DEALING WITH ADDICTION
Drug and alcohol addiction has become so commonplace in society that even the most rural of states experience something to do with addiction. The language of addiction has been changing rapidly as more people experience significant exposure to these habits.
Now that more than forty-thousand Americans die from overdosing on opiates every year, health experts and law enforcement officials alike strongly encourage civilians to become educated on how to respond to an overdose situation.
As the addiction problem in the United States has grown and has overwhelmed tens of millions of American families, our biggest question has become one of, “How do I address the addict in my family or close circle of friends?” According to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services and Administra