The decision to quit using drugs may not only be the most important decision that you ever make, it may save your life. Once you fully understand the repercussions of addiction and have decided to get help, the real challenge begins - getting sober and staying that way.
The words with which something is said, along with the delivery, have a profound impact on the message that's conveyed. In treatment and recovery, recognizing this is instrumental in staying positive and committed.
Recent study finds that young adults are abusing prescription drugs for reasons other than peer pressure. Subtle components including peer drug associations, points of drug access and motivation to misuse are influencing drug use among the 18-29 year old age group.
The Office of National Drug Control Policy, charged with the task of oversight and administration of federal drug policy, has budgeted billions of U.S. dollars each year toward the reduction of illicit drug use, but despite the billions spent, drug use continues to be on the rise.
Early drug prevention programs, delivered during the elementary school years, have been found to positively influence safe behaviors later in life reducing the risk of contracting HIV/AIDS.
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