Ren in Opioid Crisis
July 25, 2019

Opioids and Meth—the Crippling Nature of Two Life-Threatening Drug Addictions

The misuse of any drug is going to have negative consequences. The consequences might vary depending on the drug being used and other circumstances, but the results are likely going to be the same no matter what drug you are using.


Ren in Drug Information
May 14, 2018

Almost One in Ten Americans Suffer from an Addiction: An Analysis of Numbers

One of the biggest struggles our country currently faces is the sweeping drug and alcohol addiction epidemic. As cataclysmic events go, this one has been relatively underreported by the media. That is concerning in its own right.


Joanne in Family Addiction
March 5, 2018

Addict Stigma: Killing Americans

We all know the harshness of war with the bullets flying and the bombs dropping and the crazy war movies that follow, heck, the national media never seem to give up talking about the victims, and the chaos and showing the flag-draped caskets carried off the planes by military honor guards…


Joanne in Drug Rehab
March 3, 2018

5 Myths about Drug and Alcohol Addiction

With over 23 Million Americans suffering from a drug or alcohol addiction in the United States, it’s fair to say that we have a drug addiction crisis on our hands. Here are the 5 Myths about Addiction.


Erica in Drug abuse
March 31, 2017

Interview with a Heroin Addict Wishing for Death, Praying for Life

For those of us who have never struggled with drug or alcohol addiction, we are sometimes forced to wonder what it’s like to be an addict. Maybe a friend of a loved one is using drugs, or someone we just met—often it comes as a surprise when someone close to us winds up looking for heroin rehab.


Erica in Drug abuse
March 22, 2017

How to Detect and Prevent Heroin Use in the Home

This is a guide on spotting heroin use, how to spot a heroin user, and how to prevent heroin use. Heroin use is a dangerous activity to engage in and if someone you know is using heroin, they need immediate help.


Karen Hadley in Success Story
September 27, 2016

Preventing Addiction When Loved Ones are Vulnerable

There are certain moments in a person’s life when it looks like a better idea to indulge in drugs or alcohol rather than struggle with an overwhelming life situation.


Karen Hadley in Addiction
September 11, 2016

The Chaotic Roller Coaster of Addiction

When you have a loved one who’s addicted to drugs or alcohol, very often your life becomes as chaotic and tumultuous as your loved one’s. When you understand what’s really going on behind the scenes, it’s a little easier to survive the chaos.


Karen Hadley in Drug Information
August 19, 2016

The Deepening Problem of Marijuana

Recent news reports from Colorado have revealed that apparently, residents of that state were misled about the effects of legalizing recreational marijuana. One of the promises of legalization advocates was that legalizing the drug would bring its distribution under control.