Downloadable Drug Resources: eBooks, Brochures & More
Access to accurate information about illegal drugs and their impact on the human body is essential for those struggling with substance abuse. Likewise, informed friends and family are better equipped to support and encourage a loved one who is battling some form of addiction.
At The Treatment Center, we recognize the importance of reliable, informative drug resources to educate our patients, their families and anybody who visits our website. That’s why we’ve made valuable assets like our treatment facility brochure available online for download.
Here, we also offer a growing collection of eBooks, infographics and informative guides. Take advantage of these resources if you suspect that a family member or friend is in need of medically guided substance abuse treatment.
Browse Our Brochure
Our mission is to restore hope in the life of individuals and families whose lives have been devastated by drug or alcohol addiction. We offer a client-focused, multimodal approach to substance abuse treatment that ensures each patient receives a personalized recovery plan. You can learn more about our treatments, facilities and admissions process by downloading our latest brochure.
Drug and Alcohol Addiction Resources
A bit of information can go a long way when it comes to helping a friend or family member move past their addiction to alcohol or drugs. The following resources provide detailed information about the science behind substance abuse, the effectiveness of treatment strategies and guidelines for family members.
The Connection Between Alcohol Abuse and Depression
Chemically speaking, alcohol Is a depressant. That’s why it’s not surprising that research has identified the deep connection between alcohol abuse and depression. Learn more by downloading our in-depth eBook.
Understanding the 12 Steps of Addiction Treatment
Twelve-step programs make up some of the most well-known treatment strategies for substance abuse in the world. Our helpful guide can tell you everything you need to know about the 12 steps of recovery, including whether such a program would a good fit for you or a loved one.
My Spouse Is Addicted to Xanax; What Do I Do?
Supporting a spouse who suffers from mental illness is difficult. That challenge becomes even more difficult when that spouse begins abusing his or her prescription medication. This guide can assist spouses in talking to their significant other about getting help for Xanax abuse.
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We are committed to helping our patients and their loved ones work through the recovery process with confidence and hope. Visit our downloadable resources library again for new information about substance abuse, addiction, recovery, relapse prevention and more. If you have more immediate questions, feel free to reach out to our admissions counselors 24/7 by phone at (866) 295-6003.