100,000 Opioid Deaths May Breed Wrong Solutions
Find out more about the 100,000 deaths related to opioid abuse this past year and what we can do about achieving this grim milestone
Counterfeit Pills Projected to Kill Over 100,000
Find out more about the increasing problem of fake pharmaceuticals in Northern Colorado
Are You Enabling an Addict?
Enabling a loved one’s addiction is one of the most dangerous things a family can do. Although it can feel like helping, enabling allows a person struggling with substance use to continue their behavior without consequence.
I Finally Know that I’ll Be Okay
I realized the only way I dealt with my issues was to use drugs and alcohol. At the end of the program, I made a plan to give myself the best chance to continue my sobriety and stay happy.
Is the Fentanyl Vaccine Just MAT in a Prettier Package?
Currently, a new vaccine is being researched to help opioid users build immunity to fentanyl. While being considered a vaccine, it appears that this is merely a new type of MAT treatment, not a new, novel approach to addiction treatment. And it’s smoke and mirrors packaging may prevent users from seeking help from treatment centers.
This Is the Happiest I’ve Ever Been
Three and half years sober, Narconon Colorado graduate Jessica details her success in getting sober from a lifestyle of drug and alcohol abuse.