3 Healthy Alternatives to Drugs and Alcohol After entering recovery, one of the hardest things to do is fill the leftover space in your mind and in your daily life. Spending so much of your time using drugs or alcohol can leave you feeling bored and unsatisfied throughout recovery, and it can often lead to…

Attractive, intelligent, and charming, Jodi is the mother of two daughters, the executive director of The GateHouse, and a natural leader with an expressive gift for gab. As a recovering addict, however, she’ll be the first to tell you it wasn’t always easy getting there.

Staying healthy in recovery can sometimes be overwhelmingly difficult. One of the main concerns facing people trying to stay sober is avoiding triggers that could result in a relapse. In this piece, we’ll discuss how to identify triggers and overcome them.

Restoring your human spirit and choosing to actively work on your recovery will give you the best possible foundation for a healthy, sober life.

Types of Treatments Available at Rehab Facilities   Entering the world of treatment and rehab facilities can be overwhelming. Before making the decision to enter rehab or talking to a loved one about treatment, it’s important to know the types of treatments available at rehab facilities. Inpatient Treatment Impatient treatment is typically the first form…

Finding the right treatment center for drug/alcohol addiction is vital to your recovery. Follow these guidelines to find an effective addiction center.

When someone in your home is struggling with an addiction to drugs or alcohol, it can add stress to the entire household; not only emotionally but financially, as well.

Outpatient therapy for alcohol and other drugs doesn’t require 24-hour care at a specialized facility. Instead, it offers treatment and support from professional counselors while you live at home or in a recovery-focused residence. For many people recovering from addiction, it’s a way to receive quality therapy without being away from work, school, or family.

With the grand opening on Monday, Feb. 12, 2018, the Gate House now runs six transitional living locations accommodating men and women separately throughout Lancaster County in addition to its Behavioral Health Services center on North Cherry Street in Lancaster city.

You deserve to live a life free from the stress and pain of abuse. And understanding the warning signs that indicate you’re being abused by an addicted person is the first step on the journey toward a healthier life.

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