Cocaine Cocaine is one of the most powerfully addictive drugs and has very dangerous side effects even if only used once. The risks young adults take when snorting cocaine can be life threatening. This infographic will highlight the dangers associated with cocaine use such as: heart attack, stroke, seizures and even sudden death.
Alcohol Alcohol abuse has always been a gateway substance for young adults. The consumption of Alcohol by people underage often leads to a very real and dangerous outcome. This infographic highlights the risks associated with alcohol abuse such as: impaired reasoning, cloudy judgment, alcoholism and in the worst cases liver and heart disease.
Prescription Drugs The prescription drug epidemic in America is not a new story. It has unfortunately become more prevalent among teens and young adults. It is a widely believed myth that because the drugs come from a doctor that they are safe. This infographic will help inform you on the risk factors associated with prescription drug abuse such as: what they look like, how they are taken, signs of abuse, the possibility of overdose and statistics on the dangers that occur when they are abused.
Methamphetamine Meth has a very high potential for abuse and addiction. The result of this addiction is often crime and environmental harm. This infographic will detail the signs of abuse as well as the risk factors associated with methamphetamine use such as: psychotic behavior, paranoia, delusions, violent behavior and stroke.
Heroin The rate of heroin use has doubled in the last 5 years, highlighting a need to bring awareness to the life-threatening dangers that are associated with heroin use. This infographic will help to inform you about the risk factors associated with heroin, what the drug looks like, how it is taken, and the common street names associated with it.
Ecstasy Ecstasy has become an increasingly popular drug among teens and young adults. Here is an infographic that can help parents recognize the signs of abuse and be informed about the risks. This infographic details how the drug is taken, signs of abuse, possibility of overdose, the common street names, as well as an in-depth look at what the drug looks like in its many forms.
Drug rehab for women is a preferred option for female clients in drug treatment over mixed-gender programs for a number of reasons. Drug rehab for women is tailored to the specific social, biological, psychological and societal needs of women, along with their individual concerns and relationships with addiction. Paying special attention to these key differences gives female clients more accurate and effective assistance in overcoming their addictions to substances. How Drug Rehab for Women Works Differently Drug rehab for women works like traditional drug rehabilitation centers in many ways. Both types of programs include detoxification, psychotherapy treatment, lifestyle counseling, support…