Crystal meth, short for crystal methamphetamine, is a powerful, widely spread, street drug. Learn the basic facts about meth abuse, side effects and addiction, here.
What are the the REAL addiction and trauma issues among First Responders? Todd Langus, Psy.D, MFTI shares insights and speaks from his experience in this interview.
Percocet has a high habit-forming potential for anyone who uses it continuously over the long therm, or abuses it illegally. Explore the effects of Percocet addiction, here.
First Responders require confidential support for addiction. But what’s getting in the way of successful treatment? And how can we fill the gap? We explore with expert Scott H. Silverman here.
How can you effectively evaluate your addiction treatment practice? An exclusive Q&A with LIC6 speaker, business consultant, and data analyst, Ashley Hall, here.
Addiction is a complex disease. In this interview, Dr. Howard Wetsman, MD talks about the importance of treating biological and cognitive aspects of addiction. Learn more, here.
Excessive drinking costs the U.S. $249 billion a year in lost work productivity, healthcare, and social expenses. More here on these costs compared to alcoholism treatment. Text and graphics to help you make sense of the stats.
Has Suboxone become more of a problem for you than a solution? If you’re considering treating a potential addiction to Suboxone…more on what you can expect during treatment here.
A person can be both physically dependent and psychologically addicted to marijuana at the same time. Check out more information on marijuana dependence here:
The average cost of meth rehab is from $7K for 10 weeks of intensive outpatient treatment up to about $20K for inpatient rehab. Ideas on how to reduce costs here.