Alcoholism

Alcoholism

Welcome to our New Day Recovery alcoholism treatment blog topic. At New Day Recovery, we offer addiction help on alcoholism treatment resources. Are you or a loved one an alcoholic and need additional information for alcoholism treatment? We help you through understanding the tools available for alcoholism treatment and help answer any of your questions.

Common alcoholism questions:

  • What is alcoholism?
  • What treatment programs are available for alcoholism?
  • Are there any signs and symptoms for alcoholism?
  • New Day Recovery is a detoxification and substance abuse treatment facility in Youngstown, Ohio and Rogers, Ohio. Our individualized addiction treatment plans treat the symptoms and root cause of addiction. We take pride in providing individual protocols based on the needs of our patients in order to provide an opportunity for lifelong recovery. The New Day Recovery mission is to provide an effective, caring, and efficient person centered continuum of behavioral health treatment services to all of Ohio, West Virginia, and Western Pennsylvania.

    Love and Addiction – A Testing Relationship

    2018-02-25T22:26:51+00:00

    LOVE YOUR LOVED ONE THROUGH ADDICTION, 5 WAYS YOU CAN Even though Valentine’s Day has passed, we strive every day to show love to our family and friends. However, loving someone close to you who is struggling with addiction can be a challenge. Learning how to give love and support in this [...]

    Love and Addiction – A Testing Relationship2018-02-25T22:26:51+00:00

    New Year – New Opportunity to Get Clean

    2018-02-25T22:26:18+00:00

    New Year - New Opportunity to Get Clean The beginning of a new year is the perfect time to turn your life around and rid yourself of the addiction that has been controlling you. This year could be the year that changes everything. As others might embark on reaching their resolutions at [...]

    New Year – New Opportunity to Get Clean2018-02-25T22:26:18+00:00

    The Drug and Alcohol Recovery Process

    2018-02-25T22:25:50+00:00

    The Drug and Alcohol Recovery Process Just like every person experiencing addiction is unique in their experiences, type of addiction, and addiction history, the recovery process has its own uniqueness. Common steps to take toward drug and alcohol recovery: Realization that drugs or alcohol have become a problem. Maybe you [...]

    The Drug and Alcohol Recovery Process2018-02-25T22:25:50+00:00

    6 Tips for a Sober Holiday Season

    2018-02-25T22:25:05+00:00

    6 Tips for a Sober Holiday Season The holidays are meant for a time of peace and joy. Anyone who has struggled with addiction knows that Thanksgiving through New Year’s can be a challenging time to stay clean and have a sober holiday season. There many parties and celebrations filled with enticing holiday [...]

    6 Tips for a Sober Holiday Season2018-02-25T22:25:05+00:00

    Don’t Be An Enabler

    2018-02-25T22:24:32+00:00

    Don't Be an Enabler Many people are in denial about their drug or alcohol addiction and never receive treatment. One reason for this is that family and friends enable their loved one’s addiction. By enabling a loved one’s addiction, the consequences of the addiction are many times removed and so the incentive [...]

    Don’t Be An Enabler2018-02-25T22:24:32+00:00

    Does My Loved One Have A Substance Abuse Problem?

    2018-02-25T22:23:56+00:00

    Does my loved one have a substance abuse problem? It is very hard and stressful to watch a loved one’s life being affected by drugs and/or alcohol. You are worried if your loved one has a substance abuse problem (meaning prescription drugs, illicit drugs, or alcohol) or even an addiction. You may [...]

    Does My Loved One Have A Substance Abuse Problem?2018-02-25T22:23:56+00:00

    Binge Drinking

    2018-02-25T22:19:07+00:00

    Binge Drinking Binge drinking is the consumption of a large amount of alcohol with the goal of getting drunk. The National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism defines binge drinking as drinking alcohol to the level that brings the blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to .08 gram percent or above. For [...]

    Binge Drinking2018-02-25T22:19:07+00:00