Rehab 101: “Self-Will Run Riot” – How Learning to Let Go of Control Can Help Us Recover

“If the rest of the world would only behave… Whatever our protestations, are not most of us concerned with ourselves, our resentments, or our self-pity? Selfishness – self-centeredness! That, we think, is the root of our troubles.” – Alcoholics Anonymous, A.A. World Services, Inc. When any of us first begin recovery from a substance abuse…

Are You a Healthcare Professional Trying to “Hold Your Liquor” (or Other Substances) During the COVID-19 Pandemic?

PART TWO: About Treatment Designed Specifically to Help You Anyone who has experienced their life being “taken over” and dictated by the obsession and compulsion to drink or use drugs knows just how much loss can be involved: the loss of one’s serenity and sanity, self-esteem, self-worth and health, one’s relationship with a spouse, family,…

detox center specialist meeting with woman about help during a pandemic

Detox Centers—Especially During Pandemic—Provide Vital Services to Those Seeking Sobriety

Given the “double-whammy” for those trying to get and stay sober/clean from a substance abuse disorder, while in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the availability of local medical detox centers can mean the difference between life and death for many. Fortunately, many of the centers that closed or significantly limited their services when the…

woman gazing out a window during php with housing

PHP with Housing for Young Adults

Partial Hospitalization with Housing for Young Adults offers the structure and support of a traditional inpatient rehab without the confining institutional setting. BoardPrep PHP is structured with best-practice elements such as cognitive-behavioral therapy, motivational interviewing, twelve-step facilitation and a trauma-informed approach. EMDR and TMS therapy are also available during PHP, as needed. The housing component…

couple shaking hands with intake specialist for 90 Day Rehab Program

90 Day Rehab Program

BoardPrep adheres to the NIDA “best-practice” recommendation of approximately 90-day rehab programs for the length of stay in primary treatment, for moderate to severe substance use disorders and dual disorders. Accordingly, “primary” treatment refers to inpatient or outpatient rehabilitation depending on the results of the initial assessment. BoardPrep organizes the inpatient experience at a partner…