Addiction Books and Resources: Learn About Substance Abuse Recovery
Alcohol, drugs, sex, food, gambling, and prescription medication: addiction is never simple and is complex to understand. JourneyPure offers a comprehensive and detailed look at the impact of chemical dependency on addicts, their loved ones, society and the economy. Our eBooks blend statistics, cutting-edge research and compelling personal narratives to help you better understand the road to recovery.
New knowledge and new treatments create new hope for addicts and their loved ones across the country. Our eBooks are essential reading for anyone wanting to comprehend the addiction and the effective treatment modalities that are available. JourneyPure is here to help you step into recovery and reclaim your life.
Life After Addiction: This book is a helpful tool following treatment.
Addiction recovery goes beyond simply stopping use of drugs or alcohol—it is accomplished over time by building a new life away from these substances.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by the thought of dealing with restructuring your days alone—it’s okay. There are simple checkpoints you can follow to ensure your success for days and years to come.
Types of Treatment Modalities for Addiction and Recovery:
This eBook is a helpful tool in understanding the treatment options available to you.
There is no one-size-fits-all approach when it comes to treating an addiction disorder. Everyone has different experiences, genetics and issues unique to their substance abuse. By understanding the various treatment modalities and drug abuse, you will be better equipped to find a program that meets your needs.
Aside from detailing the types of treatment modalities, this eBook will highlight the principles of successful addiction treatment as well as the benefits of professional and medically supervised treatment. After reading this eBook, you will know the next steps you need to take for yourself or for a loved one who may be struggling with substance abuse and a co-occurring mental health disorder.