When one calculates the costs of crime, unattained work productivity and healthcare in correlation to illicit drugs and alcohol related issues in the United States, that result exceeds north of $600 billion annually1. With that type of money involved in an issue at hand, there is no doubt going to be a reciprocal amount of debate, research and expert opinions on the subject. It can be a rather daunting challenge to sort through all the published information that’s out there, so for your benefit, we are actively scouring current studies, statistics and other applicable data on the subjects of drugs, alcohol, addiction and treatment and helping make sense of it all. Taking it further, we are seeking out experts in the addiction field to interview and find additional insight on the current landscape of the treatment industry.

Please read, cite, or share our collection of original research papers and our assortment of expert interviews.

When one calculates the costs of crime, unattained work productivity and healthcare in correlation to illicit drugs and alcohol related issues in the United States, that result exceeds north of $600 billion annually1. With that type of money involved in an issue at hand, there is no doubt going to be a reciprocal amount of debate, research and expert opinions on the subject. It can be a rather daunting challenge to sort through all the published information that’s out there, so for your benefit, we are actively scouring current studies, statistics and other applicable data on the subjects of drugs, alcohol, addiction and treatment and helping make sense of it all. Taking it further, we are seeking out experts in the addiction field to interview and find additional insight on the current landscape of the treatment industry.

Please read, cite, or share our collection of original research papers and our assortment of expert interviews.

Research

Backed By Facts & Statistics

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The Difference Between Helping and Enabling

An Educational Resource for Families

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Mortality Rates for Addiction Relapse

Trends, Causes and Prevention

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The Role of Exercise in Recovery

The Health Benefits It Provides

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Drug Consumption

American Gluttony

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Poly Drug Use

The Effects of Drug Cocktails

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Substance Abuse in Film

Fact Versus Fiction

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LGBTQ Community

Drug Addiction Issues

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Marijuana Abuse

The Definitive Treatment Guide

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The Internet & Social Media

Find Rehab Resources and Avoid Relapse

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Sports and Addiction

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Immigrants and Addiction

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The Politics of Addiction

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The Rise of Sober Events

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Coast Guard Drug Interdiction

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How Major Religions Understand and Deal With Addiction

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Famous Cases of Addiction and Alcohol in Literary and Art History

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Drug Use and Abuse in American Schools

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How Rising Addiction Rates Affect the US Economy

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Societal Causes of Addiction

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History and Impact of Prohibition on America

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Guide to Addiction Among the Elderly

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Anti-Drug Campaign Research

Citations
1: http://www.drugabuse.gov/related-topics/trends-statistics

Interviews

Talking With The Experts

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What It’s Like to Attend Your First Meeting

With Alumni Coordinator Ryan Miller, NCRC II

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What It Means to Be a Sponsor

With Alumni Coordinator Ryan Miller, NCRC II

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Q&A with the Clinical Director of Futures

With Clinical Director John Maguire

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Benefits of Sober Living

With Recovery Advocate Ryan Deasy

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Sober Living Laws

With John Lehman FARR President

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Dating & Relationships in Sobriety

With Alumni Coordinator Ryan Miller, NCRC II

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Benefits of Exercise Physiology

With Brian Corbitt PTA & Lauren Stobbie CSCS

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Exercise and Recovery

With Alumni Coordinator Ryan Miller, NCRC II

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The Role of a Recovery Coach

With Alumni Coordinator Ryan Miller, NCRC II

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Yoga in Addiction Treatment and Recovery

With Moira Howard

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The Positive Impact of the Social Worker on Addiction Treatment: An Interview

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“Coining In”: A New Direction in Alumni Services

With Alumni Coordinator Ryan Miller, NCRC I

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Changing the Paradigm of Aftercare

With Alumni Coordinator Ryan Miller, NCRC II

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Sober Living Residences

With Alumni Coordinator Ryan Miller, NCRC II

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