Written By Harris House

Category: Alcohol, Blog, Recovery

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High-risk drinking is on the rise in the United States, according to research published in JAMA. One of the populations experiencing the most significant increases in terms of using alcohol to a point that’s dangerous or harmful is women. Here’s a closer look at the data, what it means, why it’s happening, and how targeted treatment…

Written By Harris House

Category: Alcohol, Blog, Recovery

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Sober houses, AKA halfway houses, have many benefits for newly recovering addicts. Serving as a buffer between the more protective environments of a substance abuse treatment centers and the harshness of “the real world,” the move to a sober house can be an invaluable transitional resource in facilitating recovery. However, given the oft-quoted truth that…

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Category: Alcohol, Alcohol

 What are High-Functioning Alcoholics? When most people hear the word “alcoholic,” a picture of the bumbling, fumbling, falling-down drunk comes to mind.  (Think Norm from Cheers.) Not all alcoholics fall into this category. In fact, many alcoholics give off the appearance of being productive, high achieving, and “together.” Beneath the surface, however, the situation may…

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