The well-being and safety of our clients, their families, and our staff are always our top priority at Phoenix Rising Recovery.

Phoenix Rising will continue to serve our recovery community during this time. In conjunction with our existing infection control policies, we are closely monitoring CDC updates on the impact of the coronavirus as they are released.

For more information, we encourage you to please take some time to read the Center for Disease Control’s guidelines on the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

Category Archives: Alcohol

What is Polysubstance Abuse?

Polysubstance abuse sounds like a difficult problem to develop, but it is actually quite easy to find yourself in the middle of this type of substance abuse problem. It is simply using more than one...

What is Comorbidity?

The existence of more than two illnesses or conditions in the same person is known as comorbidity. This can apply to several issues. It is often seen in the context of substance abuse and mental...

Substance Induced Mood Disorder

Substance abuse is a critical problem that affects all areas of a person's life. If you're dealing with dependency on drugs or alcohol, it's also possible that you may be experiencing a mental health condition....

Physical Signs of Alcoholism

Most of us are aware of the term "closet drinker." The question is, "how can someone have a significant drinking addiction without people noticing?" Sometimes, people do notice, but decide to do nothing. Experts refer...

Is Alcoholism a Mental Illness?

Alcoholism is the final stage of an alcohol use disorder. It comes with many psychological and physical problems. With that in mind, some wonder, is alcoholism a mental illness? Most importantly, is there still hope...

How to Deal with Alcohol Withdrawal

Drinking heavily for a long time creates changes in your body’s chemistry. These changes can lead to uncomfortable reactions when you don’t supply enough of the chemical at all times. Your body’s reactions to this...

1 6 7 8