RESOURCES

Mental Health and Addiction Treatment Help

Addiction Recovery Resources

Overcoming addiction can feel like a battle, but thankfully, it’s a war that nobody needs to wage alone. At Reflections Recovery, we understand the value of educating people about addiction.

This is why we’ve made the following resources available to our clients, their families and anyone who wants to learn more about the dangers of addiction and how substance abuse problems are treated.

Male Athletes and Addiction Statistic Infographic
This resources portal also provides more information about how we support our alumni after they’ve completed residential treatment. Continue reading for an overview of all of the free resources we have to offer you.

Free Men’s Only Treatment Guide

Relapse Prevention

Sober Living

 

Is Your Young Adult Child Addicted to Alcohol? Take This Assessment to Find Out.

Do you have a young adult child, whether of the legal drinking age or not, who displays worrisome signs of alcohol abuse? Do you fear he or she may be struggling with true alcohol addiction? Take our 12-question assessment to see if you need to act further to get help for your child. Please answer every question as honestly and accurately as possible.

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Learn About Different Types of Treatment

When it comes to treating addiction, most rehab facilities offer two different types of modalities: Clinical and Holistic. Reflections is no different, as we believe in both time-tested and cutting-edge techniques to help clients recover from addiction. Clinical therapy encompasses a long list of psychotherapy techniques, while holistic treatment is another term for complementary or alternative medicine.

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Clinical Therapies

Holistic Treatment

Mental Health Disorders Information

Treating the medical condition known as addiction becomes even more difficult when a patient has also been diagnosed with a co-occurring mental health disorder, such as depression or schizophrenia. These individuals, commonly known as dual diagnosis patients, require specialized care as they start their walk down the road to recovery. Our mental health resources provide details on the disorders most likely to accompany addiction.

Mental Health Resources Anxiety Disorders

Depression Mood Disorders

Trauma (Including PTSD)