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Intervention Calgary: How to Get Into Addiction Treatment in Alberta

The need for drug rehabs in Alberta is increasing by the day as the Calgary fentanyl problems continue. A new report by Alberta Health suggests that Alberta residents are dying at alarming rates from accidental drug poisonings related to fentanyl. According to Global News, 74...

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5 Signs an Intervention for Alcohol Abuse is Needed

When do you know if it’s time for an intervention for alcohol abuse? Is your partner or loved one drinking excessively? Many people will find out that someone they know and love or someone they work with are struggling with an alcohol addiction and are...

Alberta Drug and Alcohol Treatment: Where to Start?

A lot of things may be going through your mind and you may not be sure where to start when it comes to finding an Alberta drug and alcohol treatment center to transition to a sober life. While it’s last on your mind when it comes...

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More Addiction Services in Alberta Needed Following Opioid Report

More Canadians died of opioid overdoses in 2017 than ever before, according to new information released by Health Canada. In 2016, 2,861 people died of fatal overdoses with 88% of them being accidental. In the first nine months of 2017, 2,923 people died with 92%...

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Addiction Services in Alberta – Wait Times & Interventions

Wait lists for rehab centres are so long that people are losing their battle while waiting for drug treatment in Alberta. Deaths from accidental opioid overdoses in Alberta were up 40% in 2017 compared to 2016. In the first three quarters of 2017, from January...

Addiction in Ontario

Addiction is a disease, not a moral issue, and addicts are driven by an inner compulsion to turn to alcohol or drugs when overwhelmed, stressed, sad and even excited. For some reason, they lack the ability to keep from doing things they don’t mean to...

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Recognizing the Signs of a Codependent Relationship

Being the spouse or parent of someone struggling with addiction is difficult. As a parent or spouse, you only want what is best for your loved one. You provide them with unconditional love and want to help them however you can. Unfortunately, in the midst...

How to Recognize the Signs of Alcoholism

Alcohol is a socially acceptable part of everyday life for many Canadians. Many people enjoy alcohol, in fact, according to Canada’s Public Health Services 80% of Canadians drink alcoholic beverages. Unfortunately, alcohol is also the most abused drug in Canada. While drinking alcohol is legal...

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Living a Clean and Sober Life VS Taking Clean Drugs

Safe injection sites are becoming more and more common in Canada’s major cities. These supervised injection sites offer a harm reduction model for individuals struggling with addictions. While these centres may be beneficial to some, choosing a clean, sober life has more long-term health benefits....

Drug Abuse Interventions Needed – Canada’s Opioid Crisis Growing

With drug overdoses on the rise in Canada, professional interventionist Andy Bhatti knows that something has to change in order to save Canadians from ending their lives. The Public Health Agency of Canada announced on Monday that at least 1,460 people have died of opioid...

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