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Category Archives: Addiction
As more information has become available about the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, it’s possible to see the pattern of his self-destruction.
How many people who start smoking marijuana eventually end up addicted to some other drug?
If his death could have any positive effect at all, it has been to shine a bright light directly at the existing, “right now” heroin problem in this country.
Narconon Contributes Another Great Drug Prevention Tool so Parents can Keep Kids Safe from Stimulants
In this report, we familiarize parents with the drugs that their children might encounter, the signs of abuse, the health and overdose risks of those drugs and how to approach this subject with their children.
These rules can save a family from years of tragedy and financial ruin,” said Carr. “Anyone reading this booklet should feel free to send it along to any other family who might need the information.
A family can consider these principles as they review prospective rehab programs. A short study of this free booklet can help them walk this difficult path with more confidence.
Carr is releasing his definitive work, Ending Addiction, as a gift to every person who wants to know how lasting sobriety might be achieved.
Understand drug addiction and how you can help a person with addiction. Here’s a complete step-by-step guide to help resolve substance abuse.
President Carr’s plea responds to a Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration survey showing that numbers of drug abusers are still on the increase.
A recent survey at a Narconon rehab center reveals how many opiate addicts are abusing only prescription opiates and how many increase their risk of death by adding a benzodiazepine like Xanax.