When those struggling with addiction search for treatment in their area, they often come across non profit rehab centers. These locations help people who don’t have the means to pay for treatment out-of-pocket. Of course, non profit rehab centers also welcome anyone else who requires treatment for drug addiction as well. Memphis Recovery Centers, for…Details
Have you ever asked yourself, “Am I an alcoholic?” Although drinking alcohol doesn’t make you an alcoholic, millions of people have an alcohol abuse problem they can’t admit to. Ask yourself the following questions to determine if you are a candidate for alcohol addiction treatment. Can You Cut Back Without a Problem? Increased tolerance is…Details
Meet July’s spotlight employee Cynthia Gray Farmer! Cynthia has been working in our programs at MRC for 13 years. As the Clinical Supervisor, she is always working hard to find new ways to implement clinical strategies with her peers. Cynthia’s creativity truly shines when she is working with the patients and it is always exciting to see what she has planned next!
Being a parent to a teen user is extremely troubling. Prioritizing your teen’s well-being is already your biggest concern. If your child has a drug addiction, you may wonder where you went wrong. What can you do to find drug addiction help? Read on to find the answers you’re looking for. Drug Addiction Help Starts…Details
There is no doubt that abusing heroin negatively impacts your life. The heroin epidemic, however, doesn’t only affect those who use. It can also affect families in many ways. Take a closer look at how the drug can destroy families and future generations and learn how to overcome heroin addiction. The Financial Toll of Heroin…Details
If you’re looking for a drug rehab center in Memphis, Tennessee, you’ll have access to various programs. However, it’s important to find the right one for your recovery. In order to identify the best rehabilitation centers in Memphis TN, keep the following guidelines in mind. Variety of Rehab Program Formats Drug rehab shouldn’t be a…Details
Meet June’s spotlight employee DeMarius Foy! DeMarius has been working with the youth at MRC for a little over a year. He teaches English and History at our on-campus school (Transitions Learning Center) and does an incredible job motivating and encouraging patients. We are so grateful to have DeMarius on our team!
Drug or alcohol addiction was once considered a “bad habit.” Because addiction is often associated with personal blame and shame, it made seeking help difficult. Today, the addiction definition has been updated. While there’s still somewhat of a stigma, most of society no longer casts out struggling individuals. How Is the Addiction Definition Understood Today?…Details
Check out what’s new at MRC! Summertime We are kicking off the summer at MRC in a big way with lots of outdoor activities! Just this month, patients have had field day, picnics, water balloons, sidewalk chalk art therapy, and planted flower beds. Our counselors have big plans to incorporate several exciting treatment activities where…Details