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The Link Between Addiction, Sexual Abuse, and PTSD

The Link Between Addiction, Sexual Abuse, and PTSD

Effectively treating a substance use disorder (SUD) relies on understanding how it developed. Knowing the factors that led to or add to addiction can help treatment specialists shape the experience of a program for women with SUDs. Two of those factors can come from...

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Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Risks from Substance Use

Pregnancy and Breastfeeding Risks from Substance Use

Alcohol and other drug use can create serious risks for both a mother and her baby, so it’s important to find the right type of treatment program quickly. A program experienced in treating pregnant women and new mothers after childbirth can help lower the risk to...

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Sober for the Holidays: The Greatest Gift of All

Sober for the Holidays: The Greatest Gift of All

The holiday season is a time of cheer and giving, but it can also create unrealistic expectations, over-commitment, and emotional stress. These things, when combined, can brew into a perfect storm for individuals in recovery. This year has been full of unknowns,...

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What is Chronic Relapse Disease and How is it Treated

What is Chronic Relapse Disease and How is it Treated

You may not know the term “chronic relapse” right now, but you’re probably aware of the behavior it describes. Chronic relapsers with drug or alcohol use disorders have been unable to remain in recovery and end up back in treatment for substance use again and again....

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How I Embrace Chaos

How I Embrace Chaos

Jennifer Pinkerton LCSW, LCDC, Certified Therapist in EMDR People often ask me how I do it all. I am a wife, the mother of four boys, a full-time employee, a citizen who serves on various boards and committees, and a woman who continues to increase her knowledge,...

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What Extended and Continuing Care Did for Me

What Extended and Continuing Care Did for Me

By Claire Lavergne, Senior Alumni Care Coordinator When in the grips of addiction, fall who are involved in the addicted person’s life - family, friends, coworkers, and everyone in between - suffer as well. For families, there may seem like an overwhelming amount of...

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A Sense of Hope – Alumni Testimonial

A Sense of Hope – Alumni Testimonial

Jennifer H. - Hannah's House Alumnus I’ll never forget that January day when I walked through the doors at Hannah’s House. I was completely broken. I honestly didn’t think I could be one of those people with long term sobriety. I was treated with dignity and respect....

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A Time of Disconnect

A Time of Disconnect

The effects of COVID-19 have brought stress, uncertainty, and isolation to everyone. For someone with a substance use disorder (SUD), these factors can lead to increased drug and alcohol use. While the world is seemingly at a halt due to COVID-19, for those with an...

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Symptoms of Substance Abuse: Alcohol, Narcotics and Cocaine

Symptoms of Substance Abuse: Alcohol, Narcotics and Cocaine

Substance abuse or addiction is more than just on-the-surface addiction. We seek to understand our patients’ past traumas, disorders, and sufferings to hold compassion throughout the recovery process and to facilitate healing to empower our patients through their...

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Hannah’s House: Most Insurance Accepted

Aetna, UnitedHealthCare, Beacon, Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (details)

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