Teen drug abuse is on the rise, and if this trend continues, we’ll continue having thousands of adolescents in rehab facilities. As members of society, we have to look out for signs of drug abuse in our teens. This will help us identify substance abuse disorders early on. We can intervene before their condition worsens…
Teen drug experimentation can lead down a path of destruction, especially in teens. Asking the right questions and gaining knowledge can help in avoiding a potential path to drug addiction.
If you suspect your teen has a video game addiction, try to open the channel of communication. Come up with a plan together on how your teen can cut back on video gaming.
Of course party drugs are bad for you, but do you really know the extent of all the damage? Find out here what’s really going on in you or a loved ones head
If you ask any parent of a teenager what their fears are for their child, drug and alcohol use and the consequences that go with them will be high on the list.
The multi-faceted addiction problem is so complex and hard to overcome, it is tough to get a hold on when you yourself don’t have any issues. Learn more now
Adderall use isn’t just problem among college students. UofM’s Monitoring the Future Study found that Adderall use increased significantly among U.S. high school seniors since 2009.
Recognizing the importance of nutrition during recovery is essential for a realistic and healthy plan of action and a higher chance for long-term recovery.
Equine therapy offers a realistic solution that builds up physical strength and helps individuals regain their sense of trust and general well-being.
Peer pressure often leads individuals to do something they would not normally do in an attempt to “belong.” Risky behaviors usually stem from some form of peer pressure because kids will feel left out or ridiculed when they don’t follow the crowd.