Monthly Archives: March 2016


6 Things to Know About Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Serious Young ManIn the past decade, cocaine use accounted for about 13 percent of all admissions to drug abuse treatment programs. The majority of cocaine abusers who seek treatment ­– 72% – smoke the freebase form of cocaine, crack. Crack users are also more […]

Is Meth Still a Problem?

Concerned Young ManWith an unprecedented rate of busting meth labs in the U.S. over the past decade – in Oklahoma alone, one-pot lab busts went from over 900 in 2012 to about 150 in 2015 – the public may be sensing the […]

What Are The Chances I will Relapse?

Portrait Of Young Handsome Man Smiling OutdoorYou made the bold decision to go to drug or alcohol treatment – or maybe you mustered the strength and were able to quit cold turkey – and are rightfully feeling much better about yourself. You’re back in […]

Understanding Binge Drinking

Beautiful Girl Relaxing OutdoorsIf the title of this article grabbed your attention, chances are you suspect you or a loved one might be a “binge drinker.” But what defines binge drinking? And even if we understand what qualifies as binge drinking, does it mean […]

Am I Genetically Predisposed To Drug or Alcohol Addiction?

Female College Students

When a person takes their first drink, or makes the decision to use drugs for the first time, they are influenced by social, societal, familial and biological inputs. But once the alcohol or drug enters the person’s system, their risk of becoming […]

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