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Shutdown Continues to Threaten Addiction Treatment

It’s impossible to remove politics from subjects like drug and alcohol addiction and their treatment. Government policies often dictate how society handles the problems associated...

Battles With Businesses

Employers often times put unreal expectations on potential employees. The questionnaires often have what would be under most normal circumstances questions that sometimes even your...

The REACH Program

Addiction is a mental illness that results in irrational and often self destructive behavior and often is related to substance use. Substance use disorders affect...

Tackling The Whole Problem In Florida

With the entirety of the United States experiencing an upswing in drug overdoses across the spectrum of all drugs including alcohol, prescription and illegal substances,...

Early Phase of Treatment And Self Reporting

Treating addiction and addictive behaviors often requires a lot of patience on both the part of the treatment staff and the patient. It also requires...

A Possible One Two Punch Against Addiction and Depression

As research continues into the world of addiction, mental health and their interrelationship, new possible pathways for treatment of both continue present promise for the...

Middle-Aged Women Fatal Overdoses On The Rise

Across the United States, drug addiction, overdose and fatal overdose rates are increasing seemingly by the day. Alcoholism, opioid addiction, heroin use, cocaine abuse, you...

The Battle of Supply vs. Demand Continues

The Philippines is currently replaying the failed War on Drugs scenario that America perpetuated for decades and is heading down the same path and serves...

Common Myths About Addiction

We are living in the information age. However, even though great information is readily available, there is also a lot of misinformation out there today....

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