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The Prevention Coalition addiction-related resources
I have a teenage son and I’m terrified about his risk for addiction, particularly given all of the recent coverage on how teen brains are in fact primed for it as a form of learning. My hope is that real-world stories of the difficulties and dangers of addiction combined with the facts will help encourage him and his peers to focus on their opportunities so that they remain on a positive path.
I thought The Prevention Coalition should gather some addiction-related resources to help families with prevention as well as treatment, and so I’ve included some of our favorites below. I think your audience would find them very valuable (for example, here: https://www.drug-addiction-support.org/Al-Anon.html).
Medicine Abuse Project (sort by stories)
Rehab and Medicaid: The Ultimate Guide
Understanding Addiction: How Addiction Hijacks the Brain
Effects of Illegal Drugs on the Heart
Addictive Behaviors: Beyond Drugs and Alcohol
Taking Charge of Dual Diagnosis: Your Resource Guide
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Seeking help with my son’s cocaine addiction
Oct 23, 17 09:43 AM
I have a son who is 32 years and has an addiction to cocaine. He won’t get help, and he has hallucinations plus he gets very paranoid. Myself and his
Should we get a restraining order on our daughter?
Oct 23, 17 09:22 AM
My daughter has been addicted for the last 12 years or so, she’s finished many short term rehabs. She came back in June from a rehab and started using
Oct 21, 17 10:12 AM
Opiates Addiction – People seeking pain medication will go from doctor to doctor, trying to get a prescription and enough drugs to last them until the next round of doctor shopping.
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