Stigmas surrounding words like “addiction,” “recovery,” or “treatment” are challenging to overcome. Veterans face an abundance of these barriers on their journey toward a sober future. For veterans of the armed forces, traumatic experiences and injuries are common. Some studies report up to 30% of those deployed show signs of…More info
Hawaii Island Recovery Staff
In the coming months, Addiction Recovery will become the world’s only patient-rated & reviewed resource for addiction treatment and relapse prevention. By providing people with the advice, support & resources they need to leave their addictions behind, we will empower individuals and their loved ones to make one of the best choices of their entire lives.
Anxiety is a normal part of life, and experiencing some degree of anxiety when faced with trying events or situations is not uncommon. However, for some, anxiety can be an intrusive and detrimental part of life. Knowing when to seek help navigating anxiety from rehab centers in Hawaii is crucial…More info
Members of the armed forces face a combination of emotional stress, physical injury, and unique traumas in the line of duty, and veterans can carry these experiences into civilian life. As a result, the use of addictive substances like drugs or alcohol can be a common and dangerous coping mechanism….More info
Wrestling with acceptance is an often enigmatic idea. It can be difficult to truly embrace what acceptance is, the forms it takes, and how it impacts one’s ongoing recovery. However, acceptance plays a role in many aspects of one’s life, and learning to accept one’s past, identity, and unique experiences…More info
Transitioning from a life of active duty to a civilian lifestyle is complex. Veterans from all branches of the armed forces are faced with profound changes when discharged from service. Navigating this transition comes with a plethora of stresses and challenges that veterans must face. From engaging in new cultures…More info
Nothing about recovery is easy, and managing the stress of change is part of the process. From changing daily routines and new experiences to embracing new hobbies and personal spiritual practices, recovery is a time of transformation on many levels. However, these stresses can be challenging. Balancing an individual’s needs…More info