The Growing Threat of Methamphetamine and Crystal Meth in New Hampshire

June 8, 2008

Cases of methamphetamine and crystal meth abuse in New Hampshire are growing by the day. But what’s more alarming is the fact that the victims are getting younger and younger. Read more

Why are so many Resources being spent on Methamphetamine and Crystal Meth Addiction in Maryland?

May 15, 2008


Maryland is one of the states that has a rising methamphetamine and crystal meth problem that shows no signs of subsiding soon. This problem is sapping the young generation of the state and each year there are more youth seeking admissions in the centers for meth rehab in Maryland than the previous year.

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Why a Crystal Meth Addiction must be Treated ASAP

April 24, 2008

Methamphetamine is slowly becoming one of the strongest lifestyle drugs today. More and more people are entering into the dangerous path of a methamphetamine addiction and seeing no way out.

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The Short and Long Term Effects of Meth Addiction

April 14, 2008

The effects of meth addiction are categorized two ways — short-term and long-term. Short-term effects are immediate whereas long-term evolve over a lengthier period of time.

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Drug Addiction is a Difficult Opponent

March 22, 2008


Drug addiction is a difficult opponent. That is the right word, opponent. It has been working against you from the beginning. Before it ever showed enough of itself for you to fight against it, it probably did you plenty of harm. Chances are your decision to fight your drug addiction is a recent one. As you discover how difficult that fight will be, do not feel you have to do it alone. We are here to provide you the best substance abuse recovery facility. Read more

Availability of Dual Diagnosis Treatment

March 21, 2008


People who have a dual diagnosis must deal with both an addiction problem and a mental illness. They have special needs when it comes to seeking to treatment because both of these conditions must be addressed. Not all rehab facilities are equipped to provide the best care for dual diagnosis patients. Individuals who have a mental illness should look for these specific programs when choosing a treatment facility, as it can make a big difference in the chances for a successful addiction recovery. Read more

Stages of Recovery

March 18, 2008


Recovery from drug and alcohol addiction doesn’t necessarily refer to a set point in time. It is a process that happens in phases and varies somewhat from person to person. Recovery is the changes that occur as an individual begins to overcome addiction by making better decisions in all areas of life. The four stages of this process are transition, early recovery, middle recovery, and maintenance. Read more

Hospital-Based Treatment Programs

March 17, 2008


When most people think of addiction treatment, they think of a free-standing rehab facility, outpatient treatment, or perhaps a support group like Alcoholics Anonymous. Hospital-based treatment programs are another option that can be the best choice for some people with multiple conditions. Just as the name suggests, these programs are offered in a unit of a general hospital. Read more

The Seriousness of Meth Addiction

March 16, 2008


Crystal meth was once thought to be a drug that was not as widespread as other substances. However, throughout the past several years’ crystal meth has pushed its way into the lives of millions of people. Crystal meth addiction is one of the most serious drug addictions within our society, because of its highly addictive nature and its ability to transform the minds of its users. Read more

I Didn’t Sign Up for This

March 13, 2008


In the beginning cocaine abuse seems so trivial, just a small amount and the party goes a little longer, the lights are a little brighter, and in general everything gives off a little nicer glow. But cocaine, like every other drug, isn’t honest with you. It’s needs and demands on you grow and grow and grow. Until eventually you realize that this isn’t what you want, isn’t what you signed up for. Read more