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The Hidden Epidemic Among Our Frontline Heroes

Cases of overdose and other drug-related problems are increasing among our frontline heroes during the pandemic. Avoiding the coronavirus, and the potential risk of getting sick, by working from home is not an opportunity available to essential workers. According to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, this segment of the workforce conducts a range of … Read more

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5 Question to Ask Before Entering Detox

A short-term stay in a residential detox program can help clear your mind and body of cocaine, meth, benzos, heroin, alcohol and other substances. Once stabilized, you are prepared to enter a lower level of care such as PHP, IOP, OP, or dual-diagnosis treatment.

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Indiana Center for Recovery Launches new Alumni App

We here at Indiana Center for Recovery are thrilled to announce that we have a new tool for our alumni to help continue their recovery. With the Indiana Center for Recovery Alumni App, our alumni know that our community of like minded individuals are just a click away. We are committed to support our alumni … Read more

Common and mistaken beliefs about treatment and recovery

Common and Mistaken Beliefs about Treatment and Recovery

It’s not unusual for family members to have questions or misconceptions about addiction and recovery.  Maybe more than any other medical condition, the field of substance use disorders and addiction have been plagued with misinformation, stereotypes, and mistaken beliefs. We’d like to address the most common misconceptions here. Family Members and Loved Ones Often Believe… … Read more