Addiction Treatment Blog

What Happens to Your Body During Drug Withdrawal?

Drug withdrawal is a term that describes a set of symptoms your body experiences after you suddenly stop or reduce chronic use of drugs and alcohol. Withdrawal symptoms vary in type and severity level based on the substance being used, and on the lifespan of drug use....

ARC Feels Like Home – Samantha’s Story and Testimonial

When a person is overcoming addiction, it is imperative they feel comfortable where they are being treated. Our campus will become a second home, and no matter how many times a patient relapses in their journey, we will always welcome them back with open arms and no...

Using Medicare Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

For Medicare beneficiaries, treatment for substance use disorders is more accessible and affordable than ever before.  Adults aged 65 and older tend to face a higher number of health problems than their younger counterparts, which puts them at greater risk for...

Tips on how to Enjoy the Holidays Without Alcohol and Drugs

The holidays provide an opportunity to celebrate life and practice gratitude, but this joyous time of year can also be dangerous for those who overindulge in drugs and alcohol abuse. For instance, there were 5,505 drug overdose deaths that occurred in December of...

Resources for Veterans with Substance Abuse Disorders

Men and women who served in the military tend to suffer higher rates of substance abuse and addiction compared with the general population. An estimated 11% of veterans presenting for first-time care within the Veterans Affairs (VA) healthcare system have a substance...

Methamphetamine Abuse: What are the side effects

Methamphetamine, also referred to as meth, crystal, ice, and chalk, is a type of illicit drug with a white appearance and a bitter taste. It can be taken in various ways, including smoking, inhaling, snorting, or swallowing. Methamphetamine is technically a Schedule...

Opiate Withdrawal Symptoms and Treatment Options

Every day in the United States, an estimated 130 people die from an opioid overdose. Opioid use disorders can be safely and effectively treated at opiate drug rehab centers using medical detox and a range of behavioral therapies. Here’s what you need to know about...

MHN Insurance for Medical Detox and Drug Rehab

Managed Health Network (MHN) offers behavioral health benefits for its members who need help fighting substance use disorders and mental illness. If you or a loved one is suffering from drug or alcohol addiction and have MHN insurance, your benefits may allow you to...

What are the Advantages of Medical Detox

Medical drug detox is the first stage of treatment for substance use disorders. Medical detox treats drug and alcohol dependence and safely manages the physical symptoms of withdrawal. Alone, medical detox does little to change long-term drug use, but when combined...

Fentanyl Addiction and Treatment Programs

Fentanyl is a highly potent opioid drug between 50 and 100 times stronger than morphine. Fentanyl addiction is extremely dangerous and can lead to death.  America's Rehab Campuses uses evidence-based treatments that can help you or a loved one successfully fight...

What Happens at Heroin Rehab?

Heroin is used by an estimated 494,000 people in the United States and was linked to over 15,000 overdose deaths in 2017. Heroin is a highly addictive illicit opioid that can be difficult to stop using without professional help. A heroin rehab center offers drug...

Why Choose a Medical Detox for Withdrawal from Drugs and Alcohol?

Medical detox is often the first stage of drug and alcohol addiction treatment. Just like any other drug rehab program, medical detox treatments are often personalized for each patient based on factors such as age, medical history, and the substances the person was...

What is Vicodin

Vicodin is one of the most common drugs involved in prescription opioid overdose deaths in the U.S. Knowing what Vicodin is and how this drug works can help you and your loved ones stay safe and avoid a drug overdose. Those who want to stop using Vicodin but can’t due...

Drug Rehab Programs for Veterans

An estimated 11% of veterans are diagnosed with a substance use disorder. Veterans tend to suffer high rates of substance abuse and mental illness due to factors such as exposure to violence, war, and combat. Drug rehab treatment is available for veterans who need...

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