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Pet Therapy and Recovery

Pet Therapy and Recovery

Pet therapy can play an important role in addiction recovery. For a number of people with substance abuse issues, developing a loving relationship with a domestic animal offers a number of benefits. As more time and energy is expended to support an addiction, managing...
Signs of Heroin Addiction

Signs of Heroin Addiction

According to the results of the 2014 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, of the 21.5 million Americans ages 12 and older who had a substance use disorder in 2014, 586,000 individuals had a problem involving heroin. What exactly is heroin? The drug heroin is an...
Detaching with Love

Detaching with Love

If you have loved someone with a drug or alcohol addiction, then you know how difficult the situation can become. Addiction is often called a family disease because it not only affects the addicted person but also those around and close to them. Loved ones spend...
Heroin Addiction Statistics

Heroin Addiction Statistics

People are addicted to many legal drugs, such as painkillers, alcohol, or other pharmaceuticals. Of course, illegal substances are just as dangerous, and heroin addiction statistics showcase this fact. Heroin is often the next step after an addiction to opioids or...