavior that accompany addiction erode trust,