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  At Momentum Recovery we understand that the completion of a primary treatment program is a huge step towards a meaningful life free from addiction. We also recognize that most individuals need additional support to continue to progress in their recovery. That is why we exist: to assist young adults in maintaining forward progress.

Group therapy

Using Group Therapy For Addiction Recovery

If you are recovering from an alcohol or drug addiction, you may be questioning the idea of participating in group therapy. A lot of people can struggle to speak honestly with a therapist or counselor. They can have a very hard time speaking up about past trauma and feel intimidated by this new experience. Group therapy can help by allowing a recovering addict the...
Community in Recovery

Building a Support System in Recovery and Why It’s Important

Recovering from drug and alcohol addiction can be challenging. It's even more difficult if you try to do it by yourself. When you hear of people's addiction recovery success stories, they almost never do it alone. They usually always had a strong support system to keep them going in their darkest moments. Having the support of a community in recovery is vital. Let's...
Fear about addiction recovery

Overcoming Fears About Addiction Treatment

Fear is a natural emotion that is meant to keep you out of danger. Yet, there are some times when fear can hold you back from doing things that are meant to better you. For people suffering from addiction, fear about going to rehab is a real obstacle to overcome, and it’s perfectly normal to worry about making a major change.  In fact, lots of people go back and forth...

Codependency and Addiction

Becoming too entangled or enmeshed with another person can have serious consequences, especially if that person is struggling with substance abuse issues. Those who struggle with codependency can unknowingly create danger, cause harm, and continue the chaos with their loved ones and themselves. To understand the connection between codependency and addiction, let’s...