The Transtheoretical Model of Change helps to identify and explain the levels of transition your loved one experiences when considering recovery from addiction. The American Psychological Association publishes a clear definition of the term "addiction." Your loved one...read more
We always feel a strong attachment to our neighbors. We see them so often that they’re practically family, even if we don’t know much about them. However, when a addicted neighbor is potentially struggling, it’s a tricky situation. You don’t want to see them...read more
When a loved one enters an addiction treatment program, he or she must follow different phases of treatment based on the situation and his or her current health. Each individual follows a five-phase step-down model of treatment that focuses on individual needs and...read more
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