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5 Benefits of Family Therapy Programs

Added ByRed Oak RecoveryRed Oak RecoveryMeet The Editorial TeamMedically Reviewed BySharon FindlaySharon Findlay read morePublished: June 12, 2022Updated: June 29, 2022The family is one of the most fundamental support systems a person has. When a loved one struggles with addiction, the whole family is affected. If you’re considering treatment for your addiction, you may be…

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Choosing a Family Therapist in the Asheville, NC Area

Added ByRed Oak RecoveryRed Oak RecoveryMeet The Editorial TeamPublished: August 31, 2021Updated: August 18, 2021Often, when people are battling addiction, they aren’t fighting alone. There are family members and friends in the trenches with them, day in and day out. It’s very fortunate to be surrounded by people who care about you. However, when a…

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How to Care for Your Mental and Emotional Health

Added ByRed Oak RecoveryRed Oak RecoveryMeet The Editorial TeamPublished: June 12, 2021Updated: October 8, 2021The percentage of young adults struggling with mental health conditions has increased in America over the years. Many of these young people suffer alone from depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder. If you or someone you care about struggles with their…

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Benefits of Having a Sober Summer Vacation

Added ByRed Oak RecoveryRed Oak RecoveryMeet The Editorial TeamPublished: June 7, 2021Updated: June 25, 2021Between the months of June and August every year, people around the country go on summer vacation. It’s a time to gather as a family, take a break from work, and, in many instances, enjoy delicious meals. However, one tradition may…

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How to Get the Most Out of Family Therapy

Added ByRed Oak RecoveryRed Oak RecoveryMeet The Editorial TeamPublished: January 1, 2020Updated: May 7, 2021The United States government defines addiction as a chronic disease identified by seeking drugs and using them. The use is compulsive, or difficult to control, despite its devastating results. According to SAMHSA, over 164 million people used an illicit substance within the…