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Recovery From Prescription Drug Abuse

While it may not be an illegal substance, the growing issue of prescription drug abuse is a new problem facing society today. No one chooses to become an addict especially in situations where one is taking prescription drugs. Reports show that one in every five Americans has reported misusing a prescription drug at one time or another but that in itself does not make them an addict. Most people will …Read More

The Basics Of Medically Supervised Detox

Medically supervised detox is basically the process that a patient will undergo as they try to rid their body of a drug, usually a highly addictive one such as Heroin. Certain drugs cause very severe withdrawals which can sometimes be harmful to a person, or alternatively, make it much more difficult for a person to commit to treatment. For this reason, the drug is replaced by a similar drug, and …Read More

Getting Clean In New Jersey: The Difficulties Faced By Heroin And Opiate Users

It’s Harder Than Ever To Find Treatment in New Jersey, But Sober Freedom Can Help – Get Help Now. Heroin and Opiate use seems to be on the rise in the state of New Jersey, which means that effective programs need to be put in place to combat this rising problem. The issue, however, is that the state seems unable to effectively cope with the demands of this epidemic, which …Read More

Addiction Myths – What’s Real And What’s Not

There are a number of myths regarding drug and alcohol addiction. Definitions used to describe addicts are often not reliable and in many cases, these definitions are self-imposed. Someone may consider himself a drug addict simply because others have told him that he is one. In order to determine if someone really is addicted to any substance, there are contributing factors that must be considered. Often, when someone drinks because …Read More

How Americans With Alcohol And Drug Addiction May Benefit From The Health Care Reform

New data gathered by government officials suggests that there is a strong need for many Americans to have better access to addiction treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. The Closing the Addiction Treatment Gap Initiative suggests that there are millions of Americans who currently do not have coverage that would pay for inpatient or outpatient treatment as needed. If the health care reform is implemented properly however, this could help …Read More