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The startling statistics laid bare

Billion Dollars per year spent on Alcohol & Illicit Drugs
Drug Overdose Deaths per year
Preventable deaths per year caused by Alcohol Abuse
Billion Dollars per year in economic costs

Treatments and Therapies

The first step on the road to recovery is identifying the problem. Leverage our extensive resource library to identify and educate yourself on the various forms of addiction and different treatment and therapy options available to you.

Alcohol Addiction

Alcoholism or alcohol abuse is a global epidemic that kills millions of lives each year. Medical professionals have recognized it as a chronic, debilitating, and progressive disease that can affect anyone of any age, race, and socioeconomic background. Alcohol is the most widely abused substance in America and around the world. The social acceptance and promotion of alcohol consumption have compounded this ever-growing public health crisis in the US today.

The negative consequence of alcohol abuse does not just affect the alcoholic but also those around them. Although there are no known cures for alcoholism, effective treatments can help you regain your life back. However, the first step in overcoming this disease is to better understand what alcohol is and the effects and consequences of alcohol abuse on our physical and psychological well-being, as well as the negative effects it may have on those we care about.

Behavioural Addiction

Most of us are well aware of the possibility of forming an addiction to substances, but what about those compulsive behaviors some find it hard to break free of. Behavioral addictions can range from the most well-known gambling addiction to more obscure sugar addiction. Due to the development of technology and the wide use of social media, we are now currently witnessing a rapid growth in addiction that is directly or indirectly related to this advancement.

Although behavioral addictions may not sound as serious as other forms of addiction, they too hold the capacity to cause severe and sometimes life-threatening consequences. Most of us tend to be unaware of our addictive behaviors, but being aware of these addictions can help us identify the symptoms and consequences of behavioral addiction and how to find the right treatment.

Drug Addiction

Drug addiction is a complex relapsing brain disorder that affects millions of individuals in America and around the world. Most of us are well aware of the dangers of illegal drug use, but the lack of knowledge and awareness of the potential dangers and risks involved in the medications we consume has given rise to the rate of addiction in the US.

It has been reported that nearly half of all American families have at least one member or close friend who suffers from drug addiction. Illegal or legal, recreational or medical, whatever may be your reason to consume drugs, all drugs hold a capacity to form a dependence and addiction with prolonged use, while some are capable of causing an addiction within a single-use. Being aware of the risks and effects of the drugs you consume can significantly reduce your risk of forming a life long disease.

Addiction Treatment

Drug treatment is intended to help users avoid searching for and using illegal drugs. Treatment can take several different forms and take various periods in several settings. Since drug addictions are often chronic diseases that occur, a short, one-time medication is not generally enough. For several, counseling is a long-term process requiring several treatments and constant supervision.

Evaluation, recovery preparation, pharmacotherapy, behavioral counseling, substance use control, case management, networks of support and continuing care and child care, educational, social, psychological, medical, HIV / AIDS, legal, political, residential / transport, and family services are components of comprehensive addiction treatment.

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