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Isotonitazene
21
Jan

Isotonitazene Found in Growing Ohio Overdose Deaths

News reports show that the Ohio opioid epidemic continues to spread throughout the state—and it is only becoming deadlier. Recently, the synthetic opioid called isotonitazene has been linked to overdose deaths in Illinois and Indiana, and now it has officially reached Ohio.  If you or a loved one struggles with drug addiction, you could be...
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Ohio heroin addiction
07
Jan

The Ohio Drug Problem: New Findings on the Opioid Epidemic

In the past year, the Ohio opioid epidemic has, unfortunately, been on the rise. This Ohio drug problem has left countless people struggling with their mental health and even with their lives as the number of deaths related to opioid overdose continues to increase. In this article, you will learn everything you need to know...
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stress drinking
31
Dec

Stress Drinking: Can It Cause Alcoholism?

For many people who have a stressful day, drinking alcohol to unwind becomes a habit. But turning to that glass of wine or your go-to cocktail in stressful situations can actually cause a lot more harm than you realize. This brings up an important question: What is the connection between stress drinking and alcohol abuse?...
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quit drinking
17
Dec

How to Recognize if You’re a Gray Area Drinker

Excessive drinking as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is binge drinking (four or more drinks in one occasion for women, or five or more for men), chronic drinking (eight or more drinks per week for women, 15 or more drinks per week for men) or heavy drinking (binge drinking five or...
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drug and alcohol rehab
03
Dec

6 Reasons to Get Drug and Alcohol Treatment Before 2021

As we quickly approach the end of 2020, many people are starting to think about resolutions for the new year. For people with substance abuse issues, these resolutions often include entering drug and alcohol treatment programs. But if you are or know somebody who needs mental health, drug, or alcohol treatment, why wait until next...
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suicide prevention
26
Nov

Suicide Survivors: Preventing Suicide in Ohio

Since the start of 2020, there has been a four percent increase in suicides in Franklin County, Ohio. As you might imagine, there are many reasons behind this problem. In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has taken a tremendous toll on suicide survivors, people who have lost a loved one to suicide, and those who struggle...
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COVID addiction treatment
12
Nov

Finding Safe Addiction Treatment During COVID-19

The novel coronavirus, also known as COVID-19, is still a danger in the United States. In fact, in the state of Ohio, the number of confirmed positive cases is rising to record highs. This leaves people with addiction struggling with a lot of urgent questions: Are rehab centers still accepting patients? And is it safe...
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am I an alcoholic
14
Jul

Am I an Alcoholic—How to Know and What to Do About It

Enjoying alcohol is a popular activity among adults, which can make answering the question, “Am I an alcoholic?” difficult. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 86.3 percent of people ages 18 or older reported that they drank alcohol at some point in their lifetime. Over half of people reported that they...
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Ohio addiction treatment
02
Jul

Benefits of Getting Help at an Addiction Recovery Center

If you’ve recently decided to quit using drugs or alcohol, congratulations! This step marks the beginning of your path toward long-term recovery. While you may feel tempted to simply stop using and go cold turkey at home, but first you should consider the benefits of getting help at a drug and alcohol recovery center. Wanting...
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sober drinks
17
Jun

The Best Non-Alcoholic Drinks for the 4th of July

If you’ve already put some time into your recovery, non-alcoholic drinks could be a fun way for you to join in on the 4th of July celebrations. By bringing your own drinks with you to a party or barbecue, you can avoid awkward conversations about why you’re not drinking. Keep in mind that even alcohol-free...
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