When we think of kids using drugs or alcohol, it’s almost always synonymous with peer pressure. Here’s a surprising fact: many kids actually have more access to substances in their homes than through their friends. A Myth Debunked In the 1980s, many televised anti-drug public service announcements aired to help conquer the United States’ war...Read More
The Fear Factor People are afraid of all sorts of different things. Spiders. Heights. Ghosts. Public speaking. The dark. Thunderstorms. The list goes on and on and on. But among the more common fears is fear of the unknown. That particular fear can affect our decision of whether or not to seek treatment for a...Read More
Sharing the same tranquil countryside campus as Willingway in Statesboro, Georgia, The Pines offers a homelike atmosphere for teens ages 14-18 with alcohol use disorder (AUD) and substance use disorder (SUD) to start their recovery journey through detoxification, individualized therapeutic care, and coping techniques. Here’s what you can expect when you choose The Pines for...Read More
Drug Use Trends Among Youth The National Institute on Drug Abuse found that in 2019 an estimated 35.7 percent of 12th graders had used marijuana. In addition, 2.7 percent reported misusing prescription opioids, and 2.2 percent reported other illicit drug use. Rates of vaping and alcohol consumption were also high, 40.6 percent and 29.3 percent...Read More
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