June 7, 2008
June 4, 2008
There are many Kansans who have made a self-will to give up an alcohol or a drug addiction and they have succeeded. There are people who used to binge almost every night and now are completely off the habit, and there are people who have hit bottom with recreational drugs but now you won’t believe they were hardcore junkies once upon a time when you see them. Read more
May 29, 2008
Instances of prescription drug addiction in Vermont are rising. The trends in recent years conducted by state authorities show that the number of adolescents and young adults who are into prescription drug abuse in the state is fairly increasing with each passing year. Read more
May 27, 2008
California is one of the forerunning states that believe the substance abuse is not a physical but a mental problem. For a person who consumes any addictive substance, it is not the body that is affected first; it is the mind. Read more
May 26, 2008
Missouri has a helpline number for tackling substance abuse queries just like all other states in America. In fact, keeping up with the norm in the other states, you will find a separate number of help on substance abuse in Missouri for each of its counties. Read more
May 24, 2008
A structured intervention program can go a long way in helping people find addiction treatment for themselves and return back to a sober life. Read more
May 19, 2008
This is a general idea of how a typical addiction treatment program in Ohio would function. It is necessary to note that the program becomes more and more intense as the person grows from abuse to addiction. Read more
May 18, 2008
The state of Washington is suffering from various problems brought in the wake of its rising drug and alcohol abuse and addiction problem. These problems range from the individual health problems to social impact to the poor performance of the state economy.
May 16, 2008
The following are some points that show how intensive the problems of drug abuse and drug addiction in Colorado are.
April 28, 2008
Drug addiction has always been a major problem the world has had to contend with, but in recent times this problems is slipping to the lower-age population of society with amazing alacrity. It is alarming enough to know that 20% of the teenagers in the eighth grade in the US have already tried marijuana and that 40% of the teenage population says openly that they do not mind using drugs in the future.