Outpatient Alcohol Program: Expectations

Outpatient Alcohol Program: Expectations

July 20, 2017

An outpatient alcohol program is a type of alcohol addiction treatment shown to be as effective (or more effective) than residential rehab. While outpatient programs require participants to travel to a facility for treatment, they can offer flexible program times and r…

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Transitioning from Treatment into Real Life

Transitioning from Treatment into Real Life

July 15, 2017

Early abstinence while actively working a quality program of recovery is like being liberated from years of the worst kind of slavery imaginable, many can’t remember the last time they have felt so free, so good. However, the real work is actually just beginning, and i…

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Beyond “Day 31”: The Next Generation of Outpatient Treatment is Here

Beyond “Day 31”: The Next Generation of Outpatient Treatment is Here

June 6, 2017 | Caitlin C., igotsober writer
The risk of relapse within 6 months of completing an inpatient treatment is high—too high. We all know that relapse is often part of recovery, but when you end up paying a small fortune for help, it seems that such a decision should come with some real reassurances, no…

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Letting Go of Control With Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Letting Go of Control With Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

May 1, 2017 | Caitlin C., igotsober writer

Supporting a friend, family member, or spouse in early recovery can be a real challenge. The temptation to take responsibility for another person’s recovery from alcoholism or an opioid addiction to substances like heroin or Oxycontin can be very strong—but micro manag…

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Beyond Just AA & the Big Book

Beyond Just AA & the Big Book

April 4, 2017 | Caitlin C., igotsober writer

Beyond the Big Book
We’re all about real solutions for real people, and we know that for some people, walking into a meeting every day just isn’t realistic in early recovery. While the AA and NA recovery communities can be a vital tool in your journey towards sobriety,…

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Supporting Your Loved One in Early Recovery: How MAT Can Help

Supporting Your Loved One in Early Recovery: How MAT Can Help

March 8, 2017
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Caitlin C., igotsober writer
Put simply: this treatment includes the insertion of a small 100% biodegradable pellet just below the skin that slowly delivers medicine into the user’s system and medically removes the desire to drink and use for months. When incorporated into a comprehensive outpatie…

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How MAT Can Make a Real Difference in Early Recovery

How MAT Can Make a Real Difference in Early Recovery

It’s a set-it-and-forget –it solution for your physical system, which gives you the relief you need to attend to your emotional and psychological systems. Doing the work of figuring out why you picked up in the first place is hard enough—don’t make it harder by putting…

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An Uncommon Program, Uncommon Results: the Naltrexone Implant and Outpatient Treatment

An Uncommon Program, Uncommon Results: the Naltrexone Implant and Outpatient Treatment

Alternative Recovery: the Naltrexone Implant and Outpatient Treatment
Do you know someone struggling with an opiate addiction? In need of alcoholism help? Achieving sobriety and living a positive productive future is possible with igotsober’s medical detox and Outpatient Alcohol and Opiate Recovery Program in Omaha, Nebraska. Our approach can help you or a loved one, who is addicted to alcohol or opiates such as oxycontin, heroin, oxycodone, hydrocodone (Vicodin) and other […]

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