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Finally, a comprehensive medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program that incorporates cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) and peer support that can be easily integrated into your substance use disorder treatment practice for Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) or Opioid Use Disorder (OUD).

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Beating addiction is not an easy feat and almost inevitably requires professional help to do it successfully—moreover, the ongoing support from family and friends is crucial as one begins their journey on the road to recovery. The mental, emotional and physical hardship along the way can be devastating for both the individual struggling with their addiction—as well as society at large when someone’s life becomes too consumed by substances such as opioids or alcohol. The thought of beating addiction alone can be draining, especially when cravings persist. At the end of the day, beating an addiction doesn’t come down to motivation alone; there also needs to be a strong will and determination to ultimately achieve sobriety once again.

So what steps can be taken to overcome addiction? There are countless opinions on this topic, which is why it’s vital to seek guidance from experts in the medical field before committing to a program. The goal to beat addiction may seem like a daunting one, but people succeed in doing so every day and many remain sober for the rest of their lives. That being said, it’s first & foremost extremely important to know how these substances or behaviors impact your body and brain differently—you can use this knowledge as the guide for yourself when planning which steps will be best moving forward. For example, alcohol can produce feelings such as relaxation and pleasure—which leave most people longing for more; however alcohol also negatively affects our judgment and decision-making, so it could lead someone into trouble in the end. Without the proper support and structured recovery program, sadly most will succumb to their vices. If you or a loved one needs help beating addiction, please contact us right away. We are here as a friend and a resource.