According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the number of drug overdose deaths over a five-year span involving methamphetamine more than tripled, from 1,887 deaths in 2011 to 6,762 deaths in 2016.
Having a drink, or a few to unwind or socialize is legal and completely acceptable in today’s world. But when does social drinking or drinking in general become a problem? Many people don’t recognize that their drinking might be a medically diagnosed disorder according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Disorders (DSM).
One of the most important things someone who has a family member struggling with addiction can remember is that no one wants to be addicted. No one had a goal to become addicted. But when addiction happens, the battle for sobriety can be a tough journey.
Do you need help with substance abuse addiction, or do you know someone who does? Trying to navigate through and understand all the terminology surrounding addiction treatment can be confusing. It helps to understand some basics.
The beauty of our IOP is you can experience our life-changing program and still live your life. It’s offered to the people who live in the area, or within driving distance from our Gulf Breeze, Florida location.
Executive Chef Zulmarie “Z” Medina understands the process and results of our program, and like all our staff, shows up every day as an example of what being in our natural-health and wellness is all about.
This will allow people that live in the area who attend our residential program to step down from residential to the intensive outpatient or outpatient program. We can also provide options for more local people to participate in our non-12 step program.
“The Intensive outpatient program and outpatient care settings allow people access to our program who wouldn’t have access if it were only offered in a residential setting,” said Gilmer “It’s insurance-friendly, affordable, and less intrusive on a person’s time. With these programs, people can still live their life while changing their life.”
To begin to calculate the value of treatment for substance abuse, it is helpful to first understand the costs related to substance abuse. Substance abuse impact is expensive, not just to the person using the substance, but to their family, workplace and society.
Despite all the hype new substances of abuse get by the media, opioids are still around and still taking a deadly toll on people who abuse them. But what are the facts about opioids?