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A report section on "Reducing Substance Abuse in America: Building the Nation's Demand Reduction Infrastructure A Framework for Discussion"
So you think your friend or sibling has a problem with drugs or alcohol? Maybe he or she seems like a different person since starting to drink or get high.
It's difficult to know when to say something when you're worried about a friend's drug or alcohol use.
It's never easy to tell a friend that he or she has a problem…but isn't that what a friend would do?
A listing of drugs, their effects, and withdrawal symptoms.
If one of your friends needed help solving a business problem, or was sick, or needed help watching the kids, no doubt you'd lend a hand; but when a friend, student, or child shows signs of a
When it comes to teen substance abuse, it seems like we’re always playing catch up. Anytime a new drug hits the streets, its popularity soars, and we find ourselves fighting against it.
How do alcoholics trying to maintain sobriety handle it when they see these news stories about how they might live longer with one drink a day?
Topics currently available in this online library explore issues such as prescription drug abuse, recovery oriented systems of care, alcoholism, trauma, women, co-occurring disorders, motivat
Resources to help people in recovery stay clean and to support one another.
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