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Opioids Abuse: Signs of Opioid Addiction and the Route to Recovery

There’s no denying that there’s an opioid epidemic in the United States. It all intensified in the 1990s when pharmaceutical companies started reassuring the medical community that patients would not become addicted to opioid pain relievers. Soon, healthcare providers began to prescribe opioids at greater rates. And it wasn’t long before this increased use of opioids led...

drug abuse in america

Drug Abuse in America: The Truth Behind the Numbers

Drug abuse in America has skyrocketed, and drug overdoses have claimed more American lives last year than were lost in the entire Vietnam War. Despite the daily horror stories in the news and multiple governmental initiatives aimed at curbing this epidemic, drug addiction still seems to be on its deadly rise. The truth is that addiction is...

CCAPP Substance Abuse Counselor

CCAPP: Everything You Need to Know About CCAPP

Did you know the need for substance abuse counselors is growing faster than most other occupations in the U.S.? The Department of Labor projects a 23 percent growth rate between 2016 and 2026. The reason for this growth is two-fold. First, more people are seeking addiction counseling services. The National Survey on Drug Use and Health in the...

Drug Free Anaheim

Jodi Barber And Drug-Free Anaheim present OVERTAKEN

This 3-hour event is designed to inspire! Drug overdose is now the # 1 cause of accidental death. Jodi Barber and Colin Womer are proud to “BEE” part of the solution. We invite you to come and share in this awe-inspiring event to learn how you can be involved in becoming helpers in the face...

New Revised Alcohol & Drug Counseling Studies Online

Press Release: InterCoast Colleges Offers New Revised Alcohol & Drug Counseling Studies Online

The curriculum for the Alcohol and Drug Counseling Studies Program has been revised to include Co-Occurring Disorders. (The program at InterCoast.edu continues to provide online curriculum meets CCAPP) (Anaheim, CA) In 2013 there were more than 21.6 million people in the U.S. suffering from substance abuse or dependence. This number has increased significantly over the...

We are currently accepting new students for online and hybrid programs

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