If you or your loved one are struggling with drug or alcohol addiction, you have come to the right place. Division On Addictions is an organization that was created for the sole purpose of helping those who are affected by an alcohol or drug addiction problem to locate a local rehab center near them.
Insomnia During Drug and Alcohol Recovery
For the estimated 21.7 million people each year who seek substance use treatment, the journey is long and full of challenges. As many people in recovery know, the path forward typically
involves mild to severe interruptions in your sleeping patterns. We’ll walk you through the science behind why, and provide strategies and resources to support you along the way.
Financial hardship is common among those recovering from addiction, but there are resources that provide financial aid for drug rehab. Individuals in recovery have access to grants,
non-profit and private programs, personal funding, and insurance to manage the expense of rehab.
Addiction is a complex and serious issue that affects all types of communities in the United States. While anyone can develop a substance use disorder (SUD), there are specific
communities that are more susceptible than others. Certain cases require specialized care and treatment.
About Our New Hampshire Drug Rehab Centers
Every treatment facility charges differently. Depending on the needs of the treatment seeker, the options for paying for rehab will vary. No matter what insurance you have, or if you have to pay out of pocket, there is a treatment center out there willing to work with you to help you recover.
Established for over 15 years, the Abbeycare Group provides treatment for those suffering with alcohol and drug addictions with proven outcomes.
Abbeycare Group are residential addiction treatment clinics situated throughout the UK. With rehab clinics in Scotland, between Glasgow and Edinburgh, in Newmarket less than an hour from London and our flagship clinic in Gloucestershire, we treat people suffering with alcohol and drug addiction and the problems associated with substance dependence and misuse and have a proven track record.
The Connection Between Homelessness and Addiction
In 2017, there were approximately 554,000 homeless people in the United States. The US homeless population is increasing yearly, particularly in younger age ranges. Tragically, homelessness and addiction go hand in hand. The end result of homelessness is often substance abuse, and substance abuse often contributes to homelessness. The National Coalition for the Homeless has found that 38% of homeless people are alcohol dependent, and 26% are dependent on other harmful chemicals.