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Adderall and Other ADHD Meds: The Dangerous Risk of Psychosis

Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder is a neurodevelopmental disorder that often impacts children and adolescents. But, this disorder, usually referred to as ADHD, is also very prevalent...

5 Personality Changes That Occur in Opiate Addicts

With the American Opioid Crisis showing no signs of slowing down, there’s more of a chance than ever before that you know someone who has...

A Higher Standard of Care: Why You Should Consider Residential Treatment in South Florida

In South Florida, the fight against drug use and addiction has been quite the ordeal. It has been far from easy to loosen the tight...

7 Essential Elements of a Good Aftercare Program for Addiction

Did you know that only about a third of people who are abstinent for less than a year after a treatment program will remain abstinent?  Upon leaving...

5 Pitfalls of Interventions and How to Do an Intervention That Works

In 2016, the Surgeon general released a report stating that one in every seven Americans will face a substance addiction in their lifetime.  That same report found...

Sobering Stats: What Is the Connection Between Alcohol and Suicide?

Nearly 8 million adults struggle with co-occurring disorders: mental health issues and substance abuse.  If someone you love has an addiction to alcohol, you may...

Alcohol Moderation: Meaning and Myth

Many alcoholics believe that they can moderate their drinking, but is moderation a possibility? Is moderation meaning the ability of control to people that are not educated...

Where Is the Problem? 7 Florida Drug Abuse Statistics to Know

Florida is one of the most beautiful and vibrant states in America. It’s also susceptible to America’s growing substance abuse problem. If you live in...

Intensive Outpatient (IOP) Treatment for Cocaine Addiction In South Florida

In 2017, over 900,000 Americans over the age of 12 were suffering from an addiction to cocaine. This powerfully addictive illicit drug has found its...

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