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5 Lifestyle Habits That Support Drug Recovery May 1st, 2022

If you recently recovered from drug addiction or are on your journey to quit drugs for good, adopting some new lifestyle habits can help you manage. It’s important to feel you have support in your continuing recovery as well as the right tools to help yourself.  Our friendly team at...

What You Didn't Know About the Opioid Epidemic Apr 13th, 2022

You may have heard more about the negative effects of opioids recently. Opioid abuse is a serious problem in the United States. Within this post, we explain the facts of this epidemic and how to find help if you struggle with an opioid addiction yourself.  Our supportive team at Drug, Alcohol,...

Helping a Loved One Through Drug Recovery Mar 3rd, 2022

Watching a loved one deal with substance abuse can be very difficult. However, there are some things you can do to support your family and friends as they go through the process of drug recovery.  Our friendly and supportive team at Drug, Alcohol, Mental Health Counseling & Evaluation Services, Inc....

Who's at Risk for Substance Abuse? Feb 1st, 2022

Substance abuse is a complicated subject, and you may assume that you are not at risk. The truth is, anyone can fall into behaviors that lead to substance abuse, although some people may be more at risk than others.  Our team at Drug, Alcohol, Mental Health Counseling & Evaluation Services,...

Myths and Facts About Suboxone® Jan 11th, 2022

Opioid addiction is very serious, but if you’re ready to take action, we can help. One of the medications used to treat opioid addiction is called Suboxone®. Our team at Drug, Alcohol, Mental Health Counseling & Evaluation Services, Inc. in Honolulu, Hawaii, proudly offers Suboxone treatment. As a specialist in...

How to Prepare for Rapid Detox Dec 6th, 2021

If you are affected by alcohol or drug dependency and try to quit these substances, your body might experience withdrawal symptoms. These symptoms can be uncomfortable, but our team is ready to help. Drug, Alcohol, Mental Health Counseling & Evaluation Services, Inc in Honolulu, Hawaii is proud to offer rapid...

The Different Types of Therapy Nov 8th, 2021

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans struggle with their mental health, and with that, more turn to therapy. Therapy can be a wonderful tool to help you manage a mental health problem or face life’s challenges, but it can also be a key part of recovery from a drug or alcohol...

Understanding a Dual Diagnosis Oct 14th, 2021

Over eight million Americans suffer from a dual diagnosis, which refers to having a substance abuse disorder alongside a mental health disorder. Obtaining this diagnosis is always a great step, as it means you can start getting the help you need.  At Drug, Alcohol, Mental Health Counseling & Evaluation Services,...

The Role of Genetics in Substance Abuse and Addiction Sep 15th, 2021

There are many things that can lead to alcohol and drug addiction, but surprisingly, your genetics can play a big role in your susceptibility to substance abuse.  At Drug, Alcohol, Mental Health Counseling & Evaluation Services, Inc. in Honolulu, Hawaii, we are proud to offer substance abuse treatment to help...

How Suboxone Helps Patients Beat Opioid Addiction Aug 18th, 2021

In the United States, millions of people develop opioid addictions, often after being prescribed opioid pain medication. While this type of pain medication can offer relief, it can also make you dependent on the opioid itself. If you struggle with opioid cravings, you can get help no matter what stage...

Alcohol Withdrawal: What to Expect and How We Help Jul 11th, 2021

For many people, enjoying a beer or a glass of wine is a way to relax and socialize. But if you find yourself exhibiting signs of alcohol dependency and want to quit drinking, you may be concerned about facing withdrawal on your own.  At Drug, Alcohol, Mental Health Counseling &...

How to Talk to Your Loved One About Addiction Treatment Jun 28th, 2021

Most people are pretty good at denying and avoiding their problems. Confronting your issues takes a certain amount of self-awareness, as well as optimism that the problem can be solved.  If you believe your loved one has a problem with addiction, you may wonder how to start talking about it...