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Does Medicaid Cover Medical Detox and Drug Rehab in Arizona?

Substance abuse disorders and addiction affect nearly 12% of people with Medicaid over the age of 18. But for those who live in Arizona and have Medicaid, addiction treatment can be difficult to find since only a few drug rehabs that  can accept medicaid for medical...

Should I Travel for Rehab?

Now that you or your loved one has decided to begin addiction treatment, your next step is choosing a drug rehab center. While there may be plenty of local rehab centers near your home, you don’t necessarily need to stay in your area while recovering from addiction....

Jamie Lee Curtis Opens Up About Secret 10-Year Opioid Addiction

Jamie Lee Curtis recently revealed to People magazine that she struggled with opioid addiction for 10 years during most of the 1990's. The 59-year-old actress best known for starring in the movies Halloween, True Lies, and A Fish Called Wanda said absolutely nobody...

Common Holiday Triggers to Avoid Relapses

Holidays are meant to be joyous, happy occasions that bring friends and family together. But for some, holidays can pose a risk for substance abuse and relapse due to reasons such as stress, loneliness, and increased access to drugs and alcohol. If you or a loved one...

Top 7 Signs My Wife or Husband Might Be an Alcoholic

Everyone likes a drink now and then, but when excessive drinking becomes a habit, it’s known as an alcohol use disorder (AUD). An AUD poses serious risks to the health and safety of the individual in question and requires treatment at both an alcohol detox center and...

FDA May Soon Approve New Opioid 10 Times Stronger than Fentanyl

Opioids have contributed to hundreds of thousands of deaths within the last decade, yet drug manufacturers are continuing to release new opioids for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. The FDA is currently in the process of approving a new painkiller called...

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