AMERICAN OPIOIDS EPIDEMIC
Pill mills were a big part of what created the opiate epidemic, and many of them still exist today. How does one spot these criminal organizations?
After a significant drop in use, heroin once again made a comeback in the mid-2000s in both drug use rates and in overdose deaths. What brought this about? And what will we have to do to finally make heroin addiction a thing of the past?
We are honored to announce another graduate completing the Narconon Program. We have seen the transformation right in front of our eyes and we are so excited for her to begin her journey.
The Washington Post reported that more than 115 people die every day from opioid related use. Anyone who takes opioids is at risk of developing addiction…
The entire subject of drug and alcohol addiction is a very depressing and unpleasant subject. In fact, this is probably the most unpleasant and depressing subject when it comes to the health and vitality of the American people…
Prescription drug abuse has risen rapidly through the ranks of addiction difficulties, steadily climbing to become the single most dangerous and risky substance abuse problem that our nation now faces.
Following a decades long campaign and legalization in several states, Marijuana is being “normalized” in the minds of Americans, despite the risks and damage it can cause.