Relapse from Drugs
Drug addiction is scary and overwhelming, but when someone finally receives help for their addiction, it can create a sense of freedom both for the addict and their loved ones. Despite the fact that treatment is so valuable, and often the only way an addict can stop using drugs, once you leave treatment it doesn’t mean you’re done dealing with addiction in most cases.
Relapse is a part of addiction for so many people, and it doesn’t mean treatment has failed, but that doesn’t make it any less daunting to face.
The following provides an overview of what to know about a relapse from drugs.
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