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The ShareHouse Experience

ShareHouse is seen as the Upper Midwest’s leader in SUD services and our patient experience must follow suit. The ShareHouse experience is a reflection of the four points of our medallion and rooted in courtesy, understanding, attentiveness, and teamwork. Given the variety of interactions our patients have on a...

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How to Choose the Right Recovery Center

You’ve realized you want to get sober, now what? Who do you reach out to? What do you look for in a recovery center? These questions are probably running through your mind as you contemplate your next steps. The right rehab program will make success more likely, but the...

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Parenthood and Addiction

Drug and alcohol addiction have become one of the most pressing national public health issues in the United States. This issue is especially challenging for parents, who struggle to take care of both themselves and their children concurrently. Addiction does not discriminate. Substance abuse is prevalent among the rich...

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Employee Spotlight: Gail Reierson

How long have you been with ShareHouse? – 22 months What is your title/position? – Mental Health Therapist What are your days consumed with? Typical day on the job? – Meeting with groups and individuals regarding concerns they have.  I also keep up with documentation for accurate records.   What...

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Did You Know ShareHouse Provides Onsite Social Detox?

Often known as Social Detox, ShareHouse is licensed to provide Managed Residential Withdrawal Management (ASAM 3.2 level of care).  This level of care is provides detoxification in an organized residential, nonmedical setting delivered by appropriately trained staff who provide safe, 24-hour monitoring, observation, and support in a supervised environment...

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Testimonial – Katie

Two years ago, I was in a very bad place, both mentally and emotionally. ShareHouse brought me out of the darkest moments, and ultimately saved my life. Let me take you back to where it all began.  High school for me was pretty normal. I was your typical high...

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