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Drug and Alcohol Testing in the Workplace
Thousands of companies have instituted drug and alcohol policies that attempt to remove substance abuse from the workplace. more...
Finding Balance in Pursuit of Long Term Sobriety
Drug addiction and recovery are complex issues that resist simple solutions. Though addiction often follows a common progression, each case is unique, and no two people follow the same path back to sobriety. That said, though, it would be understandable if many of the young men who complete drug rehab at Passages to Recovery offer one word when asked about the foundation upon which they are building their recovery: balance. more...
Approaching Substance Abuse Treatment with a Sense of Adventure
Adventure trips are not only a fun recreational outlet for young men and women undergoing substance abuse treatment, but also serve an important therapeutic purpose. more...
Baby Boomers: The Changing Face of Older Adult Addiction
Between the years of 1946 and 1964, approximately 77 million babies were born in the United States. The first members of this generation will turn 65 in 2011; on average, baby boomers are expected to live to age 83. By 2050, the U.S. government estimates that non-Hispanic whites will comprise 64 percent of the over-65 population, a decrease from today's 84 percent. more...