What is addiction counseling?
Odds are, you didn’t set out to become addicted to opioids, but it happens. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, in 2017, there were an estimated 1.7 million people with opioid related substance abuse problems, with 47,000 deaths resulting from opioid overdose. So, while recovery from addiction may feel like a long, lonely path to travel, you are far from alone...
Opioid abuse is a term that seems to be coming up more often now. Whether you yourself are struggling, a friend or family member, or you have just seen it in the media, it affects everyone.
Opioid overdose is a tragic thing that not only affects the individual, but their friends and family as well. The opioid epidemic is continuing to grow across the country and it does not discriminate.
There are so many words out there that sound the same or look the same that it is so easy to use them interchangeably. Tomato, tomato (it doesn’t really work the same on the Internet); there, their they’re; effect, affect
Relapse. When you hear that word, what do you think? Failure, giving up, no way out? Most would agree that this word has a negative meaning, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
42 CRF Part 2: what does this mean? Nowadays it seems like nothing is private, that everything you do or say has an audience whether you wanted one or not. Privacy is not a thing most people want to give up, especially if they are struggling
Buprenorphine Side Effects Blog Posts You realize that you have an addiction, but how do you know what treatment is safe? Taking buprenorphine is an effective step…
Treatment options for an opioid addiction can be overwhelming whether it is for you or a loved one, especially if you are unfamiliar with the terminology. One of the treatment options you may see often
Opioid addiction is a growing problem worldwide, even here in the United States. According to the American Society of Addiction Medicine, “Of the 20.5 million Americans 12 or older that had a substance use disorder in 2015, 2 million
Treatment options for an opioid addiction can be overwhelming whether it is for you or a loved one, especially if you are unfamiliar with the terminology. One of the treatment options you may see often is “Medication-Assisted Treatment”