DRUG AWARENESS

Alina Snowden in Drug Awareness
November 30, 2022

Addiction Doesn’t Discriminate

Addiction comes in all shapes, forms, and a variety of backgrounds. One of our graduates tells her story of how she never thought addiction would be something she struggled with and how it impacted her.

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Alina Snowden in Drug Awareness
November 25, 2022

Kratom and Kava—The Consequences of A Legal High

Kratom and Kava may seem like an all natural way to get high. There are many health risks that go along with the two and many don’t know them. One of our graduates tells her story of struggling with Kratom and Kava and how unhealthy she became.

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Alina Snowden in Drug Awareness
November 3, 2022

The Dangers of Festivals and Concerts

Music festivals and concerts are fun but no matter how much security, drugs still find a way to get in. Alcohol is either sold or snuck in, leading to alcohol overdone, dehydration and hospitalization.

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Alina Snowden in Drug Awareness
October 31, 2022

Look Out for Rainbow Fentanyl this Halloween!

Rainbow Fentanyl has been making headlines and causing an uproar for Halloween trick-or-treaters, but Rainbow Fentanyl is not being made to target kids. Drug dealers are now trying to get “creative” when concealing Fentanyl’s true identity.

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Alina Snowden in Drug Awareness
August 1, 2022

Delta-8 THC

Delta-8 is hitting the market as a “new, safe, fun way” to get high. However, it is a synthetic drug and there are many unknowns. This is what we know so far and how it could lead to a new synthetic marijuana epidemic.

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Alina Snowden in Drug Awareness
July 13, 2022

Alcohol Is Everywhere

Over the years, alcohol has become more prominent and is advertised everywhere. The thing is alcoholism can go unnoticed and many don’t know the side effects of it. Here you can see the signs of use, withdrawal symptoms, and long term effects of alcohol abuse.

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Alina Snowden in Drug Awareness
April 11, 2022

The Evolving Epidemic

The opioid epidemic has been an ongoing issue since the 1990s. From 1999 to 2019, nearly 500,000 people died from an opioid overdose. The epidemic started with prescription opioids, then moved to heroin, and is now fueled by fentanyl.

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Alina Snowden in Drug Awareness
December 23, 2021

The Alcoholidays

Holidays can be a particularly rough time for those who struggle with alcohol or are recently sober. It is important to recognize this and be mindful of assisting friends and family to navigate through this Holiday Season while maintaining their sobriety.

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Aaron in Drug Awareness
December 13, 2021

Some Things Have Not Changed

Covid-19 restrictions across the country have more or less ben lifted or reduced. Despite this good news, the issues many face have not changed and continue to cause heartbreak across the country.

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Aaron in Drug Awareness
August 10, 2021

What Is Isotonitazene?

A new drug in the headlines is sixty time more potent then morphine. This drug has already been schedule 1 for years so why is it ending up back in the news now?

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