Finding a Sober Companion

Our Sober Companions work with Interventionists, Admission Specialists, Physicians, Attorneys, Families, Agents, and anyone else concerned with getting a client to and from treatment; we go the distance to help high risk addicts and alcoholics who are struggling with relapse transition into sober living environments.

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New App Helps Catch Suicide Risk

Nearly half of people who die from suicide have seen a health professional of some sort in the month before their deaths and there are ways to find out who might be at risk and help them, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) says.

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Men's Eating Disorder Often Overlooked

Anorexia and bulimia are the two most widely known eating disorders, and despite their association with women, 10 percent to 15 percent of sufferers are men, according to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders. 

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Addicted to Meth

Methamphetamine is a powerful drug.  Also known as speed, meth, glass, crank, crystal, pow wow, just to name a few.  

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Being In A Codependent Relationship with an Alcoholic or Addict.

Codependency may seem like a form of "relationship," but it is not. Codependency is the inability to relate to another human being. Indeed, both codependents and addicts are often described as “intimacy cripples.”

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Opiate Rehab

Opiate addiction is serious, volatile, and should be addressed immediately.

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Legal Drugs

Once it was cocaine, speed or heroin, but now the fashion is for legal pills. News of overdose of prescription tablets shed light on a startling new trend - misuse of over the counter pills now kills more people around the world (starting with America) than illegal drugs.

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