woman struggles with anxiety during quarantine

How Anxiety in Quarantine Can Lead to Addiction

At San Antonio Recovery Center, we offer dual diagnosis treatment programs that address mental health and substance use disorders. If mental health disorders have led you to self-medicate through drug and alcohol abuse, we can help. During the COVID-19 pandemic, many individuals have spent an increased amount of time alone. For those in recovery, isolation…

woman learns that inpatient alcohol rehab can help

An Inpatient Alcohol Rehab Community Cultivates Long-Term Sobriety

With more people than ever suffering from alcoholism in the United States, many individuals have begun to look for ways to increase their long-term sobriety and overall success in recovery. Avoiding relapse, even after completing a rehab program, can be challenging. Returning to everyday life after rehab can be difficult, and many individuals don’t heal…

women wear masks during residential recovery during COVID

How Residential Rehab Works During COVID

Due to the global pandemic, the residential addiction treatment program at San Antonio Recovery Center has changed to accommodate an abundance of caution. Changes include incorporating a period of isolation upon admittance and administering a COVID-19 test for new clients. By adhering to government guidelines and taking all necessary precautions, we are balancing the need to interact…

Dr. explained to patient what narcotics anonymous is

What You Need to Know About Narcotics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous is known for its support that is provided to individuals with addiction issues. It has a history that dates back to the mid-1950s when it was officially founded. There are some potential confusions and myths about Narcotics Anonymous (NA), which may result in some people not having a clear understanding of the organization, its…