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  • What Do Taxes and Drunk Driving Have in Common? (You’d Be Surprised!)

    Organizations in every state have implemented countless initiatives to reduce drunk driving. Maryland seems to have found one that works. They simply raised the sales tax on alcohol. In 2011, Maryland raised the state sales tax on alcohol from 6 ...

    ... the state sales tax on alcohol from 6 percent to 9 percent. At the time, the goal was to increase revenues. The hike has generated about $70 million annually, boosting the funds for health and education programs. Mission ... continue reading
  • States Scramble to Prevent Sale of Powdered Alcohol

    Palcohol, a new form of powdered alcohol , hasn't even made its way to U.S. shelves yet, but some states are already taking immediate steps to ban the product from seeing the light of day. Early Intervention in Colorado Palcohol, marketed by ...

    ... powder to get one drink in their system?” Palcohol was initially approved by the federal Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau, but that decision was eventually reversed. It's worth mentioning, however, that the Food ... continue reading
  • 30 Famous Athletes Who Have Battled Drug Addiction and Alcoholism

    1. Michael Phelps Eight-time Olympic gold medalist swimmer Michael Phelps has not only plunged into the water, but into drugs. In 2009, he lost his endorsement contract with Kellogg's after a photo emerged of him taking a hit of marijuana . 2. Dock ...

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  • Study: Your Genes Could Make You a Compulsive Drinker

    Jessica has tried time and again to limit her drinking. “I'll just have one glass of wine tonight!” she tells herself, night after night. But one leads to two leads to a whole bottle, followed by shots at a bar, and she wakes up the next day ...

    ... We Have Genetic Proof? In a study earlier this year at the University of California, San Francisco, funded by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, researchers identified a gene variant that reduces a ... continue reading
  • The Financial Toll of Addiction

    If you've ever known someone who has suffered from addiction or have been that person yourself, you'll know how much of an emotional toll it can have on you and your loved ones. It can put a strain on your relationships and affect both your personal ...

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  • The Addiction Recovery Journey in 9 Steps

    The specifics of every person's addiction journey are different, but for most people, the path to recovery follows a similar trajectory: a “bottom” followed by the decision to take action; the initial, often traumatic physical and mental ...

    ... probably feel ready to tackle some of these things when you have a few months sober. Maybe you're behind on your taxes or up to your neck in debt, maybe you haven't been to the dentist in 10 years… #8. Avoid Relapse Once ... continue reading
  • Underage DUIs: 6 Sobering Facts About Drunk Driving

    Drunk driving can have serious consequences, including injury and death. If you're an underage driver, you will be slammed with a DUI (driving under the influence) charge if your blood alcohol concentration (BAC) level is 0.01% or higher; if you are ...

    ... in the discrepancy. Chatting with friends, rocking out to your favorite tune, and checking your phone are already taxing on our attention span while driving—add alcohol use on top of that already-high risk, and you have ... continue reading
  • This is NOT a Drill: Alcohol Causes 7 Kinds of Cancer

    Everyone knows a can of beer isn't as good for you as a glass of orange juice. And, it's common knowledge that excessive amounts of alcohol aren't good for your liver. That's the old news. So, what's the new scoop? Turns out the latest research ...

    ... from thorough reviews of information collected over the last ten years by the World Cancer Research Fund and American Institute for Cancer Research, the International Agency for Research on Cancer, the Global Burden ... continue reading
  • 5 Lies We’re Told About High-Functioning Alcoholics

    https://drugabuse.com/7-crazy-ways-addicts-fund-their-drug-habits/When you hear the term “alcoholic,” people automatically think of someone who drinks too much and whose life is falling apart as a result. But not all problem drinking can be ...

    https://drugabuse.com/7-crazy-ways-addicts-fund-their-drug-habits/When you hear the term “alcoholic,” people automatically think of someone who drinks too much and whose life is falling apart as a result. But not all ... continue reading
  • What You Need to Know About Secondhand Drinking

    Lisa Frederiksen likens the public's understanding of secondhand drinking to 30 years ago when doctors proved that lung cancer in nonsmokers was a direct link to secondhand cigarette smoke. Frederiksen, author, speaker, consultant and founder of ...

    ... the disease of addiction, including the support from their loved ones. At American Addiction Centers, we have programs and professionals skilled in assisting families get their lives back on track. Call us at 1-888-744 ... continue reading
  • Cuffed and Stuffed: 7 Ways a DUI Will Haunt Your Life

    It's common knowledge that a drinking and driving conviction can limit your freedom - whether it be jail, prison or probation. But the penalties seldom end there; the decision to get behind the wheel while you're intoxicated (or just buzzed) is one ...

    ... typically include bail, car towing or impound costs, court costs, legal fees, DUI education programs, higher insurance premiums, probation fees, drug and alcohol assessment and counseling, license reinstatement fees ... continue reading
  • The Fear of Dealing with Addiction in the Public Eye

    Addiction has an insidious way of creating shame and dealing with it can heighten feelings of personal and professional embarrassment. For many, dealing with an addiction by seeking professional help is a private matter. However, for others, seeking ...

    ... issues like attending disciplinary hearings, becoming involved with profession-advocacy programs and facing state licensure boards. Most of these programs also provide you with referrals and input as necessary. Despite ... continue reading
  • Before You Crank the Engine, Take a Deep Breath and Blow

    If you've ever been convicted of a drunk driving offense , you're probably more than familiar with a car breathalyzer (also known as an interlock device). And though they can be a nuisance at times, it turns out they might be the key to lowering ...

    ... lives,” Kaufman said. “We are encouraged by growing public and governmental support for expansion of interlock programs and innovative ways to use this technology to prevent more lives lost resulting from drunk driving ... continue reading
  • Over 1 in 10 Americans admit they have had a drinking problem at one stage of their life

    Based on a survey of 2,560 Americans (aged 21+; Google surveys August 2020). State % Alabama 4 Alaska 29 Arizona 17 Arkansas 12 California 19 Colorado 23 Connecticut 10 Delaware 15 Florida 18 Georgia 10 Hawaii 14 Idaho 25 Illinois 14 Indiana 11 Iowa ...

    ... pandemic protocols, such as working from home. DrugAbuse.com, a provider of drug and alcohol treatment resources and programs, conducted a survey of 2,560 Americans (aged 21+) which revealed that over 1 in 10 Americans ... continue reading
  • Are These Moms Handing Their Kids Over to the Justice System?

    During the four years I spent behind bars, I encountered hundreds of women - all with a unique personal story and background. I remember wondering to myself, “How did all these women end up in prison?” Some of them had traumatic childhoods, some ...

    ... Experiencing academic failure Researchers recommended these factors be taken into consideration to develop targeted prevention programs, especially since early-life contact with the penal system could lead to a host of ... continue reading
  • My Mind’s Playing Tricks on Me: How to Stop Addictive Thinking Patterns

    In prison, many of the women I met struggled with substance abuse issues. Although alcohol and drugs were no longer in endless supply in there, many of them carried on with the same addictive thoughts and behaviors. Manipulation, isolation, instant ...

    ... abuse is a selfish disease, one that's entirely about you. One of the best things about 12-step programs is they provide you with an outlet to help others with similar issues. When you listen to their stories and ... continue reading
  • Clock Out: It’s Time to Stop Ignoring Workplace Addiction

    Years ago, one of my bosses had a substance abuse problem - one that was well-known around the office. She didn't just party a little too hard at work functions; she'd also miss meetings entirely, lash out unnecessarily at her subordinates, and pour ...

    ... That's why more than half of employers (approximately 57 percent) have begun utilizing workplace drug programs that deal with drug testing before hiring, drug testing during employment, and implementing consequences for ... continue reading
  • Should People Who Abuse Alcohol Qualify for Liver Transplants?

    Three years ago, one of my uncles - a long-time alcoholic - was diagnosed with cirrhosis of the liver. He was told he didn't qualify for a new one, so he continued to drink - all the way until his death a few short months later. Alcoholism and Liver ...

    ... 've made a conscious decision to stop drinking once and for all. However, selection committees in transplant programs around the country claim to be objective about who is placed on the national registry waiting list and ... continue reading
  • Is My Loved One an Alcoholic?

    It isn't easy to detect when a loved one is neck deep in alcoholism until a tragedy strikes. They may not exhibit the overt signs of substance abuse such as staggering, slurring, and a decline in health. Instead, you may watch out for the following ...

    ... advice on this complicated issue. An alcohol rehab facility will be able to help your loved one with their addiction. There are various programs that are available and also a number of medications that can help. continue reading
  • Everything You Need to Know About Alcohol Withdrawal

    Two men in their early 30s enter an emergency room. One is suffering from heroin withdrawal and the other from alcohol withdrawal. One of the men is given some medication to reduce the painful effects of his symptoms and released within 2 hours of ...

    ... further complications. Pursuing therapy and support for alcohol cessation. Both inpatient and outpatient programs provide rehabilitation services for alcohol use withdrawal. Inpatient treatment is recommended if you ... continue reading
  • 3 Things You Should Never Say to an Addict

    If someone you love is addicted to drugs or alcohol, then you're no stranger to heartache and worry. In addition to those feelings, bitterness and disappointment are probably unfortunate staples of your home. Life kind of becomes a pressure cooker; ...

    ... drugs. Whether your loved one is an active addict, in early recovery, or in the middle of a treatment program , you have to re-learn communication skills. And part of that process includes learning what not to say. Every ... continue reading
  • Understanding Teen Alcoholism

    Facing teen alcoholism can be difficult for any family. Even when the teen who is abusing alcohol is ready and willing to accept help, the battle can be tough. If the family needs to stage an intervention in order to get the teen to accept help, it ...

    ... is that there are plenty of resources available to help get your teen into a detox and rehab program. Look for programs that cater especially to teens and only have teens in their facilities. You may wish to choose a ... continue reading
  • Progressing Through the 5 Stages of Addiction: Stage V

    Experts consider recovery the fifth stage of the addiction process, and it's so much more than overcoming a dependency to drugs or alcohol. It's a complete transformation of mind, body and spirit - and an ongoing process that spans the rest of your ...

    ... no two people follow the same path during the recovery process. Some go to rehab, others rely on a 12-step program to get help. But, despite the variety of options, there's no “right” way or one-size-fits-all approach to ... continue reading
  • Getting Sober: 17 Ways You Probably Didn’t Know About (#8 is Controversial)

    The 12 steps of Alcoholics Anonymous are so dominant in addiction recovery culture that it can be easy to forget there are other ways to get sober. If AA or NA works for you, that's wonderful. If not, there are plenty of alternative tools and ...

    ... of their lives. The organization is upfront about the fact that 30 percent of its members go on to abstinence-based programs, if moderation didn't work for them. If you're worried but haven't yet reached your bottom, it ... continue reading
  • 6 Things to Look for in Addiction Treatment Centers for Women

    Drug addiction impacts men and women in different ways, which is why there are many women-only addiction treatment centers. Women who have issues with men or simply want the support of other women may feel more comfortable attending a treatment ...

    ... , and they may have a hard time attending treatment if they have to care for children. 1,2 Each rehab program is unique and offers different treatment approaches, amenities, and services. Here are 6 things to look for in ... continue reading
  • 5 Things to Look for in Addiction Treatment Centers for Men

    Addiction affects millions of men and women across the United States and many of them seek help from addiction treatment centers each year. National surveys conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) indicate ...

    ... and alcohol problems and might not be receiving the help they need. You should look for certain things in a program if you're a male searching for an addiction treatment center. #1. A Good Therapist One problem you may ... continue reading
  • Alcohol Poisoning Deaths are Occurring at an Alarming Rate

    The perception that it's the college crowd most given to binge drinking and alcohol poisoning has just been proven false, thanks to a study recently released by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The Cause of a Deadly Problem Of ...

    ... and young people, but the problem is bigger than that,” said Dr. Robert Brewer, head of the alcohol program at the CDC. “It was surprising that the number of deaths was so concentrated among middle-age adults.” Alcohol ... continue reading
  • Country vs. City Addictions: Are They Different?

    Urban and rural addicts don't seem to have a whole lot in common, according to a report published by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). In gathering data for this particular study, researchers looked at addiction ...

    ... or friend (22.8 percent versus 38.7 percent). Urban addicts were more likely to enter a treatment program voluntarily or under the pressure of family members. Substances of Abuse Around 21.8 percent of city addicts say ... continue reading
  • My Teen Son is an Alcoholic. How Can I Help Him?

    If you are living at home with a teen son who has become an alcoholic , you have many options for helping your child. Until your child is eighteen, you have guardianship powers and can make many medical decisions for him, and hospitals will ...

    ... in your family drink heavily, now may be the time to quit. If you and your child can participate in a program together, this may help your son realize that he is not alone in seeking help. When you partner with your ... continue reading
  • Study Shows Alcohol Boosts THC Levels in Your Blood

    With four states legalizing recreational marijuana and several others considering the possibility, driving while high on pot is becoming a much bigger concern for motorists. More Danger Behind the Wheel Plenty of marijuana users routinely get behind ...

    ... and pot also negatively impairs judgment. A study conducted last April by the Alcohol Research Group, a program of the Public Health Institute, noted that those who used pot and alcohol together were twice as likely ... continue reading
  • Childhood Traumas Haunt Many into Adulthood

    It's a widely accepted theory that some people are more susceptible to addiction than others. Many of those “at-risk” are labeled as such due to specific genetic or neurological issues. However, a recent study indicates that traumatic ...

    ... 1998 and included 17,000 people who were each part of California's Kaiser Permanente Insurance Program. They successfully linked childhood stress with a higher likelihood of adulthood addiction, both with substances and ... continue reading
  • Progressing Through the 5 Stages of Addiction: Stage II

    A craving is an intense desire to use a particular drug and experts consider this the second stage of addiction. This overwhelming urge to use is so powerful, it hijacks normal thinking and behavior and leads to irrational acts - regardless of the ...

    ... for good is to separate yourself from drugs and alcohol - first through detox, and then through treatment and a program of recovery . Additional Reading: Shooting Up - How Far Would You Go For a Fix? Image Source: iStock continue reading
  • Got 15 Minutes to Spare? Why Not Spend it Reducing Impulsive Drinking?

    Do you want to cut down on drinking? Would you like to be able to say “no” more often? Guess what? There's an app for that. Well, there's an online tool for that. Paul Dolan, professor of behavioral science at the London School of Economics and ...

    ... Dolan, professor of behavioral science at the London School of Economics and Social Policy, developed an “Attention Training Program” that helps retrain your brain to “just say no.” It's available on any device and takes ... continue reading
  • Is Your Neighborhood Making You Sick?

    I used to live in a neighborhood blanketed in liquor stores, dive bars, and convenience stores that sold beer until two in the morning - even on Christmas. My old apartment building smelled so much like pot you'd have thought a herd of skunks lived ...

    ... lasting recovery was more important than any of those small sacrifices. Will I have access to recovery tools? My program of recovery involves therapy, yoga, and meditation. That means I had to find a place with both a ... continue reading
  • Fixing the Addiction Counselor Crunch: One University’s Plan to Help

    Seventy-seven percent of counties across the country are currently suffering from severe shortages of behavioral health professionals. By 2025, the expected demand for treatment will create a shortage of over 15,000 workers. The lack of experts in ...

    ... knowledge will equip more professionals to fill the unmet need for treatment in our society. Graduates of one program won't completely meet the need, but it's a start. Additional Reading: Addiction is an Emotional ... continue reading
  • Smoke Signals: Why Are Cigarettes Such a Hot Commodity in Treatment?

    Years ago, while I was in a nine-month substance abuse treatment program, I realized that everyone around me had one thing in common - they smoked. In fact, their lives seemed to revolve around the next cigarette, so much so that they weren't ...

    Years ago, while I was in a nine-month substance abuse treatment program, I realized that everyone around me had one thing in common - they smoked. In fact, their lives seemed to revolve around the next cigarette, so ... continue reading
  • DTs Changed My Entire World – For the Better

    July 15, 2011, was one of the worst days of my life, yet it's a day I wouldn't change for anything. It was a full moon. I was a twenty-two year old girl living in a sixty-year-old woman's body, wrongly diagnosed with a rare liver disease. I maybe ...

    ... an episode of Intervention. But there I was. Packing up to enroll in a residential treatment program. My caseworker informed me that my insurance covered the entire cost. I was dumbfounded, excited, scared, apprehensive ... continue reading
  • 7 Tips for Keeping Your 2016 Resolution to Get Sober

    Once January has come and gone, new years' resolutions can be difficult to follow through on—especially when your resolution is to get sober. It's easy to keep putting it off every month until you eventually forget why you wanted to do it in the ...

    ... ask about the different options. Ask as many questions as you need to because choosing the right rehab program could be the difference between staying sober and relapsing. Tip #5: Join a support group There are countless ... continue reading
  • 12-Step Thinking: Let's Talk About AA and the C-Word (Uncovering Alcoholics Anonymous)

    No, not that c-word! To be clear, we're talking about the word cult here. If you're familiar with the world of addiction recovery, then you're no doubt acquainted with Alcoholics Anonymous—or AA as it is more commonly known. And if you've had more ...

    ... motivators for people in recovery. AA's 12-step thinking instills a unique fear of the outside world. You're programmed to believe that, if you leave the safety of the group or buck the rules, you'll be shunned and ... continue reading
  • Facing Reality: 8 Shocking Drug and Alcohol Abuse Statistics

    It's no secret that drugs and alcohol can have detrimental consequences on your mind, body, and life. They are indiscriminate in who they affect; anyone who abuses alcohol or drugs is at risk for developing an addiction. Although sometimes glorified ...

    ... suffering from an addiction to drugs or alcohol went untreated. Those who don't enter a recovery program are at risk for developing or exacerbating a mental health disorder or physical ailments. References 1. Longo ... continue reading
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  • Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in New Mexico

    For far too many New Mexicans, addiction to drugs or alcohol is a daily struggle. The toll that substance abuse can take is physically, emotionally, and financially devastating, not to mention potentially fatal. Thankfully, there are many inpatient ...

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  • Colorado Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center

    When compared with much of the country, Colorado has relatively high rates of substance use, and the numbers suggest that there may be many people in the state in need of addiction treatment. Addiction tends to get worse the longer it goes ...

    ... can avoid paying a lump sum up-front. You can also research state-funded rehabs or see if you qualify for federal and state healthcare programs such as Medicare or Medicaid. Some recovery centers accept these forms of ... continue reading
  • Virginia Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center

    Substance abuse may be prominent in Virginia, but thankfully there are many professional treatment programs to help both residents and out-of-state visitors get the necessary care. The directory listings included on this page are a great place to ...

    ... 's Community Service Boards : These serve as a “point of entry” into the publicly funded substance abuse treatment programs. For more information about specific treatment options in your area, or to learn more about ... continue reading
  • Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in Wyoming

    When addiction takes hold, it can feel impossible to get free from it, but there is a way out. You have a wealth of resources to choose from when picking a treatment program. Browse our listings to view programs in Wyoming and read reviews from ...

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  • Cigna Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment

    About Cigna and Alcohol and Drug Rehab Coverage Cigna is a global healthcare business that serves over 180 million people in over 30 countries around the world. 1 Cigna insurance provides coverage for a host of medical needs, including the treatment ...

    About Cigna and Alcohol and Drug Rehab Coverage Cigna is a global healthcare business that serves over 180 million people in over 30 countries around the world. 1 Cigna insurance provides coverage for a host of medical ... continue reading
  • Find a Drug and Alcohol Abuse Rehab Center in Ohio

    Seeking help for addiction is the best thing you can do for your physical and mental health. It can even save your life. If you're struggling with addiction, you don't have to keep suffering. There are numerous resources in Ohio to help you get ...

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  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Santee, CA

    which_city: california/santee; h1: Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Santee, CA; intro: With the legalization of marijuana for recreational use in California, many are watching and waiting to see what changes are brought by the new ...

    ... substance. The act of legalization and the trend to tax and monitor every aspect of the drug in more ... and 2015, the percent of new admissions to drug rehab programs based on a marijuana addiction dropped from just under 20 ... continue reading
  • Prescription Drug Addiction: Treatment and Rehab

    Many prescription medications have the potential to become drugs of abuse, if they are misused. Misuse of prescription drugs means taking them other than prescribed. This includes taking a larger dose, using them more frequently, or taking them for ...

    ... out-of-pocket costs, you may also seek a publicly funded treatment center. 26 These programs receive funding through Medicaid and other government programs to provide services to people in their community. 27 Publicly ... continue reading
  • Aetna Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment

    Aetna Substance Abuse Coverage Deciding to go to a drug or alcohol addiction rehab is difficult enough without having to worry about whether your insurance covers the substance abuse treatment service. This page will help you learn more about: The ...

    Aetna Substance Abuse Coverage Deciding to go to a drug or alcohol addiction rehab is difficult enough without having to worry about whether your insurance covers the substance abuse treatment service. This page will ... continue reading
  • Getting Drug and Alcohol Rehab Without Insurance

    What is Substance Abuse Rehab? Drug and alcohol addiction treatment provides professional rehabilitation services to those who struggle with chemical dependence and other substance abuse issues. Rehab centers typically offer treatment services for ...

    ... and which one is right for them, so here's a quick breakdown of both programs: 3,4 Medicaid is a federal- and state-funded program that was originally created in 1965 to provide health insurance for those with very low ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in West Covina, CA

    which_city: california/west-covina; h1: Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in West Covina, CA; intro: West Covina, California in Los Angeles County is a small city with a population of just over 100,000. 1 This city is to the east of ...

    ... without insurance, and are unaware of their options. For example, there are publicly funded treatment programs, and many private programs offer payment options that make it easier to access the care they need. These ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Summit, NJ

    which_city: new-jersey/summit; h1: Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Summit, NJ; intro: Drug addiction is a serious problem that many Summit, New Jersey citizens struggle with daily. However, there is hope. To halt the progress of ...

    ... of-pocket expenses you can expect if not. If you do not have insurance, look into state-funded treatment programs that may fit your needs or ask potential treatment centers about loans, financing, or sliding scales. Many ... continue reading
  • Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Vineland, NJ

    which_city: new-jersey/vineland; h1: Find a Substance Abuse Rehab Center or Resource in Vineland, NJ; intro: Residents of Vineland, New Jersey are no stranger to the nation's opioid abuse crisis. Statistics show that in 2016, Vineland had the ...

    ... resources in your local community to assist you, including free or very low-cost programs, such as state-funded rehab programs. Also, some rehab centers offer sliding scales, scholarships, and financing to help those who ... continue reading
  • Ambetter Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Rehab

    What Is Ambetter Insurance? Ambetter insurance covers a host of medical and mental health needs, including the treatment of substance abuse disorder. 1 Ambetter insurance covers over 2 million people across 20 states in the United States. A division ...

    What Is Ambetter Insurance? Ambetter insurance covers a host of medical and mental health needs, including the treatment of substance abuse disorder. 1 Ambetter insurance covers over 2 million people across 20 states in ... continue reading
  • UnitedHealthcare Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Rehab Treatment

    UnitedHealthcare (UHC) serves over 45 million people around the world and contracts directly with more than 1.2 million physicians and 6,500 hospitals and treatment facilities in the U.S. alone. 1 But how do they handle drug and alcohol ...

    UnitedHealthcare (UHC) serves over 45 million people around the world and contracts directly with more than 1.2 million physicians and 6,500 hospitals and treatment facilities in the U.S. alone. 1 But how do they handle ... continue reading
  • Humana Health Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab

    Drug and Alcohol Rehab Through Humana Health Plans If you or your loved one is struggling with substance abuse and in need of drug or alcohol addiction rehab, you may feel overwhelmed by the range of choices and decisions to make about the best type ...

    Drug and Alcohol Rehab Through Humana Health Plans If you or your loved one is struggling with substance abuse and in need of drug or alcohol addiction rehab, you may feel overwhelmed by the range of choices and ... continue reading
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse Treatment Programs

    If you or someone you care about is struggling with addiction, you may be considering potential drug and alcohol treatment options. Seeking treatment is a courageous choice and an important first step in the recovery process, but it might not always ...

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  • Opioids

    Opioids are substances that are known for their pain-relieving effects. They include both legal, and some illegal substances that may have the potential for misuse, which can potentially lead to dependence and/or addiction. 1 If you or someone you ...

    ... A few options include: Medicare and Medicaid . These programs are government-funded health insurance plans that can help pay for drug rehab. State-funded rehab . These facilities often offer addiction treatment services ... continue reading
  • Kaiser Permanente Insurance for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab

    If you are concerned that you or your loved one needs drug or alcohol addiction rehab, the first place to start is with your primary care doctor, who can help assess your addiction treatment needs and coordinate a referral to a substance abuse ...

    ... can help assess your addiction treatment needs and coordinate a referral to a substance abuse treatment program. However, when you are thinking about getting addiction treatment, one of your most pressing questions is ... continue reading
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Insurance Coverage for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab

    Deciding to seek rehabilitation treatment for drug or alcohol addiction can be a step in the right direction, but you may have some concerns about treatment. Paying for treatment, rehab services and navigating rehab insurance coverage levels can be ...

    Deciding to seek rehabilitation treatment for drug or alcohol addiction can be a step in the right direction, but you may have some concerns about treatment. Paying for treatment, rehab services and navigating rehab ... continue reading
  • Workplace Adderall Abuse: 9 Signs It’s Time to Get Help

    Colleges and universities across the country are struggling to tackle the huge rise in students using ADHD drugs like Adderall as study aid , but the problem doesn't magically disappear after graduation. Businesses across the country are finding ...

    ... . Going Days Without Sleep : An occasional all-nighter is sometimes necessary. Board meetings, performance reviews and tax season requires a lot of work and attention on your part. While it's simply part of the ... continue reading
  • If Old Drug Ads Told the Truth

    Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Through the late 19th century and mid-20th century, many of today's illicit drugs of abuse were available legally in the United States. Products containing cocaine, heroin, or amphetamine were readily available for ...

    ... , although that trend didn't last: After cocaine became a regulated substance with the Harrison Narcotics Tax Act of 1914 , its reputation subsequently suffered while novocaine quickly took its place as the local ... continue reading
  • Cocaine History and Statistics

    History Cocaine is a drug derived from the South American coca plant ( Erythoxylon coca ). It is a powerful stimulant and popular recreational drug . However, there are legitimate medical uses for cocaine as a topical anesthetic used in certain ...

    ... for cocaine-containing products were enacted through the Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906. Next, the Harrison Narcotics Tax Act of 1914 imposed restrictions on the use of cocaine and other drugs and made it illegal for ... continue reading
  • Heroin History and Statistics

    History Heroin is a powerful opiate narcotic that has no legal medical use in the US. Outside of the US, pharmaceutical grade heroin is still produced for limited therapeutic use. It is occasionally prescribed for severe pain in countries such as ...

    ... potentially addictive ingredients such as heroin. Governmental control of heroin was extended by the Harrison Narcotic Tax Act of 1914 , which: Limited the permissible medical uses for heroin and other drugs. Required ... continue reading
  • Private and Luxury Recovery Options

    When considering inpatient treatment, there are generally 3 standard options: public inpatient rehab centers, private inpatient rehab centers, and luxury treatment centers. Both usually offer the same core elements—including counseling, access to ...

    ... programs are funded completely by admissions and tend to have more resources than public programs ... might be surprised at just how many people are willing to help fund your time in treatment. It can be scary to think about ... continue reading
  • Guide to Sober Living

    People with social support groups that discourage substance use are more likely to end use and have longer periods of recovery. Sober living is a type of informal treatment for substance use disorders. These programs are established in a house ...

    ... . They are often funded by the government vs. by the individual. The funding source will be in ... to afford your share of the fees. Finding a Sober Living Program Finding a sober living house in your area might be a ... continue reading
  • Heroin Addiction: Treatment and Rehab

    Heroin addiction can negatively impact certain aspects of your life and have dangerous health repercussions. Here, we will help you understand heroin addiction, how addiction is treated, and what you should know about heroin rehab centers, including ...

    ... need/ability to pay. Going to a facility with public funding . There are free and low-cost options, and states ... government-funded health insurance for eligible low-income adults. 12,15 Find a Heroin Rehab Program It can ... continue reading
  • Meth and Pregnancy

    One study of meth-related emergency room visits found that more than 400,000 reproductive-aged women reported using meth in the prior month. As methamphetamine use continues to rise, so do treatment and hospital admissions. In 2012, meth ranked ...

    ... are admitted with for treatment at US federally funded health centers. To complicate matters, meth is ... of your treatment. Addiction support groups . 12-step programs are available to help you receive peer support. Groups ... continue reading
  • The Prevalence of Substance Abuse in the Workplace

    Substance abuse permeates every aspect of life for those suffering from addiction, and that behavior doesn't get put on hold during a 9-5 job. Employees engaging in substance abuse during work hours is a more common occurrence than most people ...

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  • Mental Health and Drug Abuse

    Mental illness is common among people who struggle with substance abuse and addiction. 1 In 2016, 8.2 million adults had a co-occurring mental illness and substance use disorder in the past year. Of those 8.2 million, only 48.1% received treatment ...

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  • Christian Drug Rehab

    Your recovery chances can be strengthened when surrounded by others on a similar path as you are. Spirituality can play an important role in the recovery journeys of many substance-dependent Christians. Many feel that some of the most important ...

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  • Alcohol Addiction: Treatment and Rehab

    Drinking alcohol is a common and often problematic occurrence throughout the United States, where approximately 17 million people were classified as heavy drinkers in 2020. 1 In that same year, more then 28 million people in the U.S., ages 12 and ...

    ... are numerous ways to pay for treatment that include: Health insurance. Publicly funded programs that may take Medicare or Medicaid. Programs that offer sliding-scale fees based on income. Treatment facilities that offer ... continue reading
  • Drugs A-Z

    What is Acamprosate? Acamprosate is thought to help recovering alcoholics stay sober balancing inhibitory and excitatory neurotransmission. Acamprosate may be combined with behavioral therapy to decrease the chance of relapse and continued drinking. ...

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  • Drug & Substance Abuse Rehab

    Why Do I Need Rehab? Choosing drug abuse rehabilitation is a solid first step towards helping you or your loved one overcome an addiction and lead a new, healthy life. When you or someone close to you needs drug abuse rehab, it can be hard to know ...

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