Month: November 2018

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In Recovery: Difficult Holiday Situations and How to Deal with Them

Holidays and Addiction Recovery: Difficult Situations and How to Deal with Them The holiday season has officially arrived and, along with the traditions, music, and celebrations come some potentially difficult challenges if you are in recovery from drug or alcohol abuse. There may be some gatherings you’re really looking forward to and others you entirely …

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Death Penalty for Drug Trafficking

Drug Trafficking in the US Over the last decade, the drug landscape has shifted in United States. Opioid abuse (including prescription opiates as well as illicit drugs) has skyrocketed. Abuse of other drugs, including methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin, synthetic drugs, and marijuana, also remain cause for widespread concern. Drug trafficking accounts for billions of dollars’ worth …

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Recovery Stories – Meet Becky

Becky’s Story Hi, my name is Becky I am an Alumni & Staff Member at Wasatch Crest. For me it all started with casual drinking, partying, and smoking marijuana as a 25-year-old married mother of three.  Within five years I would be using IV heroin, cocaine, and meth and would be getting a divorce. Drugs …

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