As you celebrate the season of giving, celebrate the life changing gifts possible through dedicated recovery: Hope Hope is the gift that keeps on giving and fosters healing. And a positive attitude is everything. Empirical evidence shows hope can be a vital part of recovery, healthy cultures, and even economic improvements. In addition, hope gets […]
Recovery, like any other journey, includes a few bumps in the road; some are minor, some are monumental. Developing an effective relapse prevention plan can help you manage the bumps, the sharp left turns and traffic jams that are a natural part of life and recovery. The Three Stages of Relapse Emotional Relapse The first […]
Most people do not have a healthy diet in the midst of an active addiction. They skip regular meals, while the meals they do have include heavy doses of fast food, frozen pizzas, unhealthy snacks and soft drinks. Unfortunately, these unhealthy eating practices may become roadblocks on your road to recovery. Maybe you’ve gotten into […]
Addiction is a family disease. What does that mean? Substance Use Disorder (SUD) affects more than just the person struggling with the disease. It affects every member of the family. It can damage and destroy even the strongest of families. However, the Road to Recovery offers everyone the chance to rebuild and reclaim family health […]
Recovery is not only possible, but achievable. More than 25 million Americans with a previous substance use disorder (SUD) are in remission and living healthy, productive lives. Valley Hope introduces a new blog series, Your Road to Recovery, dedicated to paving the way for you, your loved ones, patients and employees in their recovery journey. […]
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