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While Clean & Sober Recovery Services has offered residential treatment since 2008, our intensive Outpatient Program (IOP) is brand new. It’s a versatile program that people can use to reclaim their health in a number of ways.  

First, let’s look at the basics of intensive outpatient treatment: Participants in our IOP attend day and evening classes for  for up to twelve weeks. In those day or evening classes, participants receive one-on-one and group counseling from one of the CSRS certified drug and alcohol counselors. Using a cognitive behavioral therapy approach, they tackle topics such as the disease of addiction, life skills, family recovery, anger management, triggers and relapse prevention. They’ll get connected to the local twelve-step community. And they’ll build their muscle for sustained recovery through life’s ups and downs.

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Read more: Who chooses outpatient treatment - and why?

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What counts as a drink?  How much is too much?  What is cocktail hour doing to my health (and my waistline?)  The Rethinking Drinking website from the National Institute on Health answers these questions about alcohol, your health, and more. Here’s a plus! If you’re trying to dial back your drinking, tap into the easy planning tool that can help you resist your friends’ social pressure to imbibe.

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Twenty years ago, teens in Iceland were among the heaviest substance abusers in Europe — with more than 40 percent of 15- and 16-year-olds reporting being drunk in a given month. Fast forward to 2017, and the country boasts the fewest drinking, smoking and drug-taking youth on the continent. How did Iceland get teens to say No to alcohol and other drugs?

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Author Ricki Townsend is a Registered Interventionist, Drug/Alcohol Counselor, Ncac1, CADC-CAS, Bri-1, Chaplain and Grief Recovery Specialist. Find her at A Path to Recovery.com

Offering an ultimatum can be a powerful tool in prompting a beloved child (of any age) to seek help. And I try to avoid the language of “kicking your kid out of your home” because that sets them up as victims, with the parent calling all the shots.  It is disrespectful to them. The truth is you aren’t kicking your son or daughter out; you are giving them a CHOICE to get treatment for a potentially deadly brain disease that drives their deceitful, dangerous and manipulative behavior. You are also giving them the choice to live somewhere else, wherever that might be.

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Read more: Why you shouldn't kick your kid out of your home: the professional's perspective

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