To Stay or to Go. Should I travel or Remain Close to Home for Residential Rehabilitation Treatment?
July 29, 2015Read More
For many years those seeking treatment for their addictions have struggled with the decision to stay close to home or travel a good distance away. This is a very good question considering it could make the difference between short-term and long-term recovery. Staying close to home may prove more cost-effective and may provide the recovering addict ...
Vaporizing Alcohol? An Upcoming Trend.
July 24, 2015Read More
As if drinking alcohol wasn’t enough, a new trend of inhaling it has begun to emerge. One of the first public introductions was at a bar in Chicago in 2013. The Vaportini was consumed by inhaling heated up spirits through a straw out of a custom made glass vessel; it is a shot of liquor that is heated from a tea-light candle resting in the bottom...
How Your Relationship Influences Your Child’s Risk of Abusing Drugs and Alcohol
July 20, 2015Read More
Parents play the number one role in their children’s lives whether they admit it or not. Although peers, relatives, and society contribute to development, the bond between parent and child remains of the utmost importance. By creating a loving atmosphere that meets the basic needs of your children, parents can substantially reduce the risk of the...
June 2, 2015Read More
Cocaine is a highly addictive (stimulant) drug that originates from the coca plant. Cocaine has many different nick-names and has been called many different things over the years including, blow, yay, yayo, white, nose candy, and snow white just to name a few. Cocaine mainly effects the brain and nervous system and is mostly involves psychological ...