• Millennials and Addiction Treatment

    Treatment

    Whether you’re a millennial thinking about getting help for an addiction or you’re the concerned parent of a young person who might need help, this eBook is for you. Millennials are a unique population group compared to older generations. To understand the best approach to treating addiction for millennials, it’s…

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  • Leaving Work or School to Attend Treatment: 3 Things You Should Know

    Treatment

    Seeking inpatient therapy for addiction means leaving work or school to attend treatment. While getting treatment for an addiction is critical, it’s not always easy to leave your obligations behind. It’s key to understand what options are available so you can make getting mentally and physically healthy your top priority—while…

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  • The Importance of Environment in Addiction Treatment and Recovery

    Treatment

    Your environment includes many influences that can affect the likelihood of developing an addiction or relapsing once you’re in recovery, and it’s an important factor in successful recovery from addiction. Environment refers to the conditions and circumstances that surround you at any given time. From the treatment environment to your…

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  • Signs of Substance Use Disorder in Millennials

    Addiction

    Millennials are a pretty optimistic group with a keen interest in social justice and environmental stewardship. While millennials have continued the steady decline of drug abuse that was started by Generation X, a substance use disorder in millennials is still a major problem. Millennials between the ages of 18 and…

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  • 9 Ways Therapy Transforms Your Life Beyond Ending Your Addiction

    Recovery

    Living with addiction affects every aspect of your life. It can cause or worsen a range of physical and mental health problems. It saps your motivation and energy and leads you to neglect hobbies and activities you used to enjoy. It causes relationship problems, financial difficulties and legal troubles. According…

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  • A Look at Millennial Mental Health

    General

    Millennials are the generation of people born between 1980 and 1994. Millennial mental health has particular characteristics that set it apart from other generations. The millennial generation may have many of the same mental health issues as their predecessors, but research shows that millennials are experiencing more of these issues…

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  • Relaxation Techniques to Help Prevent Relapse

    Recovery

    Stress is a common factor in developing an addiction, and it’s a major trigger for relapse.1 Whether it comes from everyday worries, finances, family dysfunction or the demands of work or school, effectively coping with stress is crucial for successful recovery. An important focus of any high-quality treatment program is…

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  • Are Millennials More at Risk for Addiction?

    Addiction

    Millennials are more at risk for addiction than previous generations, due to the fundamentally different environment they were raised in and now live in. Financial stress, decreased emotional support and weakening social connections have all contributed to a different way of life for millennials compared to their parents. Previous generations…

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