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What Is Kratom and Is Kratom an Opioid?

Have you heard of Kratom? Don’t feel ashamed if this is your first time reading up on it, as kratom is fairly new to the addiction conversation. Long Island Center For Recovery is here to get you started and educated on this new recreational substance, and answer the most common questions relating to kratom, which […]

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Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) & How It Can Help Your Opioid Addiction

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) For Opioid Use Addictive drugs are exactly what we at Long Island Center For Recovery are trying to elevate and remove from our clients lives, but to get there sometimes drugs are exactly what’s needed on the road to success. Not addictive but constructive medications approved by the Food and Drug […]

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Why Is Alcohol Addictive?

Drug Overview: Why Is Alcohol Addictive? Alcohol…addictive? Yes, a legalized substance such as alcohol, despite laws and regulations, is one of the most addictive substances in the United States. So much so, that as of today, alcohol is the most actively used addictive substance of any kind in the United States. Its sheer volume of […]

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Suboxone vs Sublocade – What’s The Difference?

When analyzing Suboxone vs Sublocade, we find many similarities between these medications, from their composition all the way down to their intent but there are just as many differences which we will explore here today.

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How To Get Off Heroin

This will clearly explain the treatment strategy needed, and provide a better understanding of the drug itself, and more importantly, how to get off heroin for good.

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How To Deal With Addiction When You’re In A Blue Collar Career

For those wondering how to deal with addiction within a Blue Collar career you must understand the environment and treatment opportunities available.

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Why Is Fentanyl So Dangerous

Fentanyl is one of the most dangerous drugs in America and is currently being abused through illegal drug use. Learn what makes Fentanyl so dangerous.

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Addiction In Women and How To Create Hope For Those Afflicted

Addiction is a life threatening challenge faced by all of those it afflicts, but addiction in women presents a unique challenge which we will examine further today.

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What Is Suboxone Used For?

Suboxone is a medication assisted treatment used to treat opioid addiction, typically short-acting opioids such as heroin and prescription pain killers such as hydrocodone, methadone, morphine, and oxycodone.

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Inpatient vs. Outpatient Rehab

Wondering about inpatient vs. outpatient rehab facilities? Learn about the key differences and benefits across each of these addiction treatment services.

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