An outline of the main difference in inpatient and outpatiend drug rehab.
If one drug is good, more must be better. WRONG! More here on trends in mixing drugs with other drugs and what you can do if your teen is showing signs of drug abuse.
Is your family in need of addiction intervention services? Do you know how to prepare for an intervention or know what to expect? Important information about options for families faced with addiction in this interview with expert interventionist, Louise Stanger. More here.
Five (5) ways to get help for alcohol problems include therapy via psychotherapists, support groups, self-assessment, treatment centers, and family therapy. More here.
Subutex (buprenorphine) has a low abuse potential. The risk of developing addiction is also low. However, some people grow an uncontrollable need and compulsion for Subutex, which is characterized as addiction. Read more details, here.
Addiction can affect an employee's ability to contribute to your company's success. How can you address problems with drugs or alcohol in the workplace? Learn more here.
If you are in need of rehab, what can you expect? We explore the process of treating alcohol problems here.
How can art therapy be best integrated into a rehab setting? What are some ways that people in early recovery can express or explore issues through art? A Q&A here with a rehab in Florida who is using art therapy...to discover and recover!
How can a phone app help you in recovery? We talk with someone who's trying to make 12 step meetings accessible to all...no matter location or timing. More on how technology can help addicts in recovery here.
Hydrocodone can affect you negatively. How? More here.
What kinds of federal legal consequences do you face if you are found guilty of a drug offense? The Legal Action Center helps us understand laws and penalties of drug use. More here