We lose friends in many ways. People walk into our lives and take on pivotal roles in our hearts and minds. Then, all of a
February 29th is quickly approaching which means END HEROIN BHAM 2020 is just around the corner. This year’s outing will be our fourth annual event which has given us the opportunity to ensure it’ll be a worthwhile experience for attendees and vendors. Below, we detail five reasons why you won’t want to miss END HEROIN BHAM 2020 on February 29th at 10:00 AM:
We often look at the root causes of addiction being attributed to nature and nurture. After all, it’s true that children of alcoholics are more vulnerable to alcoholism and people who suffer from trauma or mental illness are more susceptible to substance abuse. We also consider the opposite of addiction to be sobriety.
If you or a loved one is in recovery for an addiction, you may be hearing a lot of buzz about alternative treatments. From acupuncture to hallucinogens, the addiction treatment community is always looking for new ways to cure addiction. But are any of these therapies right for you or the person who is seeking treatment? Read on to find out more about alternative addiction recovery therapies, ways to supplement treatment, and what really works.
Medication-assisted treatment (MAT) is a highly controversial topic amongst individuals in recovery as well as medical professionals. When choosing the most appropriate substance abuse treatment
Have you ever thought about how amazing it is that you were born into the time frame that you were, in the United States, into the region and family that you were, and then how a few happenstances along the way changed the entire trajectory of your life? Think, for instance, about how you met your best friend or your spouse, or maybe the unusual circumstances that led you to your profession.
If you mistakenly say “Parkay” (margarine) when you mean “parkour” (urban freerunning), then you’ll likely scratch your head when you see “Got skrill need wings A3” on your teenager’s phone. Those texting code words, which translate to “Got money; need cocaine; anytime, anywhere, anyplace,” are designed to fly under your radar. Yet they’re a clear signal that your child is involved in the drug scene.