Browse our Resources and Treatments below to learn more about Recovery. Attached PDF’s can be downloaded.

Opioid Painkiller Dependency

What is Opioid Painkiller Dependence? Opioid Painkiller Dependence (OPD) is a physical addiction to prescription, and or over the counter painkillers. Opioid painkiller dependence is a long-term medical condition — and one that can be treated effectively. Many people...

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Choosing Recovery

Recovery means different things to different people, and everybody’s recovery is different. Recovery is never out of reach, no matter how hopeless your situation seems. Change is possible with the right treatment and support – even if you’ve tried and failed before....

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Emergency Help

Here’s what you need to know should you ever have to help a person who’s having a bad reaction to a drug or overdosing. Following these steps could save their life. What to look out for AnxiousTensePanickyOverheated and dehydratedDrowsy, orHaving difficulty with...

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Treatment: Self help / mutal aid groups

What is self help /mutual aid? Self help groups, also known as mutual aid groups, are groups of people with similar experiences helping each other to manage or overcome issues. Providing mutual support for each other. Through face to face or online support groups....

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Treatment: Talking Therapies

WHAT IS THIS? Talking therapies are when you talk about your problems. This may involve exploring the reasons for your substance use but may focus on what you can do to resist using or to achieve other positive goals, or may involve a mixture of these. These sessions...

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Cocaine & Dependence

COCAINE A white powder stimulant that is normally snorted or rubbed into the gums. Also called: BlowCChangCharlieChingCokeCrackFlakeFreebasePebblesPercyRocksSniffSnowStonesTootWashWhite The most comprehensive & up to date info on Cocaine can be found here ...

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Blood-borne viruses: HIV, HCV & HBV

A blood-borne virus is a virus that is transmitted not only by blood itself, but also by body fluids that contain blood. The most common blood-borne viruses are HCV, hepatitis B virus (HBV) and HIV. Many viruses can remain infectious in blood outside of the body for...

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