The Opioid Epidemic – It’s Not Just for the Homeless

Gone are the days were addicts were primarily homeless in cities, dirty and shooting up in alleys.  Now they are young and old people in very nice neighborhoods, highly educated and affluent white collar executives, middle-class working people and even doctors and nurses. We have become a country of pill poppers and it’s showing in…

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Drug Addiction is not Discriminatory

Drug addicts are sometimes stereotyped as poor, homeless or only teens. While morals may be an issue in that addicts make decisions that are questionable as regards morals, it doesn’t matter what someone’s income level is, their education level, their intelligence or their religion – they can become addicted to drugs. There is no class,…

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Saying No to Drugs – Are you Educating your Kids?

If there’s one conversion you have to have with your children it is about drugs.  It is about the prevalence of drugs in our society and that it’s not enough to avoid the man on the street corner selling cocaine and heroin.  You have to NOT take the highly addictive pain killers and anti-depressants and…

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