Whether we like it or not, alcohol and drugs are a realistic part of our American culture. Teenage culture is no exception. Knowing how to see the signs of drug and alcohol use, abuse and addiction is important for every parent and caregiver to know.
Research indicates that gender affects a person's response to drugs and their likelihood of falling into addiction and requiring treatment.
You can live a drug free life. The first-step is up to you. Many struggling with drug addiction want to break free are often afraid that they will fail.
Opioid Treatment and How It Is Becoming More Available Since a New Bill Passed Congress
There are an estimated over 24 million Americans who struggle with addiction to drugs and alcohol.
If you've ever had alcohol to drink, you've definitely noticed some of the affects that it has on you, even after only one or two drinks.
by: Layne Cook Roland, LMSW
by: Jay A. Weiss, M.D. ASAM, ABAM
by: Jeff Noles, MA, RAC
We are pleased to Welcome all alumni and friends of Palmetto back to Rayville for an exciting weekend of fun, fellowship, and FOOD!
New Year's Eve is one of the many holidays during the year when alcoholic indulgences are not only expected but encouraged.
Staying sober during Halloween while still enjoying the holiday can be just as difficult if not more than the coming holidays - Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Parenting can put a strain on any aspect of life. Many times, new parents have to learn to adjust to their new responsibilities.
Do you or a close friend or family member know someone who is Anorexic? Odds are that you do and you might not even know it.
A women's group that focuses on body image and eating disorder issues has recently been added to Palmetto's program!
While the holidays are meant to be the happiest time of the year for most people, they can often be the most difficult for those recovering from addiction.
First and Only FDA-Approved (Buccal Formulation) of Buprenorphine and Naloxone to compete in the $1.7 Billion and Growing U.S. Opioid Dependence Market.
Coming forward and speaking about recovery is vital to the success of recovering alcoholics and addicts.
"Right now we have more people that are dying from prescription opioids than cocaine and heroin combined," said Robert Hill, a DEA special agent with years of experience on the front lines of the war.
It's a dangerous trend that's not going anywhere fast.