Retreat of Atlanta Blog Archive

addicted to marijuana
Drug Addiction
STODZY

Am I Addicted To Marijuana?

Over the last two decades, marijuana has skyrocketed in use. With a rise in legalization across the country, many people wonder if they are addicted to marijuana. With dispensaries at every street corner and advertising becoming more widespread, getting away from marijuana may seem difficult. By learning more about marijuana,

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benefits of peer support groups
Peer Support
STODZY

Benefits Of Peer Support Groups During Recovery

For all of history, people have sought one another for friendship, companionship, and camaraderie. We are at our best when surrounded by people who care about us and have our best interests at heart. By using the benefits of peer support groups, one can make their recovery and healing process

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meth use signs
Detox
STODZY

The Signs & Symptoms Of Meth Use

Methamphetamine has become one of the most dangerous drugs in America. Highly addictive, extremely potent, and easily accessible, meth is finding its way into more and more homes across the U.S. In 2020 alone, an estimated 2.5 million Americans actively used meth. Tragically, that same year, 30,000 Americans lost their

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unmanageability and recovery
Living in Recovery
Sean Harren

Unmanageability and Recovery

Unmanageability and Recovery Unmanageability. What exactly does it mean? What causes it? Unfortunately, those who have experienced it know that it is more than merely just a symptom of addiction. Unmanageability is sometimes the reason why many people start to self-medicate and become addicted in the first place. Unmanageability is

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the reatreat of atlanta drug and alcohol detox rehab center atlanta ga tagline

The Retreat of Atlanta Staff and patients follow the CDC guidelines for wearing a mask, hand washing regularly, and social distancing in all aspects of treatment. Patients and staff are confidentially tested if CDC signs/symptoms/temperature are present. We practice strict preventative measures.