Treatment providers are waiting for your call:

(855) 826-4464

Category: Blog

Instagram Bans Opioid-Related Hashtags After Years of Online Drug Deals

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Recently, the prevalence of hashtags has been coopted by online drug dealers selling everything, from #opioids like #OxyContin to the deadly #fentanyl.

News: Synthetic Marijuana Claims 100 Victims In New Haven

Cooper Smith ❘

Back in April, we warned of a growing synthetic marijuana outbreak. Now, another strain has struck in Connecticut and caused 100 overdoses.

News: 27 States Have Filed Lawsuits Against Opioid Manufacturer

Cooper Smith ❘

More and more frequently, states have filed lawsuits against opioid manufacturers. It essentially comes down to two factors: advertising and distribution.

Demi Lovato’s Relapse: The Ongoing Battle Of Addiction

Destiny Bezrutczyk ❘

Demi Lovato’s recent relapse in her enduring battle with addiction and depression emphasizes the need for continuing treatment and a network of vigilance.

What Are Designer Drugs?

Cooper Smith ❘

Designer drugs are synthetic versions of illegal drugs with slight chemical alterations. Designer drugs are dangerous and addictive.

Drugs And Music: Are Your Favorite Songs Fueling Your Addiction?

Krystina Murray ❘

There is a significant relationship between drugs and music. Many popular songs glamorize drug use, putting young people at greater risk for addiction.

How to Help Veterans Struggling with Addiction This Memorial Day

Jeffrey Juergens ❘

This Memorial Day, it's important to remember the millions of veterans who are fighting a new battle: addiction to drugs and alcohol.

4 Ways to Encourage Your Loved One to Go to Rehab

Jasmine Bittar ❘

When you know someone you care about needs help, you have to act. Going to rehab can help them live a happier life. Learn how to encourage them to go.

6 Dangerous Drugs You’ve Never Heard Of

Jasmine Bittar ❘

We've all heard of cocaine and heroin, but have you ever heard of Krokodil or Benzo Fury? Learn more about some less well-known deadly drugs.

Sign up for our Newsletter

Get the latest on addiction and recovery.