Drug and alcohol addiction don’t just pose a threat to millions of Americans; they are crippling the American economy as well. According to the federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health...Continue Reading
Alcohol is everywhere. From church to sports games and family dinners, it’s become an integral part of American culture. It can be easy to forget that it’s deadly. According to the National...Continue Reading
Addiction is a disease that does not discriminate, affecting individuals equally no matter whether they are on the streets or in the C-suite. Across the board, roughly 10% of all Americans...Continue Reading
Making the decision to pursue addiction treatment can be one of the most challenging decisions you’ll ever make. Once you’re clear that you do need help, however, the question of how to pay...Continue Reading
It’s a cruel reality that those who fight for our freedom often find themselves trapped in the grips of addiction at rates even higher than civilians. At Acqua Recovery, we are committed to...Continue Reading
Prescription pills became an integral part of American life in the twentieth century. By 2017, at the height of the opioid epidemic, doctors wrote nearly 200 million prescriptions for...Continue Reading
If you are a white collar professional who feels like drug addiction is your dark secret, you’re not alone. In 2019, a National Safety Council survey found that 75% of American employers...Continue Reading
There isn’t just one type of alcoholic. Alcohol abuse is a spectrum, and the road of addiction is a deeply personal journey. This widely assumed belief was codified back in 2007, when ...Continue Reading
The friends and family of America’s vets understand all too well what it feels like to be consumed with worry and fear for your loved one. When addiction is the foe your vet is facing, it’s even more painful. Addiction is a cunning, baffling, and powerful adversary. Luckily, no one has to face addiction alone – and that includes military families and the loved ones of vets.
Helping a veteran find freedom from addiction is possible for anyone, and it may be even easier than you think.