Our blog discusses news and current topics about drug and alcohol addiction. Our goal to help you understand the problems and issues related to drug addiction and review new promising treatments for recovery.
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Nobody sets out to become addicted to drugs or expects to deal with drug addiction. Some people may take an illegal drug for the first time, just to have a thrill or be a part of the crowd.
Some people need prescription medication, but over time they begin to take too much, too often. Whatever the case, people certainly do not expect the misery that comes with addiction. But there is help for drug addiction and drug rehabilitation can work.
Addiction Has Many Faces...
Addiction has many faces, none of them pretty. This site is devoted to trying to help find ways for you to recover from addiction.
We designed this site to give useful information that will help people learn to make better decisions. The key to dealing with drug abuse, alcoholism and drug addiction is having the right information. You need information to recognize and understand drug addiction or alcoholism in yourself, your family, your friends and your community. The goal of our blog is to have complete and up to date facts about drug and alcohol abuse to help people to stop their dependence.
Who are we?
Drug-Addiction-Support.org is a website built to answer the questions and concerns of those harmed by drug and alcohol addiction and abuse. It’s a collaborative effort between many people and resources so that you receive the most update information available. Our goal is to be independent and not promote one treatment center over another but give you the tools to make a well-informed decision.
We do recommend that everyone suffering from this destructive disease join a 12-Step group either through your local church, AA, or NA. If you are a family member or loved one of an addict we recommend you begin the 12-step process with Al-Anon as soon as you can.
My husband is addicted by heroin and some time he also take yaba(meth). For nearly one year he didn't take any drugs but after that he started it again.
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Drug Addiction Prevention helping to stop drug abuse and addiction!
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Hi, I smoked weed twice in my life and i am 15 years old. The first time was on 4/12 i didn't felt high. The second time was 5 or 7 days after the first
Hi, I just learned that my husband has been doing cocaine for almost 12 years or so. He does it once or twice a month, at least this is what he's told
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12 Keys REHAB just published a very informative page on Rohypnol addiction and treatment. Rohypnol often called Roofies or Wolfies, is a very strong benzodiazepine
I've smoked weed everyday and I'm usually high throughout the day, but I've been trying to quit. I haven't smoked in three days yet I felt high for a
I been with the father to my children for going on six years. When we began to go out I never knew he did drugs. Once we started getting serious I moved
Hi, Looking for meetings for myself and my mother. My son has been battling heroin for past 5 years and we are looking for support. He has been in and
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I am trying to find a outpatient program in Mobile, Alabama which would allow me to still work and do the program...
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My husband is ripping me apart. We've been married for 11 years. I first caught him smoking crack out of a mountain dew can a couple days after being married.
Substance abuse is a very hot topic in our country, right now. For the past two decades, addiction rates have continued to climb at unprecedented levels,