When a person has completed the early stages of an alcohol or drug addiction treatment program, they are often tempted to believe that their fight to overcome the illness is over. This is . . .
Prescription drug abuse is a problem that is spreading throughout America and elsewhere in the world. According to a study by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), almost 30 million Americans . . .
Led by heroin, America's opioid epidemic is in full swing, filling up heroin rehab centers all across our nation. Heroin might be considered the "sexiest" of all the drugs, glamourized by rock stars . . .
Sometimes enough is enough. Even for the most hardcore of addicts, the bottom eventually comes. The state of that bottom can be as simple as un-manageability or as extreme as a near-death overdose or . . .
There is often an image that people have of drug users and "addicts," and it isn't a favorable one. But the reality is, addiction can affect anyone from any walk of life. In fact, today's opioid . . .