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Recovery Month 2009

What is Recovery?
Description: Recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction is more than just abstaining from substances. If no life changes are made, it is likely that abstinence will bring frustration.

Recovery Month 2009 on Facebook
Description: Tarzana Treatment Centers in Los Angeles is contributing time and staff for Recovery Month 2009. We can also inform those outside of L. A. County how to find events in their area.

Recovery Month 2009 Events
Description: Our commitment to integrated behavioral healthcare in alcohol and drug treatment only works when alcoholics and drug addicts know where to begin their journey to recovery.

The Recovery Path
Description: Recovery from alcoholism or drug addiction is a lifelong journey. Treatment, and possibly alcohol or drug detox, is only the starting line on the path to recovery.

Letting Go in Recovery
Description: Tarzana Treatment Centers in Los Angeles sponsors alumni events and community events for those in recovery so friendships can be formed.

Using Vivitrol to Promote Recovery
Description: Early recovery brings many challenges for those with alcoholism. Relapse, the biggest challenge, has the power to reverse and possibly erase all progress during this time.

Recovery Stories
Description: After alcohol and drug treatment, individuals often get an urge to “shout it from the rooftops” they have recovered. It is healthy, and improves chances for long-term recovery.

Stars Join Forces To Celebrate Rally For Recovery
Description: Many people do not understand that alcoholism and drug addiction are treatable diseases, and this misconception can keep people from getting help.

Relapse Is a Part of Recovery
Description: Since alcohol dependence and drug addiction are diseases with a relapse component, it is important for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts to be ready in the case of relapse.

Enjoy Life in Recovery
Description: It is important for individuals in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction to enjoy life. Recovery gives them the opportunity to discover that life can be enjoyable.

Alcohol Recovery and Emotions
Description: Alcoholics in recovery did not register strong responses when shown images of people displaying positive or negative emotions the way the others did.

Recharge in Recovery
Description: Highly motivated individuals in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction tend to be very active. But being active should not wear individuals down to exhaustion.

The Stigma of Alcoholism and Drug Addiction in Recovery
Description: It is a sad aspect of our society that the disease of alcoholism and drug addiction is stigmatized. It can be a challenge for a recovering person trying to live a normal social life.

Websafe Recovery: Protecting Against Pro-Drug Internet Content
Description: This new website offers services and software that aim to prevent teens from using home computers to reach sites that sell drugs or discuss use.

San Fernando Valley Rally for Recovery and March
Description: It was an effort to bring awareness to the community about recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction in celebration of Recovery Month 2009.

A Spiritual Recovery
Description: Alcohol dependence and drug addiction, by their nature, are diseases that create strong beliefs in sufferers. These beliefs arise or are strengthened to justify behavior.

Don’t Risk Your Recovery
Description: Those new to recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction often hear the slightly tongue-in-cheek remark, “You only need to change one thing in recovery – Everything!”

Taking Steps in Recovery
Description: If recovery from alcohol dependence and drug addiction was easy, there would be no need for alcohol and drug treatment centers, counselors, books, or support groups.

Paul Williams Is Big In Recovery
Description: Paul Williams’ contributions to music and film are big. But his fame could not protect him from alcohol dependence. He has now made life in recovery a labor of love.

Johnny Whitaker - A Positive Influence For People In Recovery
Description: Johnny Whitaker has a passion for helping others in recovery from alcoholism and addiction, and he is a fine example of positive influence coming from the show business world.

Urges To Drink in Recovery
Description: Medication assisted treatment with Vivitrol in early recovery can help reduce cravings and urges so the focus can be on laying that foundation.

Processing Feelings in Recovery
Description: We staff counselors in alcohol and drug detox as part of our commitment to integrated behavioral healthcare in alcohol and drug treatment.