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How to Prepare for the Holidays in Recovery

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The holidays are just around the corner and they are filled with wonderful events like family gatherings, getting together with friends, parties, gift giving, but also stress!  One of the biggest stressors associated with the holiday season can be family issues.  For those in recovery, certain family traditions or family members who encourage past behaviors – more…

Getting Help for Opioid Addiction

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According to the most recent federal estimate, nearly 21 million Americans over the age of 12 have a substance abuse problem. Overdoses from illegal substance use are now the leading cause of death in Americans under 50.  The real tragedy is that substance abuse is a treatable illness that can be overcome. Opioid addiction, a – more…

Let’s Celebrate Recovery Month

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Every September, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration sponsors Recovery Month. Recovery Month is an effort to increase awareness and understanding of mental health and substance use disorders, as well as to celebrate those in recovery. While millions of Americans struggle with mental health and substance use disorders, many people are unaware that – more…

Get Pumped! For Rimrock’s 5K Pump-N-Run for Recovery!

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If you’re tired of the same old 5K run, then you’ve got to check out Rimrock’s Pump-N-Run! Our unique twist on the average fun run will test not only your endurance but also your strength. This is your chance to show that you’re the ultimate athlete while also supporting a great cause! During Rimrock’s Pump-N-Run, you’ll – more…

Find the Comforts of Home at Rimrock

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When patients arrive at Rimrock, we want to make sure their stay is as comfortable as possible. One of our goals is to make sure they feel welcomed upon their arrival. If you or a loved one will be staying at Rimrock for treatment, you can rest assured our amenities are top of the line. – more…

Adolescent Addictions: Rimrock Can Help

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Coping with adolescent addictions can be a very difficult subject for parents, caregivers or other role models. Adolescents are especially sensitive to social cues from peer groups, which can lead to substance abuse issues early in life. Adolescents differ from adults physiologically as well as emotionally and therefore benefit from a treatment program designed to – more…

Preparing for Treatment

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If you have made the decision to enter treatment, you might feel unsure about what to do next. Rimrock understands that the time leading up to entering treatment can be difficult and confusing. Let this blog be your guide for what you should do to prepare for your stay.  You can also view our interactive – more…

Understanding Addiction: Do You Need Help?

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There are many stereotypes of addiction in popular culture. People are depicted as willing to do anything to get their drug of choice. Many addicts aren’t homeless, they don’t consciously steal or deceive and they’ve likely never been arrested. However, not meeting these stereotypes doesn’t mean you don’t have a problem. In fact, the sufferer – more…

Family and Addiction – Understanding Addiction and Seeking Help

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When addiction is affecting a family member it can be a difficult and unsettling situation. Family members want to help their loved one overcome their addiction and heal. However, they have no idea where to start or how to help someone begin their journey towards sobriety. Identifying an addiction, seeking help and conducting an intervention – more…

The Journey to Recovery Begins with One Step

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At Rimrock, the Twelve Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous provides the framework for our treatment program. Often times, people see the twelve steps as a strict and religious guideline towards treatment. This may lead individuals seeking help to turn away from the program and miss out on the treatment they need. It is important to – more…

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