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Where Did Meth Come From? A History of Methamphetamine

2020-12-16T21:23:31+00:00

Today, there are more than 1.6 million Americans who report having abused crystal meth sometime within the past year. Out of that number, roughly one million of them will also state that they suffered from a methamphetamine use disorder within that same year. A substance use disorder, also known as an addiction, is when someone […]

Where Did Meth Come From? A History of Methamphetamine2020-12-16T21:23:31+00:00

Do Drug Implants Like Naltrexone Really Work?

2020-12-01T00:10:03+00:00

Drug and alcohol addiction has been around for centuries and it has increasingly become a major issue in the United States. At first, people who suffered from substance abuse problems were considered degenerates and were often blamed for not having enough self-control to get sober and stop abusing drugs or alcohol. Today, thanks to […]

Do Drug Implants Like Naltrexone Really Work?2020-12-01T00:10:03+00:00

What is the Difference Between Norco, Heroin, and Fentanyl?

2020-12-14T17:09:38+00:00

Opioids are a class of drugs that are naturally found in the opium poppy plant and target the opioid receptors in the brain to produce effects very similar to morphine. Manu opioid medications work by blocking pain signals to the brain. Even though there are many different opioids, Norcos, heroin, and fentanyl are some of the most popular substances that are commonly abused by people who suffer from an addiction or substance abuse problem. With so many different opioid drugs on the market, it is easy to be confused about the differences between them, so here is a brief explanation of Norcos, heroin, and fentanyl.

What is the Difference Between Norco, Heroin, and Fentanyl?2020-12-14T17:09:38+00:00

Common Ways Addicts Store or Hide Their Drugs

2021-01-15T00:50:41+00:00

Anyone who has ever known or loved an addict knows just how far they would go to continue getting high and they would also never question their ingenuity when it comes to trying to conceal or hide their drugs from others. If there is one thing in common between all people who suffer from the […]

Common Ways Addicts Store or Hide Their Drugs2021-01-15T00:50:41+00:00

How Can Drug Court Help Addicts Recover & Avoid Jail?

2020-11-30T18:26:28+00:00

 

Recovery from a drug or alcohol addiction is never easy, but for some it can require more intervention. The level of care necessary really depends on the individual and is affected by things like how long the person has been abusing alcohol or drugs, how heavily they have been using these substances, and whether or […]

How Can Drug Court Help Addicts Recover & Avoid Jail?2020-11-30T18:26:28+00:00

PTSD & Drug Use: Military, Police, Fire, & Healthcare Workers

2020-12-21T20:51:50+00:00

 

Many have heard the term post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) but what does that really mean? Post-traumatic stress disorder is a psychiatric condition in which the person suffering has either experienced or witnessed a terrifying or traumatic event such as a natural disaster, a serious accident such as a car crash, combat in war, rape, […]

PTSD & Drug Use: Military, Police, Fire, & Healthcare Workers2020-12-21T20:51:50+00:00

The Military and Drug Use

2020-09-03T19:31:15+00:00

Besides alcohol, substances like marijuana and cocaine are also common among active duty service members currently in the military, however, due to the fact that testing positive to a random drug test could lead to a dishonorable discharge, many military members develop problems associated with alcohol or prescription painkillers, commonly prescribed due to injuries from combat or carrying and operating heavy equipment. For instance, during the years of 2001 to 2009, the number of painkillers prescribed to the military more than quadrupled, causing a subsequent rise in opioid use disorders as well. In 2017, one in four active-duty members of the United States military received a prescription for opioids.

The Military and Drug Use2020-09-03T19:31:15+00:00

Why Being In-Network for Blue Cross Blue Shield Is Better For Drug and Alcohol Treatment

2020-07-30T02:01:57+00:00

Here at More Than Rehab, we accept Blue Cross Blue Shield insurance and only provide the highest quality of care. If you are looking for an excellent facility who accepts Blue Cross Blue Shield, then we are here to help! It is our passion and desire to help restore an addicted person's way of life to a place where they no longer need to rely on drugs or alcohol in order to feel normal. We treat the underlying issues that led to the addiction to begin with. We understand that addiction is a complicated disease and we offer any level of care that is necessary. We know how hard of a struggle achieving sobriety can be. We have helped many who have walked that lonely road before and we have brought them to a place of happiness. It is never too late to ask for help, everyone deserves a second chance at life.

Why Being In-Network for Blue Cross Blue Shield Is Better For Drug and Alcohol Treatment2020-07-30T02:01:57+00:00
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