Posts Tagged ‘support’

The Dangers of a Weak Support Network

The Dangers of a Weak Support Network

Any treatment facility will emphasize the importance of a strong support network. This support can make or break the success of your early recovery. Your treatment program should foster the chance to create connections with other clients in your program.  Take these connections with you when leaving treatment. Even if you live across the country,…

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How Virtual Connections Can Help

How Virtual Connections Can Help

The past few decades have produced some of the most significant technological advances to date. Examples of those advances include the creation of social media sites, the evolution of instant messaging to text messaging on our smartphones, and of course, the smartphone itself. Technology has even come so far as to allow you to speak…

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Handling Grief During Recovery

Handling Grief During Recovery

People are connected by many different things. Sometimes that includes a shared interest, hobby, activity, mutual relationship, and in many cases, shared tribulations. One thing that connects every person in the world to each other is death. While it may sound morbid, death is something that everyone has in common. Everyone eventually experiences it for…

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Continuous Community Support Throughout COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic hit hard last March, shutting practically everything down. A common question most of us had was, “what do we do now?” While the transition to providing telemental health services proved difficult, we at Lakehouse Recovery embodied the concept of just making it work, and that’s what we did. Over a year into…

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