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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      01-11-18 | By

      Treatment Center Uses Navy Seal Tactics To Promote Growth

      “I think that a predisposition to substance abuse mean’s that you’re smart, capable, and have the ability to achieve great things.” Justin McMillen is the founder and CEO of Tree House Recovery, an all-male treatment facility based in Orange County, California that is changing the standard of how addiction treatment is performed. Treehouse started over … Continued

      01-08-18 | By

      The Ultimate Relapse Toolkit

      So you’ve been sober for awhile. You’re starting to feel better about yourself. You get the car back, the significant other back, the job back, and all of a sudden you find yourself losing your balance on this new way of life that you’ve come to learn. You’re caught on a slippery slope. Falling Backwards … Continued

      06-15-17 | By

      Am I Addicted? – 8 Questions You Need to Ask Yourself

      am I addicted?

      Am I addicted? You may want to think about your uncle, aunt, friends, or coworkers. You know they have a problem and you wonder, “Are they addicted?” That’s a wonderful question to ask, but today let’s find out if you’re addicted — if you have something going on that you just can’t seem to break … Continued