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Is Silicon Valley Addicted To “Smart” Drugs?

In the high-flying, fast-paced world of Silicon Valley, techies are pushing the limits each and every day to produce the latest innovation or obtain that next round of funding. With stakes so high, an increasing number of individuals in the technology sector are turning to smart drugs to gain a competitive edge and to maximize their abilities.

Silicon Valley And Their Obsession With Smart Drugs

Nootropics, also referred to as cognitive enhancers or smart drugs, are becoming increasingly popular in Silicon Valley circles where there is extreme competition and laser focus on achievement. Many involved in technology are fresh out of college where they used drugs, like Adderall and Ritalin, to help them study and excel on tests. Once transitioning to careers, drug use often continues and becomes even more serious due to relentless work demands.

Even some high-level executives and business owners within Silicon Valley are experimenting with smart drugs to keep their competitive edge. A few notable individuals, such as investor and entrepreneur Dave Asprey, even admit to using them and justify it by claiming that they improve quality of life.

Watch Dave Asprey’s candid insight on smart drugs in Silicon Valley via CNN:

Do Smart Drugs Improve Brain Power?

There are only a few drugs that have been proven to improve cognitive abilities. The most common of these are caffeine and nicotine. Amphetamine pharmaceuticals also fall into this category, such as Adderall and dextroamphetamine. Others have been developed to treat cognitive or motor function disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease and ADHD.

The use of these drugs has been shown to temporarily increase productivity and alertness, but there are adverse effects, including the risk of addiction. A growing number of individuals in Silicon Valley are seeking treatment for addiction to smart drugs. For some, drugs being used specifically for performance enhancement are having the opposite effect by creating a relentless addiction that disrupts productivity and the ability to function at a higher level.

Learn about the dark side of smart drugs via BBC News:

What Is The Future Of Smart Drugs In Silicon Valley?

As competition only continues to grow with tech professionals all vying to earn their first five million by 25, use of drugs to support long hours and intensely complex work will only increase. Likewise, the number of individuals who fall into the trap of addiction will increase, as well.

Don’t Wait To Get Help

Addiction doesn’t go away on its own, and it requires professional treatment. Don’t ignore the signs of addiction. Call for help now and learn how you can live a productive, successful life without drugs.

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Binge Drinking In College: What You Need To Know

College LectureAlthough studies suggest underage drinking, including binge drinking, is on the decline, the fight to curb alcohol consumption among college students is far from finished. The same data that shows that underage binge drinking is down cannot confirm that the situation has gotten significantly better for college-aged Americans.

In general, heavy alcohol consumption among college students impacts a wide variety of people beyond the ones doing the drinking. Those who can be affected negatively include, but are not limited to:

  • Parents of those students
  • Deans and other university officials
  • Campus and local police
  • Residents and property owners near the campus

College drinking typically takes place at the following locations: fraternity parties, residence halls, athletic events (tailgating, most likely), off-campus housing areas, bars and restaurants near campus, and in or nearby concert venues. The farther the drinking location is from campus, the higher probability a student will drive drunk or ride with somebody who’s intoxicated as they make their way back toward the school.

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Why Is It Important That Your Rehab Is Private?

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Private Road to Summit Estate Recovery Center

When Does Private Drug Rehab Matter?

Making the decision to seek treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction is very personal. You may have been supported by your friends and family, or you may have come to the decision on your own. Either way, you are probably not ready to let the cat out of the bag to everyone.

A private rehab can also be important if you’re in a position where the knowledge of your addiction treatment would not be ideal, such as an executive in a well-known company, seeking a political career, a leader in the community, etc.

Right now you want to focus on your recovery and work through your problems without any distraction.

You Decide Who Knows Or Who Doesn’t

When you commit to a private drug and alcohol rehab in San Jose such as Summit Estate, no one will be informed of your participation aside from your insurance company and the individuals you choose to tell. However, most clients have specific individuals that they include in their care. We will coordinate with these individuals and keep them updated on your progress.

When first coming to treatment, you will fill out a “release of information” form. This document outlines what type of information can be shared with each party. Clients appreciate this because they are able to keep loved ones in the loop without revealing too much. We want you to feel comfortable in opening up during your counseling sessions without worrying about what your loved ones will find out.

Optimal Staff-to-Client Ratio

At Summit Estate, we are also happy to report that our private drug rehab program has a very intimate setting. We are a six-bed facility located in northern California. We have 30 staff members and a maximum of six clients at a time. Because of this ideal staff-to-client ratio, each client gets highly personalized treatment.

Confidentiality Amongst Peers

Each one of our clients is educated on our privacy requirements and expected to follow them. We take confidentiality very seriously and expect our clients to as well.

Private And Serene Rehab In The San Jose Area

Aerial View of Serenity at Summit

Aerial View of Serenity at Summit

Our private and serene setting coupled with our luxury atmosphere includes a spa, yoga studio, private gym, professionally decorated bedrooms and more. We’re also perfectly situated on 23 acres of gardens, orchards and hiking trails as well as our own fishing lake. These amenities  are what sets our treatment center apart from the rest.

If you or a loved one is struggling with drug or alcohol abuse and want to seek personalized treatment in a private and serene setting in the San Jose area, contact Summit Estate Recovery Center today. We will treat you with the respect and care that you deserve. Call now.

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Healthy Recipe For Recovery: Easy Garlic Salmon & Asparagus In Foil

Health In Recovery

Healthy eating is important for all of us, but it’s especially crucial for recovering addicts who are building up their mental and physical energy. The right nutrients aid in healing the body and producing more feel-good chemicals in the brain. But not all foods are treated equal. So how can you choose a great tasting meal that provides you with the right nutrients?

You’re in luck! We have a delicious and nutritious meal to help you out. This tasty Garlic Salmon and Asparagus in Foil recipe is brought to you by Cooking Classy. It’s full of flavor, simple to prepare and chock full of essential nutrients. It’s also a quick and easy clean up.

Salmon alone is an excellent source of vitamin B12, vitamin D, vitamin B6 and selenium. It also contains omega-3 fatty acids (which have been shown to improve brain function) and protein. Asparagus is another winner packed with fiber, folate and vitamins A, C, E and K. Top the recipe off with fresh herbs and lemon, and you’re fueling the body with the right balance of nutrients.

Let’s get started.

Garlic Salmon And Asparagus In Foil


Healthy Recipe For Recovery Easy Garlic Salmon And Asparagus In Foil

  • 4 (6 oz) skinless salmon fillets
  • 1 lb asparagus, tough ends trimmed
  • 2 1/2 Tbsp olive oil
  • 2 cloves garlic, minced
  • Salt and freshly ground black pepper
  • 1 lemon thinly sliced
  • Fresh dill sprigs, or chopped fresh thyme, rosemary or parsley


  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Cut four sheets of aluminum foil into separate pieces that are around 14-inches in length.
  • Divide the asparagus up into four separate portions and place them onto the foil. You should have about 8 spears for each one.
  • In a small bowl, mix together the oil and garlic. Drizzle 1 teaspoon of the mixture onto the asparagus. Sprinkle it with salt and pepper.
  • Rinse the salmon fillets. Season the bottom of each fillet with salt and pepper. Then place the fillets onto the asparagus.
  • Drizzle 1 teaspoon of the mixture of oil and garlic onto each salmon fillet. Season them with salt and pepper to your liking.
  • To finish off your dish, top the salmon and asparagus with either dill sprigs or fresh herbs and lemon slices.
  • Fold the foil over the salmon and asparagus and place them onto a baking sheet.
  • Cook the salmon for 25-30 minutes or until heated through.
  • Unwrap the salmon and serve it with a healthy side such as quinoa or brown rice. Enjoy!

Enjoy! If you like this recipe, be sure to check out more healthy and delicious recipes on our Pinterest board!

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Summit Estate Recovery Center – Enjoying Gourmet Cuisine

Personalized Addiction Treatment In San Jose

Summit Estate Recovery Center provides personalized addiction treatment options in the San Jose area for those struggling with drug or alcohol. We will design a custom treatment regimen that caters to you or your loved one’s individual needs and goals. As part of our nutrition program, we also provide delicious and healthy gourmet cuisine for our clients.

Our caring and professional staff will treat you with the care and compassion you deserve. Call us now.

Who Is Outpatient Treatment Best For? Revisited: 7 Questions To Ask Yourself

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When you are considering treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, one of the first considerations is whether you should choose inpatient care in an around-the-clock facility or an outpatient treatment program.

Understanding The Difference Between Inpatient And Outpatient Treatment

Summit Estate Recovery Center-LogoBefore you can decide on the right option for addiction treatment for you, it’s important to have an understanding of both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs.

In an inpatient program, you will reside in a facility during your treatment. The normal stay is 28 days, but this duration is sometimes longer depending on factors such as the type and severity of your addiction.

If you’re voluntarily seeking help for an addiction, yet have day-to-day responsibilities that you cannot let go for any length of time, an outpatient treatment program might be the right choice. This type of treatment program is less structured, but is still focused on providing you with the necessary counseling and therapies you need to support your recovery.

Making The Right Treatment Decision – 7 Questions To Ask Yourself

While both inpatient and outpatient treatment programs help individuals overcome their addiction, there are some considerations worth exploring before you decide on one or the other. The following are some questions to ask yourself before making this very important decision.

1. How Severe Is My Addiction To Drugs Or Alcohol?

How Severe Is My Addiction To Drugs Or Alcohol

If you experience withdrawal symptoms when you stop using drugs or drinking, you have a physical addiction that requires detox. You will initially need inpatient treatment. Symptoms of withdrawal can be very unpredictable, and because of this, they need to be managed under the care of professionals who can help you through this early stage in your recovery.

On the other hand, if your addiction is moderate and you don’t have withdrawal symptoms, an outpatient program may be an acceptable option for you.

2. Am I Dedicated To Successfully Completing Addiction Treatment?Dedicated To Successfully Completing Addiction Treatment

Yes, you have to be very honest with yourself with this question. Only those who have the determination to overcome their addiction and are willing to do what it takes to stay sober should be entering a more loosely structured, outpatient treatment program.

3. Have I Previously Tried To Stop Using Drugs Or Alcohol?

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If you’ve unsuccessfully attempted to beat your addiction either cold turkey or in another treatment program, you will be better off in an inpatient facility where you can get the dedicated treatment you need. With each relapse, addiction gets harder to treat. So, if you’ve already had several failed attempts, you will need more focused, intense treatment to delve into the underlying causes of your addiction.

4. What Is My Current Situation?

What Is My Current Situation-Is Outpatient RIght For Me

In a perfect world, you would be able to overcome your addiction in an environment free from stress, temptation and triggers. However, you may have the challenges of a demanding career, family or school. If you are unable to take time away from these responsibilities, outpatient treatment might be the best option.

However, if you are surrounded by negative outside influences that are helping to perpetuate your addiction, you will need to break free from these people or places to get the help that you need. This may only be possible in an inpatient facility.

5. Do I Have Other Mental Health Issues?

Mental Illness And Addiction

More than 50 percent of individuals who abuse drugs or alcohol have some form of mental illness. It’s a fact that addiction treatment is more complex when there are underlying mental health issues. If you’ve been diagnosed with a mental health condition or you suspect you have depression, anxiety or some other form of mental illness, you are more likely to sustain long-term recovery if you undergo inpatient treatment that can address your co-occurring disorders.

6. What Is My Support Network?

What Is My Support Network

You may have a loving family or close friends that are supportive in you getting treatment and can help you in your recovery. If this is the case, outpatient treatment can be particularly beneficial. However, if you’re surrounded by individuals who are also using drugs or alcohol or are unsupportive of your recovery, you may need time away from them in an inpatient facility to establish the foundation for your recovery.

7. Can I Commit To An Outpatient Program?

Can I Commit To An Outpatient Program

Summit Estate Recovery Center Outpatient Therapy Session

With an outpatient program, you have to make a commitment to attend regular therapy sessions. Both the location and the schedule have to be convenient so that you can fit your treatment program into your daily schedule.

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If answering these questions is leading you to outpatient treatment, the next step is speaking with an addiction specialist. If you are looking at outpatient treatment options in or around San Jose, California, call Summit Estate today. We offer individualized outpatient treatment programs that help those who are committed to their recovery.

This post further expands on the topic we asked previously Who Is Outpatient Treatment Best For?

How Can Prescription Drug Abuse Easily Turn Into Heroin Abuse?

People often assume that prescription pain relievers are safer than illicit drugs because they are legal and prescribed by a doctor. What they don’t realize is that these medications can be just as dangerous as illicit drugs. That’s why it’s important to recognize the dangers associated with prescription pain relievers and why you should always follow the doctor’s recommendations when taking them.

How Prescription Painkillers Escalate Into Heroin

Addiction does not discriminate. Anyone can become addicted to drugs, even if they don’t fit the stereotypical mold society has created.

Let’s take a look at an all-too-common scenario that treatment centers are seeing today:

How Prescription Drug Abuse Can Easily Turn Into Heroin AbuseKristen is a college student and runs track. She’s an excellent sprinter but ends up getting injured in her junior year. She sees a doctor to help manage the pain, and the doctor prescribes painkillers. Kristen has no problem taking them because they are prescribed by someone she trusts. She takes the pills, which work for a while, but then the pain slowly returns.

With final exams and work, Kristen can’t be uncomfortable, so she doubles up on the pills and finally gets some relief. It isn’t long before she builds up a tolerance. Even though Kristen’s pain is getting better, she sees her doctor to get more medication. He refuses. She now has a craving to fill, and she becomes fixated on getting something else. Heroin becomes the next step because it’s cheap, easy to get and has a similar effect as painkillers.

Although Kristen could have never imagined having an addiction to prescription drugs which turned into abusing and becoming addicted to heroin, a prescription drug rehab program in the Bay Area, it’s now her reality.

How Can I Prevent Becoming Addicted To Painkillers?

While prescription pain relievers have a bad rap, the reality is that they do have a purpose. Many people need them at one point or another to provide relief following an injury, accident or operation. It’s possible that you will need them, too, one day. Just because you take prescription pain pills does not mean you will become addicted. There are steps you can take to prevent dependency.

  • Don’t take more than the recommended dosage.
  • If you notice that you are becoming tolerant to the drug, tell your doctor immediately.
  • Take the medication for the shortest amount of time. If you can get by without it, do so.
  • Find other ways to manage your pain such as massage therapy, yoga, meditation or magnesium sulfate (epsom salt) baths.
  • Properly dispose of unused medicine.

Being aware of the dangers of prescription opioids helps prevent addiction. If you know that what you are taking can be addictive, you’ll be more likely to follow the doctor’s recommendations and only use the medicine as necessary.

Summit Estate Recovery Center has a team of caring, compassionate staff that is happy to start you on the journey to sobriety. If you or a loved one is struggling with drug abuse, we can help. Call us today to learn more.

5 Ways A Drug Intervention Specialist Can Help Your Loved One

5 Ways A Drug Intervention Specialist Can HelpOften, the hardest step for someone who suffers from alcohol or drug addiction is to admit he or she has a problem. You may be wondering how to approach the subject with your loved one without causing anger or resentment, and you may feel you lack the proper tools to adequately address the issue.

If you and your family feel this way or you’ve attempted to talk to your loved one with no avail, and they can’t see that their actions are destructive, it may be time to seek the knowledge and services of a professional interventionist.

Find out five ways a drug intervention specialist can help your loved one and your family.

Five Ways Interventionists Help

1. They Are Prepared For Anything The Loved One May Do Or Say

Interventionist Can Prepare for Anything Your Loved One Might Say or Do

An intervention can be an extremely tense event. Both the loved one and his or her family and friends present at the intervention can often experience heated emotions. An intervention specialist is prepared for any type of situation and is trained to respond appropriately and effectively. They are also trained to keep communication healthy and non-confrontational.

2. They Help The Whole Family

Hands-Interventionist Can Help The Whole Family

When someone needs help for drug and alcohol abuse, sometimes family structures need to change as well. An interventionist can help the family know what their roles should be in both supporting the person suffering from addiction and in changing any unhelpful behavior.

3. They Keep An Emotional Distance

Interventionist Can Be Non-Biased With Your Addicted Loved One

Since the interventionist doesn’t know your loved one personally, he or she can remain objective during the intervention. This neutral position can help him or her keep a clear head and address things in an appropriate manner. This often helps your loved one feel less “accused” or “attacked” and more likely to accept help for their addiction.

4. They Often Gain The Loved One’s Trust

Gaining Trust From Loved One

It can be difficult for family members and friends to really understand what their loved one is going through, unless they have suffered from addition themselves. Your loved one has a higher likelihood of trusting the specialist and even of telling the specialist more information than he or she would likely tell the family.

Interventionists often pursue their occupations due to a personal connection with drug and alcohol recovery. Their knowledge and non-biased relationship can help put your loved one at ease.

5. They Give Your Loved One Tools For Success

Giving to Tools to Obtain Success in Recovery

Even though the loved one’s time with the drug intervention specialist may be brief, he or she can help them understand the importance of treatment even before it begins. When your loved one is clear about why he or she is going, and has reached a place of acceptance and true willingness to change, they have a much greater chance of making true progress during recovery and continuing after the program.

Requesting An Intervention For Your Loved One

For drug intervention in Saratoga and the surrounding areas, call Summit Estate Recovery Center. We are here to help your loved one get proper care, tailored to his or her unique needs and situation. Our qualified staff is available to answer any questions or concerns at any time of the day or night.

Take that first step and call us now!

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Will My Loved One Be Comfortable During Detox?

One of the first questions that loved ones ask when deciding on a treatment center is if their family member will be kept comfortable during detox. Even if you don’t know a lot about the detoxification process, you’ve probably heard a thing or two about how uncomfortable it can be.

Each drug has different withdrawal symptoms associated with it, but these symptoms can be debilitating. The most common withdrawal symptoms include anxiety, sweating, shaking, irritability, vomiting and diarrhea. Choosing the right detox program ensures that these symptoms will be managed.

What Can You Expect From Our Detox Program?

Will My Loved One Be Comfortable During DetoxAt Summit Estate, we make the comfort of our clients a top priority. We know that if we can get our clients through the detoxification process as successfully as possible, they will be better prepared for the recovery process.

Our goal is to control their withdrawal symptoms using the right balance of medicine.

Upon the first few hours of arrival, your loved one will meet with our physicians and have a customized detox plan created specifically for their needs and goals. Our physicians will take into account the mental and physical health of your loved one as well as their substance abuse history.

Your loved one will be monitored for their comfort and safety, and we can adjust their medication as needed.

What Makes Our Detox Program Unique?

Our program follows suit with other pain medication detox programs in that it allows all clients to detoxify in a comfortable and controlled manner. In other words, your loved one will be given the right balance of medications to eliminate the pain and discomfort that is commonly associated with the detox and withdrawal process. This way, they will be able to focus their mental and physical energy where it belongs: on their recovery.

Premier Features Of Our Program

In addition to keeping withdrawal symptoms controlled, our pain medication detox program also provides the following features:

  • High staff to client ratio
  • Luxury amenities
  • Comfortable, retreat-style environment
  • Attention to exercise, nutrition and mental health
  • Individualized treatment plans
  • Monitoring of vital signs
  • Delicious gourmet meals
  • Optional 12-step and alternative group meetings

The Start To A Long-term Recovery Plan For Your Loved One

We know how scary it can be to make detox an ultimatum for your loved one, but rest assured that you are doing the right thing. The sooner you can get your loved one through detoxification, the sooner they can start working on their long-term recovery plan and begin a life that is free from the hold of drugs and alcohol.

Summit Estate Recovery Center has a pain medication detox program that can be customized to your loved one’s needs. Call us today to learn more about how we can start your loved one on this liberating path to a clean, sober life.

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Who Is Outpatient Treatment Best For?

When you have daily responsibilities such as family, work or school, it’s not always possible to get extended time away for residential drug or alcohol treatment. For many individuals, the right approach is an outpatient treatment program.

Of course, in cases of severe addiction, inpatient care is often the only option. However, outpatient treatment provides the right level of care for many plus the flexibility to continue daily life for those with non-severe addictions who live in a stable and safe home, free from significant temptations.Who is Outpatient Treatment Right for

How To Know If Outpatient Treatment Is The Right Option

Is an outpatient program the right choice? This is a common question that is worth carefully exploring. Some considerations that should be discussed with loved ones to determine the right type of treatment are:

The Level Of Your Addiction – Outpatient treatment is more effective for those in the early stages of addiction.

Family And Friends – Outpatient treatment is particularly effective for those who have healthy support from family and friends.

Continuing Care – Outpatient rehabilitation is commonly recommended once you’ve successfully completed an inpatient program. It’s a smart choice for preventing relapse and sustaining recovery.

Treatment For Busy Individuals – Many of the individuals who choose outpatient treatment are working parents with children who depend on them for day-to-day care. Throughout the program, the family can stay intact while treatment is provided on an ongoing basis.

Factors To Consider When Choosing An Outpatient Program

So, what should you look for when choosing an outpatient program that will fit you or your love one’s needs? Here are some of the key things to consider:

Program Location – An effective outpatient program requires a commitment to regular therapy sessions. The location needs to be convenient enough to your home or work to make it feasible to fit into your daily schedule.

Program Schedule – Some programs offer convenient early morning or evening sessions specifically for busy individuals.

Staffing – You will want a program that includes experienced medical, counseling and therapy staff. You will also want to ensure that there is an optimal staff-to-patient ratio to enable you get the level of attention you need to support your recovery.

Ready To Find Out More About Outpatient Treatment?

If you are considering your options for outpatient rehab in Saratoga, California, call Summit Estate Recovery Center. With individualized treatment programs for men and women suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, our intensive outpatient program can be an effective option for individuals who are committed to recovery.

Now that you have a better understanding of who outpatient treatment is best for, find out who inpatient treatment works best for.

Read Our In-depth Post & Ask Yourself 7 Questions To Find Out If Outpatient Is Right For You

The Power Of Relapse Prevention Counseling And Tips To Prevent Relapsing

Every individual who has successfully completed a recovery program is at some risk of relapse. This is why drug and alcohol addiction recovery is considered a process, rather than a one-time event. It continues for life.

Because no one is completely cured from the temptations of addiction, relapse is unfortunately a possibility. However, it’s important to remember that a drug or alcohol relapse does not mean that recovery is over. Rather, it’s a stage in the journey that requires a return to treatment.

Relapse Is Common

Many people will experience one or more relapses on their journey of recovery. Yet, there are ways to minimize the risk of it happening. Often, an intensive, focused commitment to treatment is sufficient to cause permanent behavioral change that lasts a lifetime.

For others, a relapse prevention program that includes ongoing counseling can help tremendously. By developing a comprehensive recovery plan that includes understanding triggers for relapse, recovering addicts can significantly reduce their risk of returning to addiction.

The Power Of Relapse Prevention Counseling

Watch a thought-provoking snippet of Summit Estate’s Roland Williams teaching Relapse Prevention Counseling Training below. Mr. Williams shares the power of thoughts, core beliefs and external messages and how they ultimately affect urges and decisions.

Yes, it requires commitment to participate in ongoing relapse prevention. And, every individual is different when it comes to their success both in and out of treatment.

The following tips however, will greatly prevent your chances of relapsing:

Tips To Avoid Relapse

Stick To A Recovery Plan

This begins with a first 30 days out of rehab plan to minimize the initial risks of temptation. The plan should be structured to keep one busy and away from triggers that led to the addiction.

Continue Recovery

Recovery doesn’t stop after detox treatment or even after an extended inpatient program. In fact, it’s just the start of a lifelong journey. Interestingly, relapse is most likely to occur in the initial weeks following treatment when the individual is re-exposed to triggers and temptation. Relapse programs vary depending on the specific needs of the addict. For some, attending regular 12-step meetings is sufficient. For others, a more structured program is required with ongoing therapy sessions.

Relapse Doesn’t Mean Failure

While a relapse is definitely a set-back, it doesn’t mean that recovery is over. Rather, it’s an indicator that it’s necessary to get help right away. Don’t be ashamed of your behavior and don’t hide a relapse. Instead, reach out to your support network and start back on the journey of living day-to-day in recovery.

Personalized Relapse Prevention And Addiction Treatment

Call Summit Estate today to learn more about our personalized treatment options including our relapse prevention treatment that can help reduce your chance of returning to addiction. We will create a treatment plan based off of your individual needs and goals and treat you with the respect and care that you deserve.

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