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How Untreated Mental Health Issues Can Lead to Addiction

There is no denying the strong relationship between mental health challenges and addiction. No matter which problem appears first, they often co-exist in the same individual. This presents a unique situation when it comes to rehabilitation efforts. How can untreated mental health issues can lead to addiction? Furthermore, what can you do about this complicated…

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The Link Between Addiction and Finance Problems

Substance abuse affects you across multiple spheres. You know that it takes a severe toll on interpersonal relationships. Next, you jeopardize your standing within the profession. Besides that, there’s the link between addiction and finance problems. Addiction Doesn’t Discriminate by Income Bracket It’s a common misconception that substance abuse problems happen only to other people.…

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WHYY TV Documentaries March 29 2018

PBS and NPR’s local member station WHYY Channel 12 in Philadelphia will air 2 powerful short TV documentaries about addictions on March 29, 2018 from 10pm to 11pm. Providence Treatment is proud to be the sole sponsorship for this program. Please tune in to be part of this important discussion. Broken: Women – Families – Opioids…

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Do You Know the Signs of Cocaine Abuse?

Whether snorted, smoked or injected into the blood stream, cocaine abuse can cause damage to a loved one’s mental and physical health, relationships, employment and financial well-being. Cocaine is an expensive and highly addictive stimulate. Researchers have called cocaine “the perfect heart attack drug” because users (even so-called recreational users) have been found to have higher…

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Professional Women and Addiction

Despite studies showing that women with substance use disorders have a faster course towards severity than men with addictions, most treatment programs in the U.S. have been developed using research based solely on men.  There are inherent challenges for women seeking treatment for their addiction like: attending to childcare, managing a career and home, medical…