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When one person develops an addiction, it affects the entire family. Oftentimes, when addiction happens, there is a complex network of codependent relationships and conflicts within the family. A drug intervention specialist might be able to help you and your family sort through these problems. Most importantly, interventionists can help you finally convince your loved one to accept treatment.

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Cocaine is one of the MOST addictive drugs out there, second only to Heroin. Therefore, abuse can quickly spiral out of control into a fullblown cocaine addiction. Not only is cocaine is highly addictive, it is also very dangerous. It’s responsible for the most illicit-substance related visits to the emergency room every year. This is why we recommend you seek treatment ASAP if you or someone you love is developing a problem with cocaine. Before cocaine has a chance to wreak havoc on your life, treat it!

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Heroin is one of the most serious and dangerous illegal drugs out there. When someone develops a heroin addiction, they become nearly 20 times more likely to die. Getting involved with heroin leads to one of the fastest progressions from trial to abuse to addiction and then finally death. Besides damaging your health, heroin has a way to also strain and disrupt lives and relationships. This is why early, intensive treatment is the best way to manage a heroin problem.

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Okay everybody, it’s time we talk about the binge drinking and teen drug abuse that’s going on at concerts. We’ve been seeing far too many drug-related deaths, injuries, and crimes at concerts. To put things in perspective, at one of Chance the Rapper’s concerts last month:

Treating addiction is a group effort. Personal change within the addict is of utmost importance, but change within the addict’s community of friends and family is crucial as well. After all, psychologists consider addiction to be a family disorder. This is because addiction and relational trauma and dysfunction go together. Substance abuse damages relationships, and existing toxic relationships contribute to the addiction cycle

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Opioid addiction has been in the American spotlight recently. We hear about opioids on TV and online all the time. This is because the U.S. is currently experiencing an epidemic of opioid related deaths. Rates of addiction and the number of deaths due to this type of drug are on the rise. The CDC reported that since 1999, the number of these deaths has quadrupled! What is it about opioids? Why are we having this epidemic now?

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Has someone been asking you to quit using drugs? Do you feel like you’re on the fence about it? If so, that’s totally understandable. Quitting drugs on your own or entering drug rehab are daunting, mountainous challenges. It is a big commitment, and will be a lengthy journey. Are you ready to begin, or are you still seeking more answers?