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Advanced Recovery Systems (ARS) operates DrugRehab.com to equip patients and families with the best information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and pursue lifelong recovery. Advanced Recovery Systems is a behavioral health company focused on helping people on their path to recovery from substance abuse and mental health issues. Advanced Recovery Systems operates a network of inpatient and outpatient addiction and mental health treatment facilities around the United States. Advanced Recovery Systems admissions coordinators can be reached via our 24/7 confidential toll-free helpline or through chat anywhere on this website. We are here to help you or your loved one every step of the way. To learn more about Advanced Recovery Systems and our network of addiction centers, visit www.advancedrecoverysystems.com. Get Help Now
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Understand Addiction and Its Causes

You must understand alcohol or drug addiction and their causes before you can overcome them. The factors that lead to substance abuse and addiction are different for each person. We explain how drugs affect your body, the reasons people turn to them and how to recover from alcoholism and other substance use disorders.
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Drug Addiction

Marijuana, cocaine, heroin and other illicit drugs are easily available on the street. Learn the risks of abusing illicit drugs and the potential for becoming addicted. More

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is the most widely consumed substance in the United States, and it’s one of the most addictive and dangerous. Discover the facts about alcohol abuse. More
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Prescription Addiction

A doctor’s prescription doesn’t make a drug safe. Opioids, benzos and ADHD medications are highly addictive. Understand the dangers of prescription drug abuse. More
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Treating the Underlying Causes of Addiction

People turn to substances of abuse for quick highs, to relieve stress or to cope with other health conditions. But alcohol and other drugs exacerbate symptoms of co-occurring mental health disorders. We teach healthy ways to cope with unpleasant emotions, and we treat all of the underlying causes of addiction. More on Co-Occurring Disorders
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“We believe treating co-occurring issues is the key to a lasting recovery.”
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Find Your Path to Recovery

Rehab for alcohol and drug abuse requires a personal approach. It should be tailored to your needs. We work with you to create a personalized treatment plan that includes individual therapy, counseling, group therapy and medication-assisted treatment options.
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Proven Treatment Methods

We provide safe environments designed to help you free your body of alcohol and other drugs. But treatment doesn’t end with detox. We teach healthy coping strategies, stress-relief techniques and skills to set you up for success Learn More About Treatment

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Supporting Long-Term Recovery

Recovery is a lifelong journey. It’s easier when you’re surrounded by support. Drug rehab prepares you for a life in recovery by guiding your transition after treatment and introducing you to support groups. Whether you’re in recovery or you’re supporting a loved one, support options are available for you. Learn More About Support
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Recovery Stories

Collegiate Recovery Communities

Recovery continues after you complete inpatient or outpatient treatment, but college campuses often put recovering students at risk. We support the recovery movement on college campuses by aiding the development of Collegiate Recovery Communities.

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Addiction is a complex, complicated disease. Our resources help you recognize how addiction impacts your life. We report the latest news and provide comprehensive guides covering a variety of relevant topics.

Informational Guides

Tips for Talking With Your Doctor About Prescription Painkillers

Prior to the 1990s, opioid painkillers were usually reserved for treating acute pain from surgery, major injuries or terminal illness. But over the past two decades, the powerful pills have […]

The Naloxone Guide: How to Save Lives with Naloxone

Naloxone is an opioid antagonist. That means it prevents the effects of opioids by blocking receptors in the brain. It is used to reverse an opioid overdose.


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Starting the Conversation About Drugs and Alcohol

Real Talk is an exciting opportunity for Miss Florida, Sara Zeng, to speak honestly with high school students about the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse. The presentation is based on the SAMHSA-recognized research of University of Central Florida Professors Michael Dunn and Thomas Hall.

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