Finding the Right Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center

Depending on where you live, addiction treatment centers may be available in abundance. But that doesn’t mean that every program is the same or offers the same care or results. One drug and alcohol treatment center may only provide outpatient care while another may offer a full continuum of services. Before you select a drug

Recognizing Warning Signs of Anorexia Relapse

Eating disorders are a challenging condition to manage. Everyone’s experience is a little different, as is their relationship with food, self-esteem, body image, and other contributing factors. Recovery is not as easy as just “eating more,” and individuals should not view anorexia relapse as a sign that treatment or recovery have failed. It is a

It Takes a Village: Tackling the Complex Nature of Addiction

Recovery from addiction is not just about resolving physical dependence on drugs or alcohol. These substances also impact the brain and have an effect on virtually every aspect of a person’s life. Due to the complex nature of addiction, it takes more than just a single doctor providing treatment for recovery to take place. It

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Crossroads Earns 3-Year CARF Accreditation Demonstrating Commitment to Quality Care

Crossroads has once again earned the highest accreditation possible from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF) for all of its treatment programs. Scarborough, Maine, April 16, 2019— Crossroads is proud to announce that for the second time in a row, it has earned a three-year accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation

Dealing with Relapse in Addiction Recovery

Addiction recovery is a process. There is no magic cure that eliminates cravings and ensures sobriety. Individuals must make a conscious effort every day to maintain a substance-free lifestyle and make healthy choices. Unfortunately, relapse in addiction recovery is an issue that often arises, and one that individuals must understand so that they can learn

Encouraging Sports While Being Proactive Against Eating Disorders in Athletes

Participation in sports is a wonderful way to stay active and promote better health. However, as competition heats up, it may pose a greater risk for eating disorders in athletes, and this can be especially true for females who may already be overly conscious about their bodies. Athletes can face a lot of stress to