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The Climb

Finding Addiction Treatment for Your Loved One

Jul 10, 2019 9:30:00 AM / by Ascension Recovery Services posted in Addiction Treatment Center, Addiction Recovery, Addiction


Addiction is a chronic, progressive disease that gets worse over time if not treated properly.  Recovery is not easy, but it is possible. At Ascension Recovery Services, our encouraging and certified team of professionals are here to help you. We can contribute to your loved one’s recovery through our customized treatment solutions. 

Our clinical professionals can provide an intervention, assessments and other services needed to make the appropriate recommendations on what type of treatment your loved one should receive. Long-term recovery success rates increase when treatment programs are paired with extended maintenance programs for recovery integration.

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What Are the Signs of a Drug Overdose?

Apr 17, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Ascension Recovery Services posted in Addiction Recovery, Addiction, Overdose


The cause of a drug overdose is either by accidental overdose or by intentional misuse. According to the National Vital Statistics System, in 2017, there were 70,237 drug overdose deaths in the United States.

Read on to learn about signs of a drug overdose.

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Enabling Behavior: Are You Enabling Your Child?

Feb 20, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Ascension Recovery Services posted in Addiction Recovery, Addiction


If your child is using substances (drugs and alcohol), you may have been told that there are certain things you do for them are “enabling.” This can be hard because all you want to do is help them.

Read on to learn about what enabling is, signs of enabling and how to break the cycle.

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Addiction Questions We Receive from Caregivers

Jan 23, 2019 8:00:00 AM / by Jon Dower, CIP, PR posted in Addiction


At Ascension, we get many frequently asked questions from families about their loved ones who
are suffering from substance use disorder. We also see common situations that families find
themselves in.

First and foremost, it is our goal to help the loved one affected by SUD receive treatment, but we know that there can be many steps before we get there like setting boundaries and developing positive family relationships.

Learn more about common situations we see.

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