Learn About Mental Health Issues and Addiction Treatment Help

Drug Alcohol Abuse Resources Prescott AZ - Reflections Recovery CenterOvercoming 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.

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.

The Advantages of Men’s-Only Rehab for Addiction

At Reflections, our treatment is offered exclusively to men who struggle with substance use problems. Why? We explain the advantages of gender-specific addiction in our FREE eBook, “Why Men’s-Only Rehab Works,” an insightful and brief read. Follow the link below and enter your email address to access this exclusive eBook at no charge.

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Relapse Prevention Tips

Traveling the road to recovery can take a lifetime. That’s why it’s so important for those who have completed rehab treatment to develop skills for relapse prevention. Trigger avoidance and developing new lifestyle habits are just a few of the tools that graduates of our recovery program use to stay sober. Explore our relapse prevention resources to learn numerous sobriety strategies.

Relapse Prevention Resources

Sober Living Resources

Transitioning back into everyday life can be the hardest part of recovery. That’s why we allow graduates of our primary treatment program to rent a room in our sobriety focused living quarters. We also provide extended life skills training to alumni who need help making the transition back into their old lives.

Reflections Sober Living

Illicit Drug Information

Addiction can destroy dreams, careers and families. Thankfully, education about the negative effects of drug abuse can go a long way toward preventing these worst-case scenarios.

Individuals struggling with addiction can benefit from learning more about the long-term consequences of their drug abuse. Likewise, friends and family are better equipped to support loved ones if they are more informed about how illegal substances affect the mind, body and livelihood of a drug user.

Illicit Drug Resources

Prescription Drug Facts

Many people are unaware of the hazardous side effects prescription drugs can cause. Unfortunately, this false assumption contributes to the nation’s growing prescription drug abuse problem.

Prescription painkillers like OxyContin, for example, are highly addictive narcotics that can lead individuals to physical dependence, especially if misused. Our prescription drug resources examine the most addictive prescription drugs and how to handle them safely. 

Prescription Drug Resources

Alcohol Abuse Information

Alcohol abuse is responsible for tens of thousands of deaths in the United States each year. Awareness and information are critical for preventing friends and family from falling prey to alcoholism. Our alcohol resources offer reliable information on how heavy drinking can affect long-term health and how casual drinking can escalate into full-blown addiction.

Alcoholism Info

Co-Occurring Disorders Information

Treating the medical condition known as addiction becomes even more difficult when a patient has also been diagnosed with co-occurring mental 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 co-occurring disorder resources provide details on the mental disorders most likely to accompany addiction. 

Dual Diagnosis Resources

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