Is My Loved One Addicted To Prescription Drugs?

It is estimated that more than 12 million people currently abuse prescription drugs in the United States. This is more than the combined number who abuse cocaine, heroin, inhalants and hallucinogens. Nearly three-quarters of these individuals abuse opioid pain relievers such as Vicodin and Oxycodone. The statistics are both alarming and important to know if…

3 Myths About Drug Abuse And Addiction

There is much we now know about drug abuse and addiction. Yet, there are many things we are still finding out from ongoing research. Fortunately, as more is learned, we are able to debunk common myths that are often generated by those with limited knowledge of the challenges facing individuals suffering from addiction. Myths About…

What Are The Benefits Of Outpatient Group Therapy?

Whether you are seeking ongoing support after inpatient treatment or you’re currently in an outpatient treatment program, there are many benefits to participating in outpatient group therapy. But before we delve into the benefits, you must understand what group therapy is. What Is Group Therapy? Outpatient group therapy is a treatment option in a comprehensive…

Could Your Loved One Benefit From An Intervention?

When you’re dealing with a loved one’s addiction to drugs, it can be an incredibly frustrating daily situation. You have probably already encouraged them to seek treatment and didn’t get the response you wanted. The reality is that most addicts do not willingly enter treatment by themselves. Intervention is often necessary. It’s a common myth…