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Whether you or someone you know needs help conquering a drug or alcohol-related addiction, we are here to help by providing assessments and counseling to get you or your loved one on the road to recovery.
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What is a Party Bus?
At its core, a party bus is simply a vehicle intended for a large group of people (usually 10+) to have a great time while traveling somewhere. While party busses are not used exclusively for drinking, many advertise inclusion of a minibar. Some party busses are also used for pub crawls, which only adds to their intoxication.
So, a bunch of people together in a moving … [Read More]
What is a trigger for heroin use disorder?
Like the trigger of a gun, a trigger for an addict is the event or emotion that drives you toward your addiction--like cause and effect. The trigger or cause creates a craving in the addict, prompting the effect of using their substance.
One of the most important steps toward addiction recovery is to identify your triggers, and either avoid them, or … [Read More]
What is a trigger for alcohol use disorder (AUD)?
Think of a trigger in terms of cause and effect. When operating a gun, pulling the trigger is the cause, and the gun firing is the effect.
Alcohol use disorder (AUD), colloquially known as alcoholism, can operate by the same rules. There is often an inciting event (cause) that prompts you to drink (effect). Sometimes this is an internal … [Read More]
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