Treatment & Detox Guide
When Rosalie Cebreros went out with friends Thursday evening, she found herself in a place she least expected: the Addiction Recovery Center. It wasn’t even the freshman’s first visit to the ARC this fall semester. Cebreros, an open-option major, spoke from the audience about her experience with excessive alcohol consumption during a panel discussion on….
Are you heading into a treatment program to get help for a drug or alcohol addiction? If you’re already on your way to getting the help you need and you’re trying to figure out what it is that you should (or should not) bring with you to drug or alcohol addiction treatment, consider these items….
With the holiday season upon is, law enforcement officers are taking measures to make sure the roads are safe. The reason, they say, is that South Carolina leads the nation when it comes to drinking and driving. And that, they say, is no laughing matter. The Palmetto State is second in the country when it….
The right of Spanish youths to party in the streets is in question. The “botellon” phenomenon, literally “big bottle,” attracts gatherings of youths to drink in parks and squares. People bring their own drinks: soda to mix with gin, vodka or whisky, and wine to make “calimocho,” a blend of coke and wine. Some botellones….
A friend of mine who is an accomplished psychologist and mother of two recently confessed something to me: she likes wine, a lot. After working all day with troubled adolescents, picking her girls up from school and making a dinner that loosely resembles a healthy meal, she drinks. Her daily consumption included one glass of….