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Alcoholism Treatment

Don’t ignore alcohol-related issues, they’re not going away, but through counseling and rehabilitation, we can help you. It’s time to break free of destructive patterns and start on the road to recovery. The greatest achievement of your life will be sobriety and today is the day you start. Contact the Recovery Center of Cameron County for assistance.

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Cocaine Addiction

In the United States, cocaine is the most abused stimulant drug. It has a powerful psychological effect on a user. It affects the parts of the brain that deal with pleasure and rewards -making cocaine extremely addictive.

Cocaine withdraw lacks physical symptoms as seen with addiction to alcohol and opiates however it does lead to symptoms such as depression, nervousness, mood swings and anxiety.

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Co-Dependency

Codependency is a term widely used in the chemical addiction field. Originally it described the person or persons who were affected, due to being involved with someone suffering from addiction. A parent, spouse, brother or sister who is involved with the addict develops a certain pattern of behaviors for coping.

Recent studies show that you don’t have to be in an addictive family to develop codependent behaviors. The condition can emerge from any family system where certain unwritten rules exist. These rules make healthy growth difficult and change very challenging.

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Drug Addiction Treatment

Too often, drug addiction goes untreated. Addiction is a complex illness characterized by intense & uncontrollable drug cravings and persistant use. While the path to drug addiction begins with a voluntary act of taking drugs, over time a person’s ability to choose not to do so becomes compromised, at which point seeking and consuming the drug becomes compulsive. This behavior results largely from the effects of prolonged drug exposure on brain function.

Addiction is a brain disease that affects multiple brain circuits, including those involved in reward, motivation, learning, memory, and inhibitory control over behavior

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Marijuana Addiction l Abuse

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, Marijuana is the most frequently abused illegal drug in the United States. Long-term use of marijuana can lead to addiction; therefore, treatment is often required. There are several challenges with Marijuana Addiction orAbuse. At The Recovery Center of Cameron County we are dedicated to providing outpatient behavioral health treatment services to the public.

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Substance Abuse

At Recovery Center of Cameorn County, individuals struggling with substance abuse receive treatment focused on their unique needs. Our programs are designed to address the multi-faceted components of addiction. We’ll first perform an assessments to determine the proper coarse of action.

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