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Sovereign Health Launches Innovative Relationships in Recovery Toolkit

San Clemente, Calif. — Sept. 6, 2016 — Sovereign Health, a leading national provider of behavioral health treatment services, announces the launch of the “Relationships in Recovery” content toolkit, an innovative new resource for former patients and their loved ones. The “Relationships in Recovery” toolkit is a step-by-step resource that provides readers with tools to […]

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“Relationships in Recovery” Quiz

“Relationships in Recovery” Quiz

Relationships are complex and some can even be abusive. See how you do as you navigate through these three scenarios. Start Quiz

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Relationships in Recovery Guidebook

Relationships in Recovery Guidebook

Topics in the downloadable guidebook include: How to choose a treatment provider How to recognize an overdose How to manage cravings What to do after a relapse How to reconcile damaged relationships How to conquer legal and financial problems

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Interview: Repairing damaged relationships in substance use disorder treatment and recovery

Interview: Repairing damaged relationships in substance use disorder treatment and recovery

Q&A Featuring Sovereign Health’s Monica Powers, Psy.D., Director of Clinical Development at Sovereign Health of Los Angeles The vast majority of individuals with substance use disorders experience relationship problems as the result of their drinking or use of other drugs. We spoke with Monica Powers, Psy.D., director of clinical development at Sovereign Health of Los […]

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Recovery Next Door: Best-selling author’s inspirational story of overcoming depression, alcohol abuse

Recovery Next Door: Best-selling author’s inspirational story of overcoming depression, alcohol abuse

Sovereign Health’s investigative news series, “Not in My Backyard” and “Beyond NIMBY,” have addressed the local community’s resistance to having group homes and treatment facilities available to people with mental health conditions. That resistance is known as NIMBY or “not in my backyard.” Sovereign Health’s new editorial series, “Recovery Next Door: Portraits of Success That […]

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