An infographic comparing the personal and societal costs of cocaine use vs. treatment for addiction. Is treatment cost effective? We show you here.
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Is investing in heroin addiction treatment worth the expense? Statistics about the cost of heroin use vs. addiction treatment programs in text and graphic form. See more here.
How much does using methamphetamines (meth) cost you compared to the cost of investing in treatment? A snapshot of the cost-benefit analysis this infographic.
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.
Meth is one of the most expensive drugs to produce and to obtain. Moreover, it costs you and our society a lot more in indirect expenses. How much exactly? We outline the real costs of meth use and abuse in this infographic.
On average, a daily heroin habit can cost around $150. But how big is the financial impact of heroin on our society? We break down the facts in this infographic.
A $100 daily cocaine habit can end up costing you 36.5K in a year. Wondering about the real costs to your wallet and our society? Explore this infographic and learn more.
The costs attributed to drinking problems add up to ~ $223.5 billion a year. That is $807 for every man, woman, and child in the U.S., or about $2.05 per drink. Learn more about the REAL COSTS of alcohol use in this infographic.