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September Is National Recovery Month September 13, 2018

National Recovery Month acknowledges the gains made by people in recovery, as well as the improvements made by those who are managing other health conditions like hypertension, diabetes, asthma, and heart disease. This national observance occurs ...

Why Do Drug & Alcohol Addiction Rates Increase in the Summer? June 26, 2018

Now that the weather is warming up and summer is officially here, everyone is planning on how they will spend their holidays, time off from college, and long, warm nights. For addiction treatment centers around the country, though, the summer season ...

May Is Mental Health Awareness Month May 23, 2018

Although it is brought to the forefront once a year for a month, mental health awareness should be on our minds all year long because of the impact it has on our everyday lives. According to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 44.7 ...

Alcohol Addiction's Toll On Entire Families: Alcohol Awareness Month April 30, 2018

Alcohol Awareness Month – the annual campaign from the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) – is nearly over, but the benefits of observing it never end. In this final blog entry from Turning Point and our New Jersey ...

Questions to Ask Yourself About Your Drinking Habits: Alcohol Awareness Month April 27, 2018

Turning Point – the first name in New Jersey alcohol rehabilitation centers – keeps its attention on Alcohol Awareness Month. The annual campaign managed by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD) hopes to help ...

Replacing Guilt & Shame with Hope & Strength When Fighting Alcohol Addiction April 19, 2018

Your alarm goes off in the morning, after a night of drinking, you’re still disoriented, a wave of emotions come over you when you think of last night…you gather your thoughts as you experience a combination of anxiety, depression and a ...

April is Alcohol Awareness Month April 03, 2018

Since 1987, April has been declared Alcohol Awareness Month by the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. While it is a year-round effort, April is the time of year in which the NCADD hosts seminars, events, and educational occasions. ...

Vicky Cornell Gives First TV Interview Since the Death of Husband Chris Cornell March 02, 2018

Vicky Cornell went on Good Morning America earlier this week to give her first TV interview since her husband, Chris Cornell, died in May of 2017. During her interview with Robin Roberts, Cornell blamed the drugs her husband was prescribed to help ...

OxyContin Manufacturer Purdue to Stop Marketing Their Drug to Doctors in the U.S. February 20, 2018

Purdue Pharma, the drug company behind the opioid OxyContin, recently announced that they will stop promoting their product to doctors in the United States. In a message to employees, Purdue said that it is cutting the company’s sales force ...

How Long Does a Detox Last? April 26, 2017

Like most things, a the effects and longevity of a detox vary depending on individual reactions, and also differ depending on the type of drug, or drink, a person is quitting. A detox is, by definition, the detoxification of the body in order to ...

What to Look for in a Treatment Program March 22, 2017

Addiction is a common problem. In 2009, 23.5 million people over the age of 11 needed treatment for an illicit drug or alcohol abuse issue. The goal of a treatment program is not only to stop the addiction, but also to help people return as ...

Types of Treatment for Painkiller Addiction October 04, 2016

Painkiller addiction is an affliction many individuals suffer from, often originating from opiates prescribed for pain as a result of an injury. Opiate use may continue long after recovery from an illness or injury and the individual may develop a ...

The Difficulties of Overcoming Your Addiction June 23, 2016

While television and movies may have created a stereotypical image of a drug addict, the real world is rarely so cut and dry. While illegal drugs may be incredibly dangerous and addictive, they are far from the only substances responsible for causing ...

A Virtual Tour of Our Facilities June 20, 2016

Making the decision to go to rehab can be stressful. You’ve admitted you have a problem that you need help overcoming, and that may require you to leave your home for an extended period of time. Here at Turning Point, our goals are to help our ...

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