Boundaries, New Life, Nutrition Reboot – The Best of Excursions

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It’s spring and in Michigan everything is chirping, budding and flowering. It makes you feel alive, awakened after a long sleep …  We’ve been distancing for several weeks, and one of the interesting things that seems to have come from our stay-at-home charge, is determining what is essential.  So, as the world begins to open up, it’s time to set healthy boundaries, assess things anew, and recast nutrition as a priority. Below are three articles (and an invitation) to help you do just that.

 

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Establishing Healthy Boundaries in Family Recovery

 

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Walking Through an Empty House/New Life in Recovery

Many of my clients lament trepidation about starting a new life in recovery. When we make the decision to recover, we’re required to reshape our routines, style of relating, downtime. That’s intimidating. But starting over also brings opportunity. [read more …]

 

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Recovery Nutrition – The Rundown on Not Feeling Run Down

When someone begins treatment for a substance use disorder, “recovery nutrition” is not at the top of their priority list. The importance of nutrition often gets lost in the process. [read more…]

 

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At Sanford Addiction Treatment Centers, we want to inspire you to find your inner grit, rekindle your interests and engage your passion. Our guiding principles include a homelike environment, individualized treatment, medication-assisted and integrated therapies, robust excursions and family involvement. The treatment programs at Sanford House at Cherry Street for Women and Sanford House at John Street for Men are gender specific to foster safety, honesty and community. People in different stages of recovery need different levels of care - Sanford Outpatient Center provides connection, education and all levels of group therapy to those who are inspired to embrace sobriety in a real life environment. Sanford Virtual Addiction Treatment provides the same evidence-based practices in the comfort and safety of home.