Partnership between Connecticut Harm Reduction Alliance and Connecticut Addiction Medicine to service vulnerable populations in Connecticut.
Family therapy can be very helpful for people with addiction. It can help them decide to enter or stay in treatment. It can reduce their risk of dropping out of treatment. It also can reduce their continued use of alcohol or drugs, discourage relapse, and promote long-term recovery.
Of the millions of Americans who misuse, or are dependent on alcohol or drugs, most have families. If someone close to you misuses alcohol or drugs, seek help.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse provides updated information about a variety of addictive substances. In this post, we share facts about cocaine.
During recovery from opioid addiction, many individuals experience uncomfortable withdrawal symptoms. SUBLOCADE injections minimize the effects of withdrawal to ensure a higher rate of success in overcoming opioid addiction.