Staying Sober After Treatment Ends

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Staying sober after recovery - photo: John Minchillo/Associated Press
Staying sober after recovery – photo: John Minchillo/Associated Press

Staying sober after treatment can be very difficult. Imagine having to maintain good physical and mental health and housing, while attempting to live with a sense of normalcy. Relapse is much more likely without proper care and access to resources. A deeper look into the “Detox-rehab churn” illustrates that addiction is a chronic disease that requires long-term care. Providing services and resources for people who are at their most vulnerable is most important.  For full story, please visit Staying Sober After Treatment Ends. (New York Times) 

Treatment helps. People can and do recover.

Need help? Contact MDC’s Center for Substance Abuse and Recovery at (253) 284-7840 and Detoxification services at (353) 593-2413

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