drug rehab

The ACLU called it “a concentration camp for throwaway teens.”
Some federal grants will even require rehab centers to offer it.
Online black markets like Silk Road -- which the FBI shut down in October -- bring buyers just a few clicks away from illegal
Instead of waiting for a disgraced or disabled politician to resign, a process can be in place to provide voters continued
This is the true story of a drug rehab that operated from 1976 to 1993. There are definitely legitimate treatment programs
Yes, most people know about drug and alcohol rehab. If they haven't been to one themselves, they're familiar with someone who has had to face those demons in a residential setting. But sex rehab? That's a joke, right?
For most people, relapse is not the end of recovery; it's another step on the journey. But those who accidentally overdose -- often people who are sincerely trying to get better -- make one miscalculation and suffer the only fate that means hope is lost.
Three more people checked in to "Rehab with Dr. Drew" for treatment and help, creating even more tension and drama in the
The department looks forward to working with the Legislature and other stakeholders "to continually improve California’s
When Natalie was in rehab last year, she noticed a lot of people on the phone. Passages isn't the only rehab center where
This story is not about Laurie Lieberman, or at least that's what she says. It is, according to her, about Zeus, who has just hopped onto her fingers. Zeus is her 4 ½-year-old Congo African grey parrot.
3) If finances make it difficult or you, or if you are still skeptical about how plausible sticking to this plan will be
After breakfast on our first full day, we donned our oppressive scarves and hopped onto the minibus to head for the Kabul headquarters of Women for Women International.
Untreated alcohol and drug addiction in the United States remains at pandemic levels, with little change from year to year
Minnesota Teen Challenge is a leading and respected treatment center in Minnesota, part of a large network of Teen Challenge centers across the United States.
Think about it, for each person per year that we incarcerate, we are spending almost as much to house them as it would cost per person to pay off the national debt. Does this make sense?