It’s not just about treatment; it’s about the ongoing journey toward recovery. Prairie View can help you overcome your substance use, regardless of where you are in your journey.
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An epidemic of drug abuse has swept across Kansas and throughout the United States. The epidemic originates not in meth labs, poppy plants or cocoa fields but in our medicine cabinets. While marijuana, cocaine and heroin are commonly referenced as the greatest threats in America’s battle against drug addiction, the abuse of prescription medication poses…Read More →
Addiction is a struggle, not just for the addict in the grip of drugs or alcohol, but for that addict’s friends and family. And while the cost of addiction can be counted in lost money or time, oftentimes the abuse of drugs or alcohol takes the greatest toll on relationships. Here are five ways you…Read More →
The holidays can be a wonderful time; the people we love gather together to celebrate and enjoy each other’s company. But those same social gatherings can be a minefield of temptation and anxiety for recovering alcoholics. While others unwind and relax with a beer, wine or cocktail, people in recovery must navigate how to be…Read More →
One out of every four people in the United States suffers from a treatable mental illness. Nearly one in ten of these people will turn to alcohol or drugs and end up fighting addiction as well. Take Joel, Cristina and Shea, for example. Joel struggled with maintaining employment after his military service. He snapped at…Read More →
After decades of work at a physically demanding job, a constant, nearly unbearable ache in your lower back makes it difficult for you to complete even the simplest tasks. Returning home from a tour of duty overseas, the incessant pain from the leg injury you received while on patrol makes it difficult to concentrate, much…Read More →
The decision to enter treatment for a drug or alcohol problem can scare anyone. In fact, it is a common reason for not seeking treatment at all. The decision to enter treatment is the scariest part. Congratulations on getting this far. The truth is the decision to find treatment is the first courageous step on…Read More →