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How to Say NO to Alcohol

How to Say NO to Alcohol

Saying NO to alcohol doesn't have to be complicated. You just need a few strategies in your back pocket to use when the time comes. 10 Ways to Say NO to Alcohol at a Party or Elsewhere Next time you’re at a party or anywhere that you feel the pressure to have a drink,...

5 Ways to Stop Drug Withdrawal Symptoms

5 Ways to Stop Drug Withdrawal Symptoms

Alcohol and drugs alter the molecular makeup of the brain, and repeated use of mind-altering substances can lead to dependence. Withdrawal is a set of physical and psychological symptoms that occur when a person stops using or reduces their consumption of a substance...

Drug Overdose: What to Expect

Drug Overdose: What to Expect

A drug overdose can happen after someone takes too much of a drug. This can happen whether they consume over-the-counter, prescription, or illegal substances, and it can occur intentionally or accidentally. In 2019, there were 70,600 drug-involved overdose deaths in...

National Substance Abuse Prevention Month

National Substance Abuse Prevention Month

October is National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. Established in 2011, this awareness campaign was created to highlight an epidemic within the United States. Since 1999, nearly one million Americans have died from drug overdoses--with a record number of over...

CBT vs DBT Therapy: What’s The Difference?

CBT vs DBT Therapy: What’s The Difference?

There are a lot of acronyms used in the addiction treatment community: IP (inpatient treatment), OP (outpatient treatment), EBP (evidence-based practice), MAT (medically-assisted treatment)—just to name a few. These terms might seem like a jumble of letters to the...

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