addiction recovery

How Much Does Crystal Meth Cost in Texas?

2019-08-14T20:11:10+00:00

  When looking at the average price of crystal meth, the street value can vary from city to city, state to state, region to region. Due to our close proximity to the source of 90 percent of the meth available in the United States, the price of meth is typically lower in Texas, than in [...]

How Much Does Crystal Meth Cost in Texas? 2019-08-14T20:11:10+00:00

Crystal Meth is Making a Worrisome Comeback in Texas

2019-08-08T01:58:58+00:00

  https://youtu.be/lpjHhv7_4QA   While the news headlines are dominated by the opioid epidemic ravaging the United States, crystal meth is making a relatively silent, but deadly return. According to the Centers for Disease Control, the rate of overdose deaths for methamphetamine more than tripled from 2011 to 2016 and that number keeps growing to this [...]

Crystal Meth is Making a Worrisome Comeback in Texas 2019-08-08T01:58:58+00:00

Why is Meth so Hard to Quit?

2019-07-17T00:14:28+00:00

Methamphetamine, speed, ice, or crystal meth is hard to quit simply because it is one of the most addictive drugs known to exist. In the 1990’s and early 2000’s methamphetamine was a major problem in Texas and across the whole nation because the ingredients were relatively easy to obtain at your local, street corner drug [...]

Why is Meth so Hard to Quit? 2019-07-17T00:14:28+00:00

Athletes and Drug Abuse: A Disturbing Trend in Modern Sports

2019-06-15T02:04:50+00:00

Drug abuse is a common occurrence across all types of sports, at all competitive levels. Besides just performance-enhancing drugs such as steroids and stimulants, many athletes feel compelled to abuse drugs and alcohol for a variety of other reasons. The intense pressure to perform, coupled with a possible underlying mental health disorder can all contribute [...]

Athletes and Drug Abuse: A Disturbing Trend in Modern Sports 2019-06-15T02:04:50+00:00

Relapse Prevention: The Basics Everyone in Recovery Should Know

2019-05-17T20:27:24+00:00

The easiest way to stop a potential relapse is to simply avoid relapse triggers. These are situations, experiences, places, even people who bring out your inner urges to use drugs or alcohol. Sometimes it’s a holiday or special day when maybe you lost someone close to you. Or it could be a club or place you used to hang out when you were using that makes you romanticize your past substance abuse. It could even be a family member or friend who you previously used with that makes you want to do it again.

Relapse Prevention: The Basics Everyone in Recovery Should Know 2019-05-17T20:27:24+00:00