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Cocaine Addiction Treatment

Cocaine Abuse Treatment & Recovery Process Cocaine is a common illicit stimulant that is abused to obtain a euphoric high. Also known as coke, C, blow, powder, snow, flake, and many other street names, cocaine comes in a powder that can be snorted or injected and in a solid form that can be smoked. Cocaine

Breaking the Stigma of Addiction Treatment

“It is not our differences that divide us. It is our inability to recognize, accept, and celebrate those differences”.  Stigma is defined as the shame and negative perceptions that an individual or society holds against a particular circumstance, quality, or person. Individuals diagnosed with a substance abuse disorder, who have a criminal record or who

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6 Reasons People Continue to Use Drugs, Regardless of the Consequences

Society harshly judges those who are addicted to drugs, especially those who “had a bright future ahead” or “lived a successful life.” Addiction does not discriminate and can affect individuals of all ages, ethnicities, and social classes. Unfortunately, many people do not understand the power of addiction and how it can ruin marriages, cause financial

Substance Abuse in the Workplace

Substance abuse in the workplace affects both employers and employees with drastic risks to safety, productivity, and reputations. The National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug Information (NCADI) estimates companies lose $100 billion a year due to alcohol and drug-related incidents. Take a closer look 8% of the American adult and adolescent population is affected by

Family Support During Teen’s Substance Abuse

Family Support During Teen's Substance Abuse

The Importance of Family Support During Your Teenager’s Substance Abuse Recovery Cocaine, alcohol, marijuana, opioids, inhalants, and hallucinogens all have one thing in common; they have an addictive potential in teenagers and adolescents. Research has shown that the frontal lobe in the brain, which is primarily responsible for impulse control, problem-solving, memory, and language, does

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SAMSHA National Prevention Week: Substance Abuse and Mental Health Disorders Among Different Populations

National Prevention Week is an annual national awareness week that takes place during the third week in May (May12th-19th this year) in order to improve community involvement, enhance mental health partner engagement and increase mental health resource sharing within a community, state, and national level. Substance abuse and mental health disorders affect millions of individuals

Does My Teenager Have a Substance Abuse Disorder

Does My Teenager Have a Substance Abuse Disorder?

Teenagers can be demanding and challenging for many parents. This age group is often struggling to discover their true identity while juggling how to fit in with their peer group and gaining independence from their parents. Raging hormones, impulsive behaviors, and challenging authority are all pretty normal in the teenager phase however it is important

Overdose Deaths Outrank Car Crash Fatalities

Overdose Deaths Outrank Car Crash Fatalities

Overdose Deaths Outrank Car Crash Fatalities. The opioid epidemic shows no sign of slowing down in the United States as reported deaths from opioid overdoses now outrank car accident fatalities, according to a National Safety Council (NSC) study. The report, ‘Injury facts’ is based on the National Center for Health Statistics’ (NCHS) 2017 data, and

5 ways to help your loved one with drug problem

5 ways to help your loved one with drug problem

5 ways to help your loved one with drug problem. Drug addiction is scary, and if it is your loved one who is affected, then it becomes even scarier. Drug addiction has become an epidemic in the US and affected 23 million people directly, and the indirect impact raises the number to a whopping 60

I Think I Need to Stop Drinking

I Think I Need to Stop Drinking

I think I need to stop drinking. Has this thought ever crossed your mind? Many people reach a point where they begin questioning their drinking habits and wonder if they might be an alcoholic. Maybe you are a functioning alcoholic? Most people do not decide to quit drinking completely without a catalyst like the loss

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If you or a loved one is struggling with a depressive disorder or substance abuse & addiction disorder, AKUA Mind & Body can help. Our helpline is available 24/7 and our Admissions Counselors will help determine which program is right for you.

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AKUA Mind and Body is a full-service treatment program that offers a wide range of “east meets west” treatment modalities for many different populations struggling with codependence disorder and other mental health and substance use disorders. AKUA Mind & Body treats co-occurring disorders and works diligently with each client and their family to ensure that treatment is specifically tailored to their needs, and not just their disorder. 

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