America's biggest drug problem isn't on the streets... It's in our medicine cabinets.

Opiate Addiction Treatment

  1. Address Issues
    Address Issues
    The first step to recovery is identifying the opiate addiction problem and accepting this fact, and in turn lighting up the next steps to take on the road to treatment and cleaning up.
  2. Identify Driving Forces
    The next step is identifying how stress and pressure compound with influences from family and peers- finding out "why" will give you the reasons to quit.
  3. Set Goals
    Once you know why and how these issues keep occurring, we'll be working through the steps and medications to take so that you'll get yourself back.
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Approximately 70% of those who abuse prescription medications get them from family or friends.

Every 15 minutes, one American dies from an unintentional drug overdose, most due to prescription drugs. Unintentional drug overdoses are now the leading cause of accidental death in the U.S.

In total, more Americans die from prescription drug abuse than cocaine, hallucinogens, inhalants and heroin combined.
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There are an estimated 40 million people who abuse opioids worldwide. In the United States alone, it is estimated that there are more than 2 million people who suffer from substance use disorders which are related to prescription opiate pain relievers. People start using opiates as a means to deal with physical pain, stress, and other factors. With the alarming number of people who abuse prescription pain relievers, opiate addiction has become a serious problem in our country and in other countries around the globe, affecting the social, economic, and health welfare of societies the world over. And while we can clearly see the effects opiate addiction has on society, it is more important to see and address its effects on the individuals themselves who are suffering from opioid abuse as well as the people around them - their families, friends, and coworkers.​​​
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