Posts Tagged on : How Drugs Effects Your Family

What If A Family Member Is Abusing Drugs

When a family member suffers from an illness or finds themselves in a predicament we aren’t familiar with, it can be very difficult.   We feel helpless, useless and distraught that we are not able to help someone we love discover a way out.   Get Properly Educated on the Addiction The majority of our everyday… read more

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“Don’t Even Think About It: Drug Addiction and the Dangers That Come With It”

We’ve all heard the horror stories. We’ve all been told countless tales of sorrow from people who’ve suffered through it. We’ve read so many news stories about celebrities that have been caught using and abusing it. We are all familiar with the difficulties, the pain and the struggles that come along with drug addiction. So… read more

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Jul 24, 2018
Why you should be Careful in Selecting a Drug or Alcohol Rehab

Rehabilitation centers are where struggling addicts turn to for care.  It’s what parents count on when getting their children the help they need with substance abuse and is where long-term drug abusers get specialized treatment.  Last year alone, in Palm Beach County, there were over 4,600 overdose deaths (a number that has quadrupled in that… read more

Jul 7, 2018
Florida Drug and Treatment Facts

The Governor of Florida, Rick Scott, Announced the Opioid Epidemic as a Country emergency in 2017. This growth is a result of the increase of opiates being prescribed by doctors and a rise in drug cartel trafficking of heroin and fentanyl. This issue is not unique to Florida but in the early 2000s lax regulations… read more

Jul 7, 2018
What’s the Difference Between PHP and IOP?

The negative stigma attached to addiction has skyrocketed throughout decades. There are still those who feel like dependence is a choice, however, an increasing number of individuals is realizing it is not. And more of the public is comprehension dependence on what it is; the requirement for treatment of the disorder is higher than previously.… read more

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