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PTSD & Addiction: How to Help Your Spouse Find Residential Addiction Treatment
By Acqua Recovery on January 7, 2022

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...

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How to Deal With an Addicted Spouse In Denial
By Acqua Recovery on December 31, 2021

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...

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Codependency & Addiction: Are You Enabling Your Addicted Spouse?
By Acqua Recovery on October 15, 2021

As much as the science of addiction is a product of only the last few decades, an understanding of how substance use disorder affects the people surrounding it is even more nascent....

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Helping an Addicted Spouse: Can Rehab Save Your Marriage?
By Acqua Recovery on July 16, 2021

Having an addicted spouse can be frustrating and emotionally draining. You may even feel like giving up on your partner and your relationship. Before you decide to get separated or divorced...

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A Veterans Guide to Addiction Treatment

This is the land of the free because of the brave. However, bravery comes with a price. Too often, the very ones who fight for our country are left with deep physical and emotional scars that seem impossible to heal. Among those is the disease of addiction.

If you are a veteran struggling with addiction or have a loved one who is, you are not alone. Even if it doesn’t seem like there is a way out, recovery from substance use disorder is possible for anyone and we are committed to giving our veterans the support and tools they need to find it.