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Why Rehab Aftercare is So Important

Going through addiction rehab is a solid first step towards long-term sobriety. Throughout treatment, you’ll meet with professionals and go through various forms of therapy. The goal is to help you uncover the sources of your addiction and then provide you with the tools you need to stay clean. However, many people aren’t sure what the next step should be. For this reason, rehab aftercare is the best way for you to ensure your long-term recovery. What is Rehab Aftercare? Rehab aftercare is a way that you can stay connected and accountable. Many people don’t realize it, but leaving treatment ... Read more

What Is Crack Cocaine?

Most people know of the drug cocaine. However, what about crack cocaine? Some people know the name, but they don’t know what it really is. Below is more information that can help them answer the question, “What is crack cocaine?” What Is Crack Cocaine? Crack is simply cocaine in a crystal form. These crystals are typically yellow, but sometimes they’re white or a pale rose pink. Normally, cocaine comes in a powder that people snort. Unlike traditional cocaine, people have to heat and smoke crack. The name comes from the sound that the crystals make when people heat them. They ... Read more

Physical and Psychological Effects of Heroin

The effects of heroin are one of the main reasons that so many people struggle to get sober. The physical and psychological effects are extremely difficult to deal with once you become dependent. One of the reasons there’s such a stigma surrounding addiction is that people don’t understand these effects. The good news is that learning about these effects may help you begin a life of sobriety. The Physical Effects of Heroin When it comes to heroin, the first thing people often think about is the sickness withdrawal causes. This sickness happens because the drug has been occupying your opioid ... Read more

3 Signs of Meth Abuse

When struggling with meth addiction, the best chance that someone has to overcome it is to get help quickly. Unfortunately, people who have a meth addiction don’t typically seek help themselves. It’s up to friends and family members to spot signs of meth abuse and then help them seek treatment. Below is more information about the top three signs that someone is a meth abuser. What Is Meth? Meth is short for methamphetamine. The drug itself is a powerful and very addictive stimulant. It attacks the central nervous system and gives people a burst of energy. Meth comes in a ... Read more

5 Telltale Signs of Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is common in today’s society and many people use it to socialize or relax. Because it’s a legal substance, problems with its use go undetected more easily than those of illicit drugs. It’s for this reason that recognizing when your loved one has a problem with alcohol can be so difficult. Let’s try to clear things up by examining some specific signs of alcohol addiction. About Alcohol Addiction First, we should define what is meant by alcohol addiction. Some drinking may simply be problematic, but it can still lead to a full-blown addiction. So it’s important to be aware ... Read more

Sneak Peek Into a Day at Drug Rehab Facilities

If someone you love is dealing with a substance abuse problem, you may be worried about what it will take to get clean and sober. There’s a lot of misinformation out there about rehab centers, and you probably don’t know what to expect. What’s important to know is that drug rehab facilities exist to help you overcome addiction as smoothly as possible. About Drug Rehab Facilities Drug rehab facilities are places that help you to get past your substance abuse problem by supporting you in learning new behaviors and understanding the reasons behind your drug use. Both inpatient and outpatient ... Read more

How Does Detox Work?

“How does detox work?” Detox, short for detoxification, is a process that refers to the portion of substance abuse treatment that removes the toxins from the patient’s body. This is an essential part of overcoming most drug addictions, but it can often be misunderstood. Detox is a crucial part of the addiction recovery process, and it doesn’t have to be as difficult or scary as many people think. About Drug Detox When people become dependent upon substances such as drugs or alcohol, removing those things from their systems can be quite risky. Withdrawal, without supervision, can lead to problems such ... Read more

What Is Structural Family Therapy?

Drug or alcohol addiction causes problems in all areas of a person’s life, and it can stem from earlier life experiences. Therefore, getting to the heart of the issue is important. One type of therapy is quite effective at helping not only the addicted individual but also those who are close to this person. Structural family therapy, or SFT, helps to address the patterns that developed between family members and to find solutions for better understanding.   About Structural Family Therapy Sometimes, mental health issues such as personality disorders, depression, and anxiety can exist within families. These issues become interwoven ... Read more

What a Day at Drug Treatment Centers Is Like

Most people who struggle with drug addiction know that they need help. However, they often don’t seek assistance because they don’t know what to expect from drug treatment centers. Knowing what to expect can make attending rehab less intimidating. What Is a Typical Day at Drug Treatment Centers A typical day at a rehab center depends greatly on the facility itself. In general, most drug treatment centers start people with a hearty breakfast. They typically like for their clients to get an early start to the day too. Having a reasonable schedule helps people develop healthy living habits.   After ... Read more

Employee Spotlight: February 2018

Meet Aline! Meet February’s spotlight employee, Aline! Aline is a Clinical Assistant at MRC, and has been a part of our team for almost seven years! Aline has a desire to help people and inspire the next generation, and we are grateful for her hard work and dedication. Give Memphis Recovery a call at 866-304-8254 to begin your recovery process.