Substance Abuse Treatments

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol-related causes are the third greatest preventable cause of mortality in the United States. Alcohol addiction does not discriminate against what it causes havoc too. It will intertwine itself into the person’s home, school, work, and all relationships.

Opioid Addiction

Opioids have a high potential for causing addiction in some people, even when prescribed appropriately and taken as directed. Many prescription opioids are misused or diverted to others.

Cocaine Addiction

Cocaine releases dopamine which causes a sense of pleasure and euphoria in the brain. This constant cycle of “feel good” emotions promotes the individual to use the drug repeatedly and as they develop a tolerance for the drug.

Amphetamine (Meth) Addiction

Amphetamines are categorized as stimulants and addiction can leave the individual and their families feeling frightened while they are stuck in an endless cycle of bingeing and crashing.

Marijuana Addiction

The unfortunate truth is that the lack of serious, early consequences to marijuana addiction allows for a long, slow decline, often without recognition, resulting in later-­stage addiction before the problem is confronted.

Club Drugs Addiction

Young adults commonly use club drugs at public venues such as concerts, nightclubs, and bars. However, many people may not realize what drugs are considered a “club drug” because of the ever-changing nicknames.

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