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By Albert Fontenot|October 15th, 2018|
Review of The National Survey on Drug Use and Health “SAMHSA’s National Survey on Drug Use and Health contains annual data that provides critical information which helps us understand
By Bethany Heinesh|October 8th, 2018|
The holidays are right around the corner. To this, many will shout, “Cheers! It’s the most wonderful time of the year!” Others will, say, “Bah Humbug!” It really doesn’t
By Ashwood Recovery|October 5th, 2018|
It does not come as much of a surprise that recovering addicts are often faced with the added challenge of recovering their relationships, particularly during the early stages of
By Ashwood Recovery|October 1st, 2018|
The news is full of stories about overdoses lately. But people can become numb to statistics, graphs, and charts. Sometimes it takes a human story to understand the importance
By Ashwood Recovery|September 25th, 2018|
"When I was in medical school, the one thing I was told was completely wrong. The one I was told was, if you give opiates to a patient who
By Ashwood Recovery|September 15th, 2018|
“It’s not the addict I hope will be grateful for my love. It’s my child. My child is the one who needs to see my strength. My devotion. My resolve.
By Ashwood Recovery|September 14th, 2018|
Mixing alcohol and drugs is never a good idea. Whether they are over-the-counter prescription meds or illegal drugs, taking them with booze can have fatal consequences.
By Chris Z|September 10th, 2018|
No one knows why it is easy for some people to overcome addiction but it’s hard for others. Some psychologists believe that the “Stages of Change” theory offers insight.
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