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Recovery From Heroin Abuse

We are not authors but merely editors in the thick book we choose to call life. As it opens up and unravels it’s series of uncertainty, so much positive and negative experience envelops chapter after chapter. Attempting to guide our souls through the articulation of experiences depends highly on our interaction with the external forces …

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Keeping Your Job: Medical Leave for Treatment

Gazing into your crystal ball of the future, none of us will ever be able to truly foresee 100% accurately. Life just kind of happens like “that” sometimes. What we predict to be up will end up being down. Left is right and right is wrong. We’ll create these hopes, dreams, ambitions, intentions, determinations and …

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Multiple States Suing Over Opioid Epidemic

Fentanyl, a.ka. the dream deceiver, a.ka. the narcotic of nightmares, a.k.a the opioid opposition, is the kingpin drug that’s running the streets. It is in most every batch of heroin that touches U.S soil and is mostly responsible for the alarming amount of deaths building up over the past few years. If Fentanyl were a …

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President Trump and His Opioid Epidemic

“Together we are going to end the scourge of drug addiction in American,” Trump declared as he sat down to sign a new piece of legislation this previous Wednesday. ‘The Support for Patients and Community Act’ as it was written, is the newest master plan against the infamous opioid pandemic festering in the wounds of …

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Drug Lobbyists Fund America’s Addiction

America, land of the free and home of the brave. A country founded on July 4th, 1776. The United States is a remarkable nation built on patriotism, freedom, and dreams. However, somewhere along the course we lost touch with what is believed to be adequate healthcare. A land with so much promise, but struggling to …

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Health Partners: Making Reputable Rehab Affordable

Health Partners – If you think that quality substance abuse treatment is out of your price range, think again! With the passing of the Affordable Care Act in 2010 (aka, “Obamacare”), even the most minimal insurance policies are required to cover part or all addiction treatment. Health Partners can help with the costs of Professional Rehab Money should …

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Gift Of Life Scholarships!

November, December and January Only! We will be offering 20 scholarships total. Deadlines for applications are as follows: November admission deadline is November 1, 2018 December admission deadline is December 1, 2018 January admission deadline is January 1, 2019   The Gift of Life program offers scholarships to those seeking treatment for addiction to drugs …

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Will My Health Insurance Cover My South Florida Rehab?

Will My Health Insurance Cover My Addiction Rehab? Living to party in life is like attending a carnival. Its an unpredictable roller coaster ride that loves to toss the individual around from side to side of the cart. It spins, makes a few loops, and changes speed when you least expect it. You have to …

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Alcohol Rehab: A Simple Guide To Finding The Proper Facility

Inpatient and Outpatient Treatment Centers for Alcohol and Drug Addiction If you are one of the many people addicted to either drugs or alcohol, chances are you are scared. You may feel like your life is falling to pieces around you and be afraid there is no hope for recovery. It is important to realize …

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If I Go To A 30-Day Rehab, Will My Family Know?

Making that extremely important decision to check into rehab to begin recovery from addiction is major and requires great inner strength. It requires a certain level of consciousness and a deep desire for positive change. It means you have accepted addiction is a problem and you no longer wish to justify the use of addictive …

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