The Legal Status of Marijuana in the U.S. and Implications for Addiction TreatmentApril 11th, 2018
Experiential therapy used in addiction treatment can include equine, music and art, yoga and adventure therapy. Learn more about how getting a person into “an experience” can enhancement treatment outcomes here.
People take meth either via injection, ingestion, inhalation, or insertion into the anal cavity. After meth enters into the bloodstream, it is carried through the circulatory system to the brain. Meth’s damage has damaging effects which are physically manifested in user’s appearance. Learn about how meth works in the brain and body here, with a section at the end for your questions.
Change is one of the greatest gifts of addiction recovery. Read more about the road to transformation and the tools used to achieve it in this guide.
Find the answers on all major questions surrounding the nature and causes of alcohol addiction, as well as its treatment options. More specifics about the treatment of alcohol addiction here.
A look at what’s in purple drank, what it does to your body, and how you can tell someone is drinking it. For teens, parents, coaches, managers, and anyone who hopes the best for their loved ones.
If you are seeking treatment for addiction, one of the first questions you’ll have is, “How much will it cost?” We’ve listed addiction treatment payment options and suggestions here.
How long does withdrawal from Valium last? Explore our infographic to find out!
Practical recommendations for how you can approach and cope with addiction in your family.
The legalization of medical marijuana is sweeping the nation, in spite of its classification as an illegal substance on the federal level. A review of the state of U.S. law regarding marijuana and its enforcement here.
Are you aware of the little things in the course of everyday life that signal an alcohol disorder? Learn what to look for in this guest article from Addiction Treatment Manager, Billy Henderson.
A visual travel guide to how nicotine travels throughout your system.