Category Name: Addiction & Relationships

A Recipe for Holiday Success 2022

Recipe For Holiday Success 2022

If you are wondering how to navigate the holidays safely this year, you are not alone. Even in the best of times, holidays can be daunting with the logistical challenges of getting everyone around the table, avoiding the topics that can ruin a meal, and the pressure of living up to often unreasonable expectations. Add […]

Drug Addiction Types

Drug Addiction Types

Overcoming addiction can be extremely difficult. This is especially so if you try and stop the use of addictive substances on your own. Instead, it’s best to seek the help of a team of professionals to ensure your safety and success. Next Step Recovery provides our patients with comprehensive recovery services that increase their chances […]

How to Help a Son with Addiction

How To Help A Son With Addiction

Addiction is a difficult disease to live with. It is also difficult on the friends and family members of the individual that is suffering from the disease of addiction. If you have a son that is addicted to a substance, you may not know what actions you can take to get them the help they […]

Can You Separate Addiction Fact from Fiction?

Can You Separate Fact From Fiction

Our Recovery Depends On It  With less than a month to go until Election Day, politicians are throwing around a lot of facts—about the economy, about the pandemic, about climate change, about their record and their opponent’s record. The list goes on. While some of these facts are true, others are inflated or downright false. […]

What’s Love Got To Do With It? A Look at Recovery & Relationships

What’s Love Got To Do With It

Finding your passion and purpose in recovery… As Valentine’s Day rapidly approaches, Tina Turner’s song has been playing in the back of my mind. It’s been happening so often that I finally decided to take the question seriously. So, what does love have to do with recovery? My first impulse was to agree with Tina […]

Strength in Surrender: My First Days at Next Step Recovery

Strength in Surrender

We often fail to realize that there is strength in surrender. Sometimes though, the path to recovery requires it. A recent graduate of our program said it best: “It was February 2016, and I had just been discharged from a treatment center because of refusal to adhere to the program’s rules.  When I arrived at […]