Cove Center For Recovery Blog

Drug myth or fact

The National Institute of Drug Abuse (NIDA) is one of the largest supporters of the world’s research on drug abuse and addiction. Routinely they put out reports on drug facts and myths. Here are excerpts […]

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Prison and Drug Use – The Facts

 

Prison and Drugs are often mentioned in the same sentence due to the close association within the two. Not only are people sent to prison due to drug involvement or another, evidence shows that a […]

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Dylan P’s Story

“The Cove taught me how to deal with my problems in a mature way.”

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Anthony G’s Story

“The Cove taught me how to become a better human being for myself and society.”

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Staying sober is fun

“The Cover taught me to improve myself and learn how much fun being sober could be. I don’t see why I ever used drugs to feel good now.”

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Aimee

“My family life is way better than it was. It is flourishing.”

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Cassandra

“I have learned to improve my life at the Cove Center for Recovery by learning how to enjoy life by doing sober things that are fun, like kayaking, going to the movies, going to the […]

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Underage Drinking and Driving

Underage teenagers and young adults are still consuming alcohol and driving. According to a recent publication from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, approximately 5,000 people who are under the age of 21 die each […]

Drug Use and Hepatitis C

Hepatitis means inflammation of the liver. Hepatitis C is very serious and it can have a lasting effect on the overall health of the infected person. It can lead to liver damage as well as cirrhosis, liver […]

Three Easy Ways to Maintain Your Sobriety

Maintaining sobriety can be difficult for anyone who has struggled with drug or alcohol addiction. First, you have to physiologically recover from the chemical dependence caused by alcohol, heroin, methamphetamine, and most prescription drugs. This […]