This blog discusses news and current topics about drug addiction. It's goal to help you understand the problems and issues related to drug addiction and review new promising treatments for recovery.
Each of us is different
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. This blog has complete and up to date facts about drug and alcohol abuse to help people to stop their dependence.
We designed this blog to give useful information that will help people learn to make better decisions.
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.
This page describes Step 9 of the 12-step process actualy making amends to those we've harmed.
If you’re recovering from addiction, it’s highly important that you develop a habit of hope. Sometimes when new habits and stress management techniques
Drug Addiction Facts outlines key information about the difficulties and challenges of drug addiction and alcoholism that may be surprising.
14 Days Wow. 32 years old. I feel like I just woke up from a 10 year nightmare, longer than that really, Christina would be 30 years old and I probably
A new Tennessee law, which went into effect in 2014, sends pregnant women to prison for narcotics use. Essentially the law defines that the act of taking
This page describes Step Eight of the 12-step process that prepares us to learn how to love others in our life.
I'm cutting down to the chase. My bf and I have been together 4 years. We had 3 kids of our own(9 all together). I love him but stress, nag and complain
I have smoked meth on and off for 10+ years now. It has taken a long time to get to where i am now, I've been able to stop for 10 months here, 3 months
Al-anon helps families learn how to best deal with the terrible problem of addiction, this week on Recovery Now!
My son is 22 and has hit a bad low and wants to kill himself... drinking daily, weed, coke, homeless. I need him to be sectioned or rehab as it is mentally
This page describes Step Seven of the 12-step process helps us to seek God's power to remove our short comings from us.
This page describes Step 6 of the 12-step process a step about transformation into the person we become after ending our addiction.
I lost everything due to my drug addiction. I didn't think that I had a problem. I thought I was perfectly fine & normal. I started stealing from my family
I'm addicted to yaba for last 6 months, and I need to stop it! How do I get rid of my yaba addiction without a doctor's help?
My husband says he quit using crack after I moved out. I want to believe him. Do you know of any support groups for family members. I live in the Indianapolis
My daughter was on probation for meth and is using again. Is there a meeting during the day ? I live in Georgetown, TX.
This page describes Step Five of the 12-step process, when we admit to God and another what we listed in Step 4.
This page describes Step 4 of the 12-step process, which is often the most challenging and rewarding step in the 12 step process.
Hi, If anyone reading this is in love with an addict, I can honestly say, I know how you feel. I too, at one point had a heroin addicted boyfriend. I
I need to stop...