SUPPORT GROUPS

Ren in Drug Prevention
March 14, 2019

How Can We Mobilize to Reduce the Opioid Epidemic?

In light of what may be the country’s worst substance abuse epidemic, the American people look high and low for answers on how they can do their part to resolve the addiction crisis. This is especially true if they had addiction touch their own life or the life of someone they cared about.

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Ren in Drug Rehab
March 10, 2019

Learning How to Get Clean the Right Way—What Not to Do

When it comes to addiction and treatment, we see information all the time that acts as reminders of what we should do. But what about some advice on what we shouldn’t do?

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Ren in Drug Rehab
March 2, 2019

Ten Questions to Ask a Treatment Center

You are a parent, a spouse, or a son or daughter of an addict. You’re looking for help for your loved one. Or you are yourself struggling with drug addiction or alcoholism, and you need to find help. The first thing to know is that help is available. But maybe you already know that.

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Ren in Drug Rehab
March 1, 2019

Why “Online Rehabs” Are a Hoax

Any time our country is faced with a serious emergency of some kind, we all come together to do something about it. But at the same time, certain individuals will always try and find a way to profit from that fear and worry. Such characters have shown up throughout history.

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Ren in Drug Rehab
February 14, 2019

Five Things to Look for When Picking the Right Treatment Center

When I was a kid growing up on the family farm, working on cars, barns, houses, tractors, anything that moved and shouldn’t, or anything that should move and didn’t, my dad used to tell me something that stuck with me to this day.

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Sue Birkenshaw in Addiction
June 9, 2015

Support Groups Helping Parents of Drug Addicts to Shed the Shame

While few people truly understand the effects of drug use, abuse, and addiction, even fewer people consider the full extent of the damaging effects these problems can have on an addict’s family members.

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