For anyone that’s ever experienced life after recovering from addiction, it is almost immediately clear that support is key to long-term sobriety. Even after a person goes through treatment there are still so many stumbling blocks. Studies within the community suggest that finding a lifetime support system is crucial for long term abstinence.
Join The Haven - October 22, 2017 at Lagoon's Frightmares!
You get an all day pass discounted for just $47.00 and these passes include an “all you can eat” lunch. Lunch will be served at the pavilion between 1-2pm. There are a limited number of tickets so jump on the opportunity!
Many drug and alcohol addicts talk about hitting rock bottom before sobering up. Many times, the rock bottom experience is both incredible and horrifying at the same time. The experience serves as a wake up call for the addict, and it is sends a message to any listener that the addiction experienced by those with substance use disorder is powerful enough create such stunning sadness.
A new study out of New Hampshire examined more than a year's worth of fentanyl overdose death data to identify if poly-drug use was an issue. A study out of New Hampshire found that nearly all fentanyl-involved overdose deaths in the state also involved another drug, and that 20% of people who died of an overdose involving fentanyl had 10 or more drugs in their system.
Last December, Ohio’s Board of Pharmacy began reporting sales of gabapentin prescriptions in its regular monitoring of controlled substances. The drug, which is not an opioid nor designated a controlled substance by federal authorities, is used to treat nerve pain.