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How to Legally Remove a Drug Addict from Your Home

Guide to Legally Removing a Drug Addict From Your Residence Living under the same roof as a person who is abusing alcohol, drugs, or both, can be financially, mentally, and physically challenging. It presents a burden and a risk for family members, property owners, neighbors, and the community. While families do provide the basic sense […]

Identifying Signs of Suicide in Veterans & How to Help

Veteran Suicide: Risk, Warning Signs & Prevention Military veterans are among the most sensitive groups of people in the US regarding substance abuse disorders. They are particularly vulnerable once they leave active service and have to get on with their lives in a non-military environment. This is a particularly delicate period during which they try […]

Alcohol and Drug Use Disorders Among Homeless Veterans

Homeless Veterans and Substance Abuse Programs The United States is experiencing increasing levels of homelessness. Between 2019 and 2020, the levels have increased by an alarming 2.2%. Homelessness can happen to anybody, and veterans especially may find themselves in difficult circumstances that often lead to homelessness. Among the more vulnerable people who often become homeless […]

Drug and Alcohol Rehab for Pregnant Women and Mothers Near Me

Rehab for Pregnant Mothers & Women Near Me Substance use disorder (SUD) rates in pregnant women quadruplet from 1999 to 2014. On average, the number of pregnant women with SUD increased from 1.5 per 1000 hospital deliveries in 1999 to 6.5 in 2014.1 However, estimates suggest this number could be as high as 5% of […]