Top 10 Health Consequences of Drug Abuse

Oct 16, 2019 12:13:52 PM / by Providence Recovery Services posted in Drug Addiction, Recovery Treatment, drug abuse


There were 70,237 drug overdose deaths in the United States in 2017. Short-term and long-term health effects occur from repetitive drug abuse over the years. Specific effects depend on the person, how much is being used, medical history and, of course, which substance(s) are being used. 

Continue reading to find out the top 10 health conditions associated with drug abuse and how our staff can help you. 

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What To Do If Your Loved One is Experiencing a Withdrawal

Oct 2, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by Providence Recovery Services posted in Addiction Treatment, Recovery, withdrawal symptoms


Did you know that the relapse rate for individuals struggling with substance use disorders is relatively high? The rate is estimated to be between 40 percent and 60 percent.

A few factors influence the severity of withdrawal:

  • Level of dependency 
  • Length of time abusing the substance
  • Type of substance abused
  • Method of abuse (e.g., snorting, smoking, injecting, or swallowing)
  • Amount used each time
  • Family history and genetic makeup
  • Medical and mental health factors

Learn more about withdrawal and how you can help your loved one below. 

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What Options Does My Loved One Have for Addiction Recovery?

Sep 18, 2019 10:22:15 AM / by Providence Recovery Services posted in Addiction, Addiction Treatment, Recovery Treatment


Research finds that when people take advantage of aftercare services, rates of relapse decrease. You need a personalized treatment plan for your loved one’s specific desires for their journey through recovery.  

Some standard components of a typical aftercare treatment plan include outpatient treatment, counseling, recovery support groups, sober living homes and support from friends and family. 

At Providence Recovery, we accommodate patients who seek treatment options through various treatment services that are customized to fit their needs. We pride ourselves on providing patient-centered addiction treatment, including:

  • Medication Assisted Treatment
  • Partial Hospitalization Program
  • Intensive Outpatient Program
  • Sober Living Home

Continue reading below to learn which treatment option is best for your loved one. 

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What Should I Do if I Think My Loved One Has a Drug Addiction?

Sep 4, 2019 9:00:00 AM / by Providence Recovery Services posted in Addiction, Treatment, Drug Addiction


Did you know that Americans between the ages of 18 and 25 are most likely to use addictive drugs?

The human brain is the most complex organ in the body, and it regulates your body’s essential functions. It shapes your thoughts, emotions and behavior. Drugs can alter primary brain areas necessary for life-sustaining purposes. 

If you are worried that your loved one may be suffering from drug addiction, continue reading below for more information on what you should do. 

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Signs Your Loved One Has a Substance Use Disorder

Aug 21, 2019 12:00:00 PM / by Providence Recovery Services posted in Substance Use Disorder, Addiction, Treatment


Do you have concerns that your loved one is struggling with a substance use disorder (SUD)? 

According to the American Psychiatric Association, people with SUD have distorted thinking, behavior, and body functions. The psychological changes in the brain cause people to have intense cravings for the substance, affecting judgment, decision-making, learning, memory, and behavior control.

Continue reading below to see if these signs resemble your loved one’s behavior. 

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Welcome to Providence Recovery

Aug 5, 2019 3:09:56 PM / by Providence Recovery Services


Welcome to Providence Recovery! We are a patient-centered addiction treatment program for men and women located in Craig, Colorado. 

Our team is comprised of a group of healthcare and medical professionals who are passionate to work with you through the addiction recovery journey. With the extensive medical background and experience, our caregivers will treat patients from a holistic approach, “the whole individual,” through multiple treatment therapies. Addressing mental, emotional and physical well-being are all equally important in the recovery process. 

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