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How To Help Addicts – Identifying Who Needs Help 28 August 2018

By: Houghton House HEALTH AND WELLNESS

  Your assistance can make a difference When trying to help addicts, there’s nothing worse than that feeling of helplessness watching someone you care for destroying his or her life (and the lives of those around them) through addiction to


Tell-tale Signs that You Need Rehab 27 August 2018

By: Houghton House HEALTH AND WELLNESS

There is always help for a person suffering from an addiction The choice to admit to yourself that you need rehab is not always as clear as we would like to think however once checked in, a rehabilitation centre gives


10 Most Common Addiction Relapse Triggers 26 June 2018

By: Houghton House HEALTH AND WELLNESS

  A guide to help avoid the relapse Some people believe that addiction relapse is inevitable – but that is absolutely not true. Being aware of these 10 most common addiction relapse triggers is your first step towards long-term addiction


WATCH: Treatment Options for Substance Abuse 18 June 2018

By: Houghton House HEALTH AND WELLNESS

Look below the surface and delve into the detail that can complicate and contribute to self-harming addictive behaviour patterns Houghton House offers a comprehensive range of treatment options for substance abuse. In-patient treatment spans both primary care (4-6 weeks) and


Warning signs of relapse 15 March 2017

  Terence Gorski, an expert in relapse prevention, has made a list of thirty-seven common warning signs of relapse, which make up the relapse process. These are in a progressive order – going from the least significant ones to the


Sober Holiday Tips 11 January 2017

There are many methods and means people in recovery use to stay clean and sober over Christmas and New Year. Here are some sober holiday tips our ex-patients practise to help them through this period: There are NO tests. Believing


Sober holiday tips 26 December 2016

  There are many methods and means people in recovery use to stay clean and sober over Christmas and New Year. Here are some sober holiday tips our ex-patients practise to help them through this period: There are NO tests.