Drug Binge: What to do When an Addict Disappears

A drug binge may cause an addict to disappear

After a blissful month of rebuilding your new life with a loved one who’s in recovery, you wake up one day to only find the hope you resurrected has disappeared along with them. As scary as it seems, if you’re a family member of an addict or an addict yourself, then you should be familiar […]

How Women Became Affected by Opioid Epidemic

As the government begins to fan the spark for treatment programs, opioid addictions continue to elude these initiatives as studies show just how vast this drug trend is. In 2015, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released a report that correlated the widespread of prescription drugs among women ages 15 to 44. According […]

California Highlands to Honor National Recovery Month

National Recovery Month is here! September marks NRM, which means California Highlands, along with the rest of Delphi Behavioral Health Group’s facilities, has some exciting plans for its readers. California Highlands will promote four feature articles about prescription pill addiction, the stigma behind women and drug addiction, and how to be more mindful during treatment […]

13th-stepping: How to avoid the trap

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Two people meet. They may do a little “harmless” flirting. There may be a light, slightly lingering touch on the arm here and there, and they might hold each other’s gaze a little too long to be just casual. There’s no denying the chemistry that sparked immediately when their eyes met for the first time, […]

Loving an Addict

Loving an addict can be difficult. Drug or alcohol addiction does not happen overnight. Your loved one did not wake up and decide to become an addicted individual. He or she likely went through several stages before getting to the spot they are in right now. This is just as scary for them as it […]