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7 Benefits of Attending Residential Drug Treatment Programs

To many people, addiction seems like a disease that they’ll never have to worry about. But, did you know that 1 in 7 people in...

Here Is What to Bring to Rehab

You’ve made that critical decision that you can’t go on like this. You’ve booked yourself into rehab – well done you. The question on your...

“What Can I Expect from PHP Treatment?” Your Questions, Answered

The US is home to over 14,000 treatment facilities that specialize in recovery for drug and alcohol abuse. Among that growing number of facilities is...

11 Warning Signs That You’re A Functioning Alcoholic

Did you know drug abuse and addiction cost American society more than $740 billion a year? A lot of people struggle with addiction. Some folks...

You Just Received a Dual Diagnosis. Now What?

Approximately 15% of the world’s population is afflicted by either a mental health condition, a substance use disorder, or both. If that isn’t startling enough, it’s...

Cocaine Use During Pregnancy: 9 Different Ways Cocaine Affects Your Unborn Baby

Did you know that 21% of people who try cocaine will eventually become addicted to it? Similar to many other drug addictions, cocaine addiction doesn’t discriminate –...

Is Marijuana Addictive?

Marijuana is a safe drug because it isn’t ever addictive, right? Wrong. This is a commonly held belief about marijuana, totally unsupported by research. As...

What Is the Connection Between Alcohol and Depression?

What if you were sliding further into depression without even knowing it? Many people use alcohol as a coping mechanism to deal with their depression....

13 Complications of Alcoholism: How Long-Term Heavy Drinking Affects Your Body

The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism reports that there are over 16 million patients diagnosed with alcoholism in the US. Understanding this disease may...

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