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Overdose Doesn’t Discriminate in a Fentanyl-Flooded Market

Opioid overdoses have been an insidious and ever-expanding problem over the last two decades. Once fentanyl made its way into the market in 2013, researchers observed a drastic and distressing increase in the number of lives lost to opioids.1 And as more people seek solace in the intense high induced by opioids, overdose rates only …

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Pathways to Addiction Poverty and Substance Abuse

Pathways to Addiction: Poverty and Substance Abuse

Substance abuse develops for a range of reasons. Three common experiences can contribute to the development of addiction: trauma, stigma, and poverty. Over the next few months, I want to explore the role that each of these factors plays in the pathways to developing and maintaining addiction. Pathways To Addiction: Trauma and Substance Abuse Pathways …

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Pathways to Addiction Trauma and Substance Abuse

Pathways to Addiction: Trauma and Substance Abuse

Substance abuse develops for a range of reasons. Three common experiences can contribute to the development of addiction: trauma, stigma, and poverty. Over the next few months, I want to explore the role that each of these factors plays in the pathways to developing and maintaining addiction. Pathways To Addiction: Poverty and Substance Abuse Pathways …

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Unpacking the Reality of Opioid Abuse and Recovery

Unpacking the Reality of Opioid Abuse and Recovery

No one who struggles with substance abuse sets out to become dependent on drugs. Substance dependence tends to happen slowly over time, often before someone realizes what is happening. Despite what the stigmatized narrative may have you believe, there is no one picture of what substance abuse looks like. Drug addiction can affect anyone.  This is especially …

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Handling the Holidays When a Loved One Battles Addiction

Handling the Holidays When a Loved One Battles Addiction

The weather is taking a turn as you flip your calendar over to November. It seems the year has flown by once again and the holidays are fast approaching. Holidays like Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, and New Year’s Eve mean a fun, relaxing time for many. Coming together with friends and family to celebrate the …

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Why You Need to Pre-Plan Treatment Programs For Your Loved One

Think about all the things you plan for in life. If you’re like most people, you make arrangements for important things weeks, months, or even years ahead of time. Consider a family trip, for example. Most people don’t decide to take a vacation on a whim. There’s lots of preparation that goes into a trip if you want it to go as smoothly as possible.

You’d never dream of putting off the planning for something as extensive as a family vacation until the last minute. You don’t wait to book your flights and hotel rooms the week before you leave. If you did wait that long, there probably wouldn’t be any more accommodations available. Instead, you make reservations far in advance to ensure there’s enough space for you and your family.

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