An Ohio group has launched a new program to help prevent alcohol and drug abuse among teens in the state. The Universal Health Care Action Network Ohio is taking part in the program which is led by Community Catalyst, a nonprofit consumer-advocacy organization.
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A British university is working to support recovering addicts in the world of art by offering them art lessons and a chance to show their work in a gallery among many great painters. The Barber Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Birmingham in England has works by Rembrandt, Renoir, Rousseau, Monet Picasso and countless other famous artists.
Before you enter a recovery program, you should ask yourself these ten questions to help you find the right treatment program for your unique situation. This will facilitate your research into addiction treatment facilities for a better recovery and reduce your risk relapse.
William O'Brien, who helped to create one of the first and most successful residential drug and alcohol treatment centers in the U.S., passed away on October 18th in Scarsdale N.Y. at the age of 90. The loss of O'Brien was announced by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York because of his work as a Catholic priest and Monsignor as well as his innovation and passionate contributions to those in need.
Growing up with an alcoholic parent can be an extremely difficult process. A parent under the influence of alcohol may seem out of control, unable to be a provider, teacher, role model, or friend to a child, who is forced to grow up too fast.