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Why Volunteer Work Helps with Addiction Recovery

Why Volunteer Work Helps with Addiction Recovery
It may seem counterintuitive, but one of the best ways for a person to deal with their own problems is to volunteer. This is especially true for those who suffer from substance abuse. Addiction is a condition that promotes selfishness. Those who are wrapped up in addiction become increasingly self-centered, often cutting ties with friends, family ...
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Addiction Intervention

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) on Addiction Intervention
There are few things more painful than watching a loved one’s life being destroyed by addiction. When efforts to help are either unsuccessful or, even worse, inadvertently enable the addiction, it’s natural to feel helpless and at a loss as to what to do next. Do you give up on trying to help and hope that ...
How to Choose a Legitimate Holistic Drug Rehabilitation Program

How to Choose a Legitimate Holistic Drug Rehabilitation Program
When it comes to choosing a treatment center for drug or alcohol addiction, selecting the right facility for yourself or a loved one is critical. Not only must the program deliver high-quality treatment, it needs to be a place where the individual feels safe and comfortable while going through detox and recovery. There are many rehabilitation ...
California Drug Trafficking & Abuse

California Drug Trafficking & Abuse
California’s Central Valley stretches from Bakersfield in the south to Redding in the north. The Valley encompasses a great deal of the state’s interior, and includes major cities including Sacramento, Stockton, Modesto, Visalia and Bakersfield. Though it is not as densely populated as the major cities of California, the valley’s substance abuse and addiction rates ...
Drug and Alcohol Abuse Risk Factors in Placer County, California

Drug and Alcohol Abuse Risk Factors in Placer County, California
Drug and alcohol abuse present a compelling threat to public health. According to the Lewin Group, a leading health policy and consulting firm, the total economic cost of drug and alcohol abuse is about $417 billion annually. Of this, $193 billion can be attributed to illicit drug abuse. Economic costs of drug and alcohol abuse ...
The Rising Opioid-Related Death Toll in California

The Rising Opioid-Related Death Toll in California
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have officially announced the misuse, abuse, and overdose of prescription medications as a national epidemic. In the United States, more deaths result from prescription medication overdoses than car accidents. Despite serious risks of addiction and overdose, physicians today prescribe opioids for more than just short-term pain – ...