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La Hacienda's Treatment and Recovery Blog

La Hacienda staff were invited to participate in a rubber duck race at our property on the Guadalupe River last Friday. The criteria for the race was as follows: Rubber ducks will be supplied or you can bring your own duck. Three rules: 1. No live ducks. 2. Each race must begin at...
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Many modern prescription painkillers belong to a class of drugs known as opioids. Opioids, also referred to as opiates or narcotics, are a form of painkiller derived from opium. Medications derived from opiates are typically prescribed to treat severe pain, but as a side-effect, opioids also make people ‘feel good.’ This feeling of...
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La Hacienda annually hosts a dinner for all employees that have been part of our family for over 10 years, which accounts for over 38% of our staff. The time, care, and dedication of these employees equates to 1,056 years of providing treatment and support to maximize recovery for each alcohol/drug dependent patient...
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La Hacienda is sponsoring a Sober Tailgate tomorrow at the TCU vs. UT baseball game at Lupton Stadium on April 24th @ 4:30 p.m. We will be located at Lot 13 (between the soccer/baseball fields). Come join us for pizza, soft drinks, cookies, yard games, live music and giveaways! #laharecovery...
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On March 23, 2015, La Hacienda’s Cade Saurage joined Safe Call’s Sean Riley in Daytona Beach, Fl. to participate in and support the Advanced Undercover Techniques and Survival Training Program. A large portion of the program is designed around the psychological effects of undercover operations and the room is filled with Police Chiefs...
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Detoxification, the process of ridding the body of toxins, is a vital initial step for those entering substance abuse rehabilitation. While some believe that leaving addiction behind is as simple as ‘going cold-turkey,’ once a person’s body reaches the stage of chemical dependency which includes a physical addiction to alcohol or a drug,...
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