Recovery Resources

Overdose Prevention and Addiction Treatment
January 4, 2020

What to Do When Someone Overdoses

It’s a thought that everyone impacted by addiction has had before. What do you do when someone overdoses? Worse yet, what is…

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financial stress
January 2, 2020

Financial Stress and Substance Abuse

The relationship between financial stress and substance abuse exists in many different contexts. It’s a tragically ironic double-edged sword. There are dozens…

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lunesta and alcohol
December 30, 2019

What Happens When You Mix Lunesta and Alcohol?

Across the United States, about 60 million people struggle with chronic sleeplessness, or insomnia– and many of them use Lunesta. A sedative-hypnotic…

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quitting alcohol
December 27, 2019

The Benefits of Quitting Alcohol  

We all know how dangerous alcohol is. Many of us and the people we care about have been severely impacted and even…

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Overdose Prevention
December 23, 2019

My Loved One Overdosed, Now What?

Experiencing your loved one suffer an overdose can be terrifying and unexpected. What’s the proper way to respond to the situation? How…

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New Year's Resolutions and Addiction Recovery

New Year’s Resolutions and Addiction Recovery

The promise of the New Year makes optimists out of most of us. We feel empowered by the symbolic new beginning that…

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Recovery Unplugged Treatment Center Starting the New Year Right Setting Goals In Drug Treatement

Setting New Year’s Goals In Drug Treatment

“Progress is the word that charms their ears and stirs their hearts.” – Woodrow Wilson

Why do we make resolutions? It seems like a tall order. However, resolutions always made in good intention because the focus of every resolution is progress. What is progress? People often get into arguments about what constitutes progress. Some say that what others regard as progress is not progress at all. Some people evaluate progress in relation to their notion of an ideal state of the world or themselves. To us progress is making a real effort even if that just means asking for help.

For those suffering from addiction just making a resolution will not due. Resolutions to get clean and sober are made a lot (whether at New Year’s or any other time), the first step is the hardest. We are so proud of anyone who makes the first step of getting help. It is the first step towards a goal or progress towards the goal of being in recovery. Goals play a big part in recovery. Once a person learns their purpose in their quest to defeat drug addiction and/or alcohol abuse. By simply setting goals will not sufficiently motivate a person attempting recovery to give up an addiction. The best way to do this is setting “SMART” goals….

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The Resolution
December 22, 2019

The Right Time for the Resolution

A FEW WORDS ABOUT NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS FROM RECOVERY UNPLUGGED’S NATIONAL OUTREACH MANAGER, BLAKE COHEN.  Do New Year’s Resolutions Work? Have you…

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Celebrating Dry January
December 18, 2019

Dry January: What Is It and How Can It Improve Health in the New Year?

New Year’s Eve is one of the drunkest nights of the year. Many will be waking up on New Year’s Day with…

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Sober New Year's Eve
December 17, 2019

Staying Sober on New Year’s Eve

People in recovery can often feel like they have their noses pressed against the glass on New Year’s Eve. The holidays are…

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6 Reasons to go to Treatment During the Holiday Season
November 1, 2019

6 Reasons to go to Treatment During the Holiday Season

The holidays are stressful for everybody. There’s always family drama. If you’re not in the same area, you have to make travel…

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RecoveryFest Celebrates Addiction Recovery to Nashville
September 30, 2019

RecoveryFest Music Series Celebrates Addiction Recovery in Nashville

There’s never been a better time than today to get clean. The city of Nashville agrees, which is why hundreds of people…

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Joseph Gorordo
September 19, 2019

Joseph Gorordo Featured on Recovery – Coast to Coast Podcast

Recovery Unplugged VP of Business Development Joseph Gorordo has certainly been making the rounds as of late. Last month millions saw him…

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Recovery Unplugged Thanks Our Billing Department for All their Hard Work.
September 16, 2019

Making It Happen: Recovery Unplugged Gives a Much-Deserved Nod to Our Billing Department

When we talk about the Recovery Unplugged treatment experience, we generally discuss our doctors, therapists and creative professionals; however, there are multiple…

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Have A Fun Sober Labor Day from Recovery Unplugged
September 2, 2019

A Happy, Safe and Sober Labor Day from Recovery Unplugged

Labor Day: what is there to be nervous about, right? The only thing most of us really have to worry about today…

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Integrate Music into Everyday Recovery
August 2, 2019

3 Immediate Ways to Integrate Music into Everyday Recovery

Marge Simpson once emphatically stated: “Music is none of my business.” The absurdity and humor of this statement speaks for itself. The…

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children opioid epidemic,
July 18, 2019

Children: Invisible Victims of the Opioid Epidemic

Children often bear the brunt of their parents’ mistakes, and we’re learning that the opioid addiction crisis is no exception to this…

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Help your employees overcome addiction.
July 12, 2019

Why Are Your Employees Struggling with Addiction?

Determining the cause of addiction among your employees is as simultaneously simple and difficult as asking someone why they’re having trouble paying…

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5 Ways Recovery Unplugged Integrates Music into Addiction Recovery
June 29, 2019

Important Tips for Cultivating and Maintaining Recovery

Welcome to recovery! Getting clean and sober is like getting another chance at life. As difficult as it can be to finally…

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Addiction in the Workplace: Industries with the Highest Rates of Substance Abuse

Addiction in the Workplace: Industries with the Highest Rates of Substance Abuse

Anyone who has impacted by addiction, whether it’s in their own life or the life of a loved one, knows that the…

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