1. Why Drug Abuse Treatment Doesn’t Always Work (part 2)

    (And How To Up Your Chances That it WILL Work) In the last blog post from our residential drug and alcohol rehab program in Texas, we looked at three of the reasons why drug abuse treatment doesn’t always work. If you’re like most people, you want to attend a program that actually does work, and you want to be rewarded for your efforts to stay clean and sober by tasting that success. Here are …Read More

  2. Why Drug Abuse Treatment Doesn’t Always Work (part 1)

    (And How To Up Your Chances That It WILL Work) The point of drug abuse treatment is to help you to become sober and stay sober. However, if you’ve ever been to rehab and relapsed, or if you’ve known someone who has, you know that it doesn’t always work. No one wants to waste their time on something that doesn’t work, so let’s take a look into some of the most common reasons that drug reh…Read More

  3. Does Drug Abuse Treatment Actually Work?

    If you are looking into treatment for drug abuse for yourself or a loved one, you may be wondering to yourself, “Yeah, but does that really work? Is it just a bunch of psycho-babble and gobbledy-gook that doesn’t actually do anyone any good?” We don’t blame you a bit if you’re skeptical of the results you can expect when you enroll in on-site drug or alcohol rehab. However, in our more t…Read More

  4. 7 Questions You Should Ask When Enrolling in Drug Abuse Treatment

      If you are looking for a drug abuse treatment program for yourself or for a loved one, it can be a bewildering process to distinguish between all the different choices that are out there. When every program claims to be the best drug rehab center or have the most effective recovery model, how do you sort through all the clutter to find what will truly be the best fit for you? The first thing th…Read More