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Do I Need Inpatient Treatment?

Inpatient treatment can give those struggling with and recovering from addiction a safe and structured environment to detox and get treatment with a higher chance of avoiding relapse. Residential treatment at an accredited facility, like Solution Based Treatment, can be the best solution for those facing addiction. If you or a loved one may benefit…

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Why You Need an Inpatient Alcohol Rehab

Residential alcohol treatment programs are a great option to receive focused care in a home-like setting to provide a smooth transition from detox to treatment and therapy. Clients are able to receive the 24/7 physical, emotional, and psychological support they need from an experienced clinical team. Inpatient alcohol rehab provides a safe and supportive environment…

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Dangers of Self-Medicating with Alcohol

If self-medication feels like the only way to seek relief, our addiction treatment center at Solution Based Treatment and Detox can help you regain what you’ve lost and move on with your life. It might seem like an easy option, but actually addressing the reason you’re drinking can offer long-term relief. People often self-medicate with…

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Common Suboxone Side Effects

If you or a loved one is trying to overcome opioid dependence, medication-assisted treatment (MAT) can be a very effective treatment option. If you are experiencing treatment-resistant opioid use disorder and continue to relapse, Suboxone may be helpful to you. When used correctly, Suboxone helps block the effects opioids have on the brain. We may…

family support groups for addiction

Family Support Groups for Addiction

One of the most effective parts of getting treatment for drug or alcohol addiction is having access to an addiction support group for the person in need of treatment and their family. If you’re a family member of someone struggling with addiction, one who is currently in substance use disorder treatment, or they are in…

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Most Common Benzo Addiction Symptoms

Benzodiazepines – also called “benzos” – include Xanax, Klonopin, and Valium, among many other drugs. These medications work well for the treatment of severe anxiety and seizures. But they are highly addictive, and unfortunately, too many medical doctors and psychiatrists overprescribe benzos. As a result, addiction in the United States is at an all-time high,…