Addiction Recovery

Help the Addicts

Shocking Statistics
  • Around 200 million people worldwide used an illicit drug at least once a year, link
  • In the UK there are typically 2,500 deaths related to poisoning by drug misuse each year, link
  • Some 21 million Americans have at least one addiction, but only 10 percent receive treatment, link
  • Over 70,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2017, including illicit drugs and opioids, link
  • Alcohol consumption across Africa and the Middle East is very low compared to that across Europe, link
  • In the age group 20–39 approximately 13.5 % of the total deaths are alcohol-attributable, link
  • The World Health Organization claims tobacco kills up to half of all smokers, link
help the addicts

From Rehab to work to Finance

Consumer Safety Guide

Returning to Work after Addiction Treatment

Benefits of Drug and Alcohol Rehab Abroad

Finding Friends After Addiction Rehabilitation

Financial Burdens of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment


Mesothelioma: the smoking – asbestos – cancer connection

Connections between Sleep and Cancer


A Guide to Quit Smoking

Join the Quit Smoking Community

Smoking – the Importance of Quitting

Drug Addiction

Drug Watch – Know the Risks

Drug Rehab Connections

Understand Addiction: Stay Drug Free

Drug Abuse Prevention and Treatment

Dangerous Drugs and their Serious Complications

Alcohol Addiction

Overcome Alcoholism

A Guide to Quit Alcohol Addiction

Dangers of Drinking and Driving – Quit Alcohol

Mental Health

Disclosing a Mental Health Condition to Others

Financial Burdens of Mental Health and Addiction Treatment

The Importance of Proper Sleep

Addiction and Sleep

Connections between Sleep and Cancer

Sleep and Mental Health

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