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Transitioning to Home Life after Treatment

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, also known as the NIDA, on an annual basis 23.5 million Americans age 12 and older have needed treatment for drug abuse. However, only 2.6 million of those needing treatment have sought it. Enrolling in a high-quality...

Side Effects of Chronic Cocaine Use

The effects of cocaine appear almost immediately after the first dose, and they can disappear within minutes to an hour afterwards. When taken in small amounts, the drug typically causes a sense of euphoria and sensitivity to light, sound and touch. Users chase the...

How You Can Draw on a Family History of Recovery

Although genetics play an intricate role in addiction, having a family history of addiction does not doom anyone to become an addict. The risk is significantly higher for people who have a family history of this condition, but you can take several precautions to...
recent from Treatment & Rehab Transitioning to Home Life after Treatment
Transitioning to Home Life after Treatment According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, also known as the NIDA, on an annual basis 23.5 million Americans age 12 and older have needed treatment for drug abuse. However, only 2.6 million of those needing treatment have sought it. Enrolling in a high-quality drug treatment facility and completing...
recent from Cocaine Addiction Side Effects of Chronic Cocaine Use
Side Effects of Chronic Cocaine Use The effects of cocaine appear almost immediately after the first dose, and they can disappear within minutes to an hour afterwards. When taken in small amounts, the drug typically causes a sense of euphoria and sensitivity to light, sound and touch. Users chase the euphoric feeling, but they create an ever...
recent from Detox Why Cocaine Detox Is Not Enough
Why Cocaine Detox Is Not Enough Cocaine abuse is the most common drug problem among patients entering rehab. Thousands of Americans have sought recovery from cocaine’s destroying lifestyles and relationships. While a number of patients enroll in quick detox with the intentions of staying clean, long-term sobriety is difficult to achieve....
recent from Help for Friends & Family Transitioning to Home Life after Treatment
Transitioning to Home Life after Treatment According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, also known as the NIDA, on an annual basis 23.5 million Americans age 12 and older have needed treatment for drug abuse. However, only 2.6 million of those needing treatment have sought it. Enrolling in a high-quality drug treatment facility and completing...