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Archive for the ‘cocaine addiction’ category


Written on: May 1st, 2009 By:

Addiction Whether you struggle with alcoholism or drug addiction, you are fighting a disease that occurs on a three-part level. Addiction is an obsession of the mind, an allergy of the body and a spiritual malady. Addiction has to the power to rob you of relationships, family, career, health and sanity. Most people have to […]


Statistics on Cocaine Addiction

Written on: April 20th, 2009 By:

After marijuana and amphetamines, cocaine is considered to be the most widely available drug on high school and college campuses in the United States. Over 600,000 Americans are currently cocaine addicted. Given the smaller number of individuals who smoke the “rock” form of the drug, this makes it one of the most addictive forms of […]


Cocaine Addiction Facts and Myths

Written on: April 6th, 2009 By:

Coke abuse creates dependence mostly due to the slow or rapid decline in health, character or mood. The drug cycles them up then brings them further down each time it is removed rapidly from the blood stream but the byproducts of its metabolism are fatty and can get stuck in the fat cells of the […]


State-licensed SouthCoast Recovery

Written on: August 12th, 2008 By:

SouthCoast Recovery, a state-licensed California drug rehab center, is pleased to announce the addition of a seventh home in the Dana Point highlands to its residential treatment facility. This 7,000 square foot upscale home adds a new dimension to the treatment program. SouthCoast Recovery has been experiencing tremendous growth over the past year and a […]


Dual Drug diagnosis

Written on: July 17th, 2008 By:

Dual diagnosis is a difficult thing to fight through. In fact, it makes the basic task of battling a drug addiction considerably more difficult. It basically involves a diagnosis of another disorder or even multiple disorders, in addiction to the diagnosis of a drug addiction. Also called co-occurring disorders because they happen simultaneously with the […]