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Opioid-related links that may help

See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Dramatic Rise in Older Adults Seeking Addiction Treatment
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Is Your Prescription Painkiller Making You Sick?
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Suboxone Inpatient Treatment Program
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Boomer Opioid Addiction and Chronic Pain Recovery Program
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Opioid Prescription Painkillers Addiction Treatment
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Info:     Opioid Addiction Recovery Program
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: New Study: Mindfulness Meditation Reduces Pain
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: How Addiction Hijacks the Brain – Mindfulness Restores Sobriety
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Impaired Professionals Comprehensive Evaluation and Assessment
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Carfentanil, Fentanyl Spike Heroin Overdoses
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Understanding the Opioid Prescription Addiction Problem
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Fentanyl ‘Death Pills’ Causing Overdoses
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Prescription Painkiller Addiction Epidemic Linked to Trends in Pain Management
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Opioid Epidemic: Purdue Blocked OxyContin Prescription Limits
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Opioid Addiction Recovery: Less Shame and More Treatment Options
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Doctors Must Carefully Evaluate Opioid Prescriptions
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: Iron Man Pressure is Nothing Compared to Drug Addiction
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: OxyContin – Opioid Epidemic Origin, PART 1
See Arrowhead Lodge Recovery Article: OxyContin – Opioid Epidemic Origin, PART 2

Should I call?

If you’ve gotten this far – you should probably call us . You will speak personally and privately with Admissions Director Robyn Chance by calling her directly at 888-654-2800. You may also want to look up Alcoholics Anonymous on the Internet for more information regarding alcoholism.

If someone close to you is saying your drinking is affecting him or her negatively, a confidential call to us to discuss it may be in order. Our Addiction Treatment Programs include:

  • Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)
  • Individual and group therapy
  • Mindfulness Training
  • Meditation
  • Exercise and Fitness
  • Nutrition Counseling
  • Community Model
  • Impaired Professionals Well-Being Program

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