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Family Impact on Patient Sobriety

Family is important for many people even when they are not going through addiction treatment. For many of those going through addiction treatment, family will be their biggest support system when they come home. While your loved one is in treatment at Recovery Ways we understand that you may miss them and want to stay…

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The Right Level of Care

There are many factors for determining what kind of treatment one receives and for how long. Some of those factors include: length of time someone spent using the substance, method of use, severity of use, their social support network, their level of motivation and willingness, severity of medical or psychiatric issues, their living environment, and…

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The Recovery Admissions Process

Starting the recovery process can seem intimidating and unpleasant.Take the time to realize and understand that if you do not start this process you can/will lose those you love the most, lose control, and can possibly lose your freedom by being arrested, and even lose your life. While starting treatment may seem scary, a lot…

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Hispanic Addiction Rates in Utah

Today is Cinco de Mayo, a day for many Americans and Mexican-Americans with hispanic ancestry to celebrate with delicious mexican food and drinks. This day in Mexico is usually celebrated most in the state of Puebla de Los Angeles where the battle happened that made this day so popular. On May 5, 1862 the vastly…

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Mental Health Month

Every year millions of Americans face the reality of living with a mental health condition. May is Mental Health Month, National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) and participants across the country help bring awareness to mental health. Each year they fight stigma, provide support, educate the public and advocate for equal care. Each year, the…

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