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Depending upon a number of different factors, a unique combination of treatments and therapies will be appropriate for each individual patient. But how do you know which combination will work best for you?

Take the first steps today to find out more about what will work best for you.

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Recovery is not a one-plan-fits-all process.

Axis encompasses a range of customizable rehab plans and a family of innovative facilities. Our evidence-based, trusted programs address today’s most compelling addiction issues, including alcoholism, drug dependency, and prescription medication abuse. Our unique, beautifully appointed facilities are designed to give our clients a broad spectrum of choices.

For more information on our programs:

Axis ‪#‎Tip‬: Take your time. There’s no rush to link up with a group of people or develop a number of strong friendships.

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12 Step programs have helped thousands get clean and stay sober, but will these mutual self-help groups work for you?

To determine whether a 12-step program is right for you, try attending one or more meetings and reviewing the literature. 

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Seeking treatment for yourself or a family member, but you don't know where to start?

Try our FAQ section. If you still have questions, call (855) 271-7429. An experienced and caring team will guide you through the admissions process and answer all of your questions along the way.

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Does 50 shots of hard liquor a week sound like too much alcohol?

Turns out healthy, wealthy and fit people over 50 were more likely to engage in harmful drinking — 50 shots of hard liquor for men or 35 for women in a week.

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Managing your stress can aid your recovery in an infinite amount of ways. Try to stay open to new, healthy ways to manage your stress.

How do you manage your stress?

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Is a hangover an unavoidable effect of drinking? Is it harmless or a danger to your body? What you need to know.

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How can gratitude make your life better?

Tom Casano says, "Appreciation keeps us focused on what is already good in our lives, and opens up the doorway to more goodness to flow into our lives."

What are you grateful for today?
#HealthyLiving   #WellnessWednesday  

Axis #Tip : Talk to people at meetings, support group sessions, and sober events.

Every time you go to a 12-step meeting or attend a sober party or other event, you are surrounded by people who understand what you have been through and know what you are trying to do with your life now. They are often trying to do the same thing. This is a good pond to “fish in” when it comes to seeking out people who will be a good addition to your #support‬  system.

Remember, they too are in need of solid support, so be ready to be there for them if you are asking them to be there for you.
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