College Students & Addiction
College substance use is a complex issue that cannot be understated or ignored. Here's how to help college students overcome drug and alcohol abuse.
Can a DNA test predict addiction?
If someone in your family struggles with addiction, your risk of developing an addiction is higher. Is it worth taking a genetic test if you aren’t sure if addiction runs in your biological family and you have concerns?
Overcoming an alcohol addiction is difficult, but it is possible. Find out if inpatient rehab is right for you.
Personal Finance for People in Recovery From Addiction
Addiction affects people of all backgrounds. It can strain your health and wellness, including your physical, mental, emotional, spiritual and financial health. While addiction may have disrupted your efforts toward financial wellbeing, you can be successful at building and strengthening your finances.
Addiction Treatment Resources
Although some people are at a higher risk than others, addiction does not discriminate. There are certain factors, though, that can increase your chances of developing an addiction disorder. Read about the top 5 factors that influence addiction.
To help those who suffer from drug and alcohol addiction learn a new way of life, develop meaningful relationships and goals, and maintain the daily process of recovery into the future.