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Substance Abuse and Older Adults


A Growing Threat: Substance Abuse Among Older Adults In the United States, Substance abuse among older adults has been identified as one of the fastest-growing health problems. As the baby boomers – those born

Substance Abuse and Older Adults2021-08-04T18:27:48-04:00

Art Therapy and Trauma Recovery


How Art Therapy Can Heal Trauma and Contribute to Holistic Well-Being Artistic expression is a key part of humanity. Humans have been expressing themselves in creative ways since the beginning of time throughout every

Art Therapy and Trauma Recovery2021-08-04T18:28:07-04:00

What is Dual Diagnosis?


Dual diagnosis affects millions of people in the U.S. every year. One study found that one in every four individuals with a serious mental illness also suffers from dual diagnosis. What is a dual

What is Dual Diagnosis?2022-06-01T12:59:10-04:00

Ketamine – Addiction and Therapeutic Effects


Ketamine's History of Addiction and its Therapeutic Effects on Depression   Ketamine (street name Special K, Vitamin K, cat tranquilizers)  is commonly used in veterinary medicine. It is a fast-acting anesthetic and painkiller used for

Ketamine – Addiction and Therapeutic Effects2020-01-20T15:22:11-05:00

How To Help Someone With Their Addiction


There is no definitive rulebook on how best to help someone with an addiction. No matter how obvious the addiction is, committing to get help for an addicted friend or relative you care about is

How To Help Someone With Their Addiction2021-09-22T09:09:11-04:00

Heroin Withdrawal Timeline and Symptoms


Contents What is Heroin? Heroin Withdrawal Symptoms Heroin Withdrawal Timeline Heroin Treatment Get Help Today Updated February 18th, 2019 Check out the graphic below, "Heroin Withdrawal:

Heroin Withdrawal Timeline and Symptoms2021-05-13T12:20:54-04:00

What Is Court-Ordered Rehab, and How Does it Work?


Movies and television might have you believe that it's easy to commit someone you love involuntarily to an inpatient drug addiction treatment program, but that's not quite true. Court-ordered rehab is an option, but it

What Is Court-Ordered Rehab, and How Does it Work?2021-09-21T13:17:44-04:00