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Dealing with Drug-Addicted Parents

By BayviewRecovery BayviewRecovery Published: February 12, 2021 Updated: April 9, 2021 Loving children consider parents to be role models who lead by example. But drug-addicted parents turn that paradigm on its head. This substance abuse problem has become so prevalent that National Surveys on Drug Use and Health indicate that 8.7 million children 17 years…

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What Does Decriminalization Mean?

By BayviewRecovery BayviewRecovery Published: January 9, 2021 Updated: March 18, 2021 At Bayview Recovery, we provide information to help our clients make informed decisions about drug abuse treatment. Understanding how state and federal laws compare can help you understand your rights and the risks you may face in recovery. Decriminalization refers to removing drugs from…

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Enjoying a Sober New Year

By BayviewRecovery BayviewRecovery Published: December 31, 2020 Updated: February 19, 2021 Several task force agencies warn against heavy drinking, including binge drinking, which costs the United States billions of dollars every year. Alcohol abuse resulted in lost wages or affected work productivity, costs related to criminal justice, healthcare, and other expenses. The New Year is…

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Supporting a Loved One in Recovery

By BayviewRecovery BayviewRecovery Published: December 13, 2020 Updated: February 19, 2021 Having a loved one in recovery is simultaneously glorious and challenging. On the one hand, watching someone work on becoming their best self is fantastic. However, recovery is a long and complicated road requiring patience and understanding. Often, family members and loved ones can…