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Faith-Based Recovery Groups

There are many approaches to recovery. Many of the most effective addiction recovery programs involve elements of religion or spirituality. While they aren’t a requirement for sobriety, faith-based recovery groups can offer a number of advantages to individuals ready to overcome addiction. To learn about our faith-based recovery options at Soledad House, contact us today…

a woman practices spiritual recovery from addiction

Employing Spiritual Recovery from Addiction

Far too often, we think of addiction as little more than a brain disease. Although it’s true that this most certainly meets the clinical definition, it doesn’t cover the whole problem. Substance abuse affects the whole person including your health, emotions, mental state, and spirituality. For this reason, it’s vital not to overlook spiritual recovery…

a woman holds a bottle of alcohol and wonders how addiction affects families

How Addiction Affects Families

Research shows that families experience negative consequences when a close relative has a substance use disorder (SUD). Unfortunately, oftentimes, those who become addicted believe self-harm only hurts them. By realizing how addiction affects families, those suffering from SUD should ask for help, if not for their sake, for the well-being of their loved ones. Communication…