depression and the pandemic

Depression and the Pandemic

Depression is a serious mental health disorder that often leads to complex health problems, withdrawal from daily life, and substance abuse. The pandemic made depression even more intense for some and created symptoms for others. However, depression treatment is effective for many. At United Recovery Project, our depression treatment program can offer the support you…

when should you seek opiate addiction treatment

When Should You Seek Opiate Addiction Treatment?

Opiate addiction can grow quickly. Once it does, it can become hard to control while it impacts every facet of a person’s life. Now is the best time to seek an opiate addiction treatment program. If you’re using these drugs constantly, it’s time to get help. At United Recovery Project, we offer an opiate addiction…

top reasons to attend life skills training program

Top 5 Reasons To Attend Life Skills Training

Drug and alcohol addiction changes a person. Suddenly, each day focuses on the next dose or drink. Things like taking care of their health, maintaining responsibilities, and communicating with family and friends are secondary. But, unfortunately, that’s what the disease of addiction can do. Healing from this may include getting life skills training. Within a…

unique benefits of equine therapy

Unique Benefits Of Equine Therapy

Unique and innovative therapies help many people with addiction and mental health disorders overcome the challenges they face. Equine therapy is one example of a profoundly effective treatment therapy that’s helping many like you find your way forward. At United Recovery Project, our equine therapy program is one of the tools we offer to help…

things you need to know about a transitional living program

Top Things You Need To Know About A Transitional Living Program

What happens after you complete formal residential treatment for addiction? Getting back into the world isn’t always easy and may be filled with numerous risks that put you at risk for relapse. A transitional living program may be one of the most important tools available to you in some situations. It provides a stepping stone…

knowing you are not alone in recovery

Knowing You Are Not Alone in Addiction Treatment

Bryan Alzate, CEO of United Recovery Project, has a message for you. “You are not alone.” And he should know. As a fellow person in recovery, Bryan understands what it feels like to be caught in the downward spiral of addiction. He understands the feelings of isolation and loneliness that result. And he’s more than familiar…