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Putting Recovery On The Map

09-06-19 | By

The Devastating Effects of Underage Drinking

The overall rates of underage drinking have declined over the past twenty years, but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a large number of teenagers still illegally consuming alcohol. There are currently millions of underage drinkers throughout the United States. Some of these teens will only drink a small quantity of alcohol every month or … Continued

08-20-19 | By

Is Gambling As Addictive As Drugs and Alcohol?

Gambling is a widely popular hobby for numerous people across the world. Luxury halls in Vegas, Macau, and Monte Carlo attract millions of visitors and billions of dollars yearly. Gamblers enjoy shiny slots, green-cloth poker tables, and intriguing sports betting offers. By the majority of players, gambling activities are taken as recreational and entertaining but … Continued

08-08-19 | By

The Connection Between Domestic Violence and Addiction

Domestic violence affects millions each year. It’s defined as a pattern of behavior in a relationship that’s used by a partner or a spouse to maintain power over their partner, causing physical, sexual, and psychological harm. Though, it can also be associated with stalking, homicide, mental illness and suicide. Regardless of race, gender, sexuality, and … Continued