Drug-Free for Good Award Recipient and Narconon Suncoast Graduate Celebrates 1 year of a Drug-Free Life!
Our Drug-Free for Good Award Recipient shares her amazing story, from getting hooked on narcotics due to medical reasons, to her amazing journey to a drug-free life that has culminated in beautiful and healed relationships with her sons and family.
With more relief packages apparently on the table, I take a look at why treatment reform should be at the top of the priority list.
The early numbers from overdoses during the pandemic paint a very bleak picture for the numbers still to come. Now, more than ever, people need our help and we as a country need to examine what we are doing to help those in need.
Oregon Votes to Decriminalize Drugs Such as Heroin, Cocaine, and Meth With Addiction Treatment Initiative-Right Move?
Oregon became the first state to decriminalize illegal street drugs such as heroin, methamphetamine, and cocaine when they voted in favor of Measure 110 by a 55.8% majority.
Recent headlines of massive border seizures regarding methamphetamine have been making the rounds lately, showing just how large of a demand there is for the drug in the United States and how the problem continues to annually escalate.
came across quite the interesting headline while browsing the internet, as police in Loretto, Tennessee issued a warning in a Facebook post that the dangers of flushing drugs such as Methamphetamine could potentially result in meth-raged gators lurking about (NBCNews.com).
Juicy J Makes Headlines Apologizing for Promoting Drug Use Hopefully This is a New Trend for Entertainers
Juicy J recently made headlines with a short and simple tweet and to the point; “I apologize if I inspired anybody to do drugs.” That may not seem like the biggest of deals, perhaps just a reflection as the new year approached…
Amidst the opiate crisis, there are some good news and good decisions that come down the line every so often. Lately, it’s been an uphill battle in regards to fighting the drug problem in this country.