Working while struggling with drug or alcohol addiction is a Catch-22: If you don’t seek help, you could be fired. Still, you might also believe that seeking help could cause you to lose...Continue Reading
If you feel like you've been drinking more since the beginning of COVID-19, you're not alone. In a time of great turmoil, many people turned to alcohol in the hopes of quieting the anxiety,...Continue Reading
According to our latest analysis, 85% of Acqua Recovery clients reported at least moderate symptoms of depression, anxiety, PTSD, or another mental health issue at intake. That number is...Continue Reading
If your spouse is struggling with addiction, it might not surprise you to know that according to one recent study, substance abuse was cited as the reason behind 34.6% of divorces in the...Continue Reading
Oh, there’s no place like home for the holidays…for better, or for worse! There is excitement in the air, renewed hope, and happiness. For some, there’s also tension, disappointment,...Continue Reading
Addiction is a chronic disease, much like diabetes or cancer. As with those illnesses, unfortunately, a recurrence of the disease of addiction is possible even after many years of recovery....Continue Reading
They’re the best of times and the worst of times. Paradoxically, the holiday season can be as challenging as it is joyful — and for some, it’s just plain painful. That’s especially true for...Continue Reading
The decision to pursue addiction treatment can be one of the most important decisions that you or your family ever make. Unfortunately, it often comes at a time when you are overwhelmed,...Continue Reading
If you have a loved one who is using heroin, you’re not alone. In 2006, 90,000 people tried heroin for the first time, the National Survey on Drug Use & Health Found. By 2016, that number...Continue Reading
The friends and family of America’s vets understand all too well what it feels like to be consumed with worry and fear for your loved one. When addiction is the foe your vet is facing, it’s even more painful. Addiction is a cunning, baffling, and powerful adversary. Luckily, no one has to face addiction alone – and that includes military families and the loved ones of vets.
Helping a veteran find freedom from addiction is possible for anyone, and it may be even easier than you think.