Resources

Alcohol Abuse - Design for Recovery
Alcohol Abuse

Alcohol addiction is a devastating condition. When someone has developed a physical dependence on alcohol, quitting can result in withdrawal symptoms that are physically and

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Tramadol Abuse - Design for Recovery
Tramadol Abuse

One in two people will be prescribed opioids at some point during their lifetime. In 2015, over 130 million prescriptions were written for these drugs

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Methadone Abuse - Design For Recovery
Methadone Abuse

Prescription opioids are a growing problem and the distribution of methadone pills is now exceeding their use for opioid treatment. These resources will explore what

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Mental Health - Design for Recovery
Mental Health

Depression and addiction can make for a challenging recovery. It is important to find ways of managing the two at once. It may be difficult

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Heroin Abuse - Design for Recovery
Heroin Abuse

Heroin is a drug that makes it challenging to function without it once you start using it, which can quickly lead to dependency. Heroin is

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Suboxone Abuse - Design for Recovery
Suboxone Abuse

You may have been prescribed this medication to help curb your symptoms of withdrawal, or you might not even know what it is for but

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Meth Abuse - Design For Recovery
Meth Abuse

Methamphetamine, often known as “meth” or “crystal,” is devastatingly addictive with potentially fatal consequences once a dependency has formed from habitual use. Some find themselves

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Fentanyl Abuse - Design for Recovery
Fentanyl Abuse

Prescription fentanyl is an opioid medication to treat pain. Unfortunately, because it is so potent, there is a high rate of misuse and abuse, which

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Cocaine Abuse - Design for Recovery
Cocaine Abuse

Cocaine is a powerful drug that stimulates the reward pathway in your brain. With repeated use, this pathway becomes less sensitive to other pleasurable experiences

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