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What is outpatient rehab?

December 27, 2020

What is outpatient rehab?

Outpatient rehab allows for addiction treatment while a person is still living at home. This type of treatment addresses addiction in a treatment setting for several hours a day or week, allowing for the client to retain a regular schedule. Ready to take the next step?Fill out our confidential formConfidential Form
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December 27, 2020

Is alcohol addictive?

Yes, alcohol is both physically and mentally addictive. Simply put, alcohol can change the chemistry in the brain, leading to physical dependency. Ready to take the next step?Fill out our confidential formConfidential Form
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December 27, 2020

What is considered excessive drinking?

Excessive drinking includes binge drinking and heavy drinking. Additionally, excessive drinking involves any drinking by pregnant women or those that are underage. Ready to take the next step?Fill out our confidential formConfidential Form
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December 27, 2020

What is gray area drinking?

Gray area drinking refers to the level of drinking that is considered more than light to moderate consumption but not yet to the level of alcohol addiction. This type of drinker rarely hits a rock bottom. However, alcohol still may be a problem in these individuals’ lives. Many drinkers fall into the gray area category....
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December 21, 2020

How is moral injury treated?

Since moral injury is not a diagnosable disorder, there is no predefined treatment for it. Group therapy with others who have been through similar events has been found to be helpful. Cognitive Processing Therapy is also thought to assist those with moral injury in processing the traumatic events. Ready to take the next step?Fill out...
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December 21, 2020

What’s the difference between PTSD and moral injury?

While post-traumatic stress disorder and moral injury share many symptoms, there are a few notable differences. PTSD is a diagnosable mental disorder while moral injury is not yet a clinical diagnosis. In addition, PTSD is primarily fear-based, often as a result of an attack. Moral injury, on the other hand, is a moral dilemma, or...
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December 21, 2020

Is Moral Injury a Clinical Diagnosis?

No, moral injury is not yet a clinical diagnosis. Ready to take the next step?Fill out our confidential formConfidential Form
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December 21, 2020

What Does Moral Injury Mean?

Moral injury refers to the reaction to a traumatic event that conflicts with a person’s code of ethics. This causes mental trauma to the person who witnessed (or was involved in) the unsettling circumstances. Moral injuries are commonly noticed in members of the military due to the nature of combat. Ready to take the next step?Fill...
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December 14, 2020

What are some barriers to receiving mental health treatment?

This article covers some of the most common barriers to mental health treatment for veterans, including: Mental barriers Life responsibilities Finding dual diagnosis treatment Pushing past all of these barriers to care by contacting Heroes’ Mile is the only way to find effective, long-lasting treatment. Ready to take the next step?Fill out our confidential formConfidential...
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December 14, 2020

What are common mental health issues?

Some of the most common mental health issues in the United States include anxiety disorders, depression, and post-traumatic stress disorder. As we know, these issues all affect veterans as well. In fact, the prevalence of PTSD and other mental health issues is higher in veterans than the rest of the population. This shows that the...
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