The Unexpected Craving: Oxycodone Addiction

The Unexpected Craving: Oxycodone Addiction, oxycodone rehab clinicMaybe you were hurt on the job. Maybe you had a sports injury. Your doctor prescribed a painkiller (an opioid), and you followed directions – took it every day, as prescribed. Even though your pain quit after just a few days, you dutifully took those pills for the full 30

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Finding Strength as a Child of an Addicted Parent

Addiction Outreach Clinic Ohio SuboxoneEvery child has a right to a have a parent that will help them teach responsibility, skills to survive in this hectic world, and a peaceful place to live. These are just the basics. The reality is not every child gets to enjoy these important parts of life. When a

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Behavioral Therapy in Opioid Addiction Help

Overcoming an opioid addiction isn’t easy and usually, a professional opioid addiction help program would be necessary for successful recovery. However, programs vary and you can’t just enter any program and expect an easy road to opioid addiction recovery.

The program should be an MAT (medication-assisted treatment) program and incorporate

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Spring Break And Drug Use, What You Need To Know.

There is a war going on within the United States and this war is not one that is easy to win. It is the war on drugs and it has been going on for years. The problem with this war is that it is like fighting a number of wars

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The Emotional Toll of Addiction

Loving Someone With An Opioid Addiction

Loving someone with an opioid addiction is one of the hardest and most emotionally draining things to do. whether or not your partner has come to terms with their issue, there are constant struggles, and being supportive can be difficult. Getting help outside of

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Enabling Opioid Addiction: The Fine Line

 

Enabling Opioid Addiction: The Thin LineEnabling. There is such a thin line between helping and enabling drug addicts when you love and care about someone with an opioid addiction. Where does one stop and the other begin? The alcoholic or addict has great difficulty admitting that they have an addiction problem. This is also … Read More

The Connection Between Prescription Drugs and Heroin

In 2018 our country is seeing the most alarmingly high numbers regarding drug abuse and overdoses that it has ever faced. Drug abuse does not affect a single group of people nor is it defined by social or financial status, age, gender, etc. It has truly become an epidemic of

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The Middle-Aged and the Opioid Addiction

Opioid Addiction and The Growing Middle Aged

It is no secret that opioid addiction in the middle-aged population is growing.

Often when you think of drug addiction, it brings up visions of a shadowy life with illegal drug dealers and late night clandestine meetings. Surprisingly, that is not the reality.

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Loving An Addict | Heroin and Opioid Addiction

Loving An Addict Is Hard

Addiction Outreach Clinic Loving An AddictWhen you love an addict it is incredibly difficult. You want to provide them with the help they need but often you are not sure what you can do to help.

The first step to take is to be sure this person really is addicted

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Abuse vs Addiction: Opioid Addiction

Addiction Outreach Clinic Abuse vs AddictionMany people use “addiction” and “abuse” interchangeably, however, they both mean something quite different. Someone can abuse opioids or other drugs and alcohol but not be addicted. Still confused? Let’s look at it a little closer.

Abuse is Not Addiction

Abusing opioids or other drugs and alcohol means that you’re … Read More