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.
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