Open House for Midwest Center at Youngstown’s Outpatient Program

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On September 7th, Midwest Center at Youngstown had an open house to introduce our new outpatient program. It was a great time! We met attendees from Thrive, Mercy Hospital, On Demand, Brightview, Ethan’s Crossings, Asurgent, Lakeview Health, and a few other organizations. They ate lunch that we provided and learned about the program. They were […]

When Should I Consider an Outpatient Rehab Center?

When Should I Consider an Outpatient Rehab Center

It can be very challenging to figure out the best type of treatment when you are ready to seek help for substance abuse or addiction. It is a vulnerable time, and there are so many factors to consider. There are many options and different types of programs, but how can you know which is best […]

When Is an Outpatient Rehab Program Necessary?

In an outpatient treatment program to treat addiction at TruHealing Centers, our guests are provided with outpatient rehab that’s designed and structured with the primary goal of allowing them to focus on their everyday life commitments and responsibilities while at the same time working diligently on their recovery. In an outpatient rehab program, you will […]

Comparing Residential and Outpatient Addiction Treatment

Both residential and outpatient addiction treatment offer quality options for regaining your life and living addiction-free. Multiple factors should be considered when deciding which option best fits your needs and lifestyle. Your decision should ultimately be informed by the advice of a medical professional with a consideration for what will produce positive, long-lasting results. Learn […]

Is There a Difference Between Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon?

Is There a Difference Between Alcoholics Anonymous and Al Anon

Millions of Americans struggle with alcohol dependence, so many resources are needed to help them achieve and maintain long-term recovery. After completing an alcohol addiction treatment program, support groups like Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Al-Anon can provide ongoing help for those in recovery and their families. The distinction between Alcoholics Anonymous and Al-Anon might not […]

How Can an Outpatient Rehab Program Help Me?

How Can an Outpatient Rehab Program Help Me

If you are searching for answers about addiction treatment and would like help with your substance use disorder, congratulations on taking this important step toward wellness. As overwhelming as all the information about rehab options can be, the fact that there are so many options is also something to be grateful for. A common question, […]

Do I Need an Intensive Outpatient Program?

When researching options for drug and alcohol treatment, you’ll run across the term intensive outpatient program or IOP.  An intensive outpatient program offers the same intensity of treatment as an inpatient plan but with more flexibility. It is not the right choice for everyone, though. At TruHealing Centers, our team believes that it’s important to […]

4 Characteristics to Look for in a Heroin Rehab Center

A heroin epidemic is sweeping across the country. The use of heroin often stems from the legitimate use of prescription opioids. Because many people who develop an addiction to opioids turn to heroin use, the need for an effective treatment for heroin abuse has grown in recent years. At TruHealing Centers, our team has an […]

How Dangerous Is Social Drinking on St. Patrick’s Day?

Certain holidays seem to be built around the idea of going out and having a few drinks in celebration. St. Patrick’s Day is perhaps the most well-known of these holidays. Every year, people worldwide celebrate the life of Ireland’s patron saint with all things green, including beer and cocktails. Many people associate alcohol abuse with […]

4 Signs of Painkiller Addiction

There is a common misconception that if a physician prescribes a drug, it is always safe to use. That is only true for those who follow the instructions and use the medication as intended. It is also only true if the person who the medication is for is the one who takes it. The painkiller abuse […]