Addiction in your community can do great damage to everyone involved, whether they are using addictive substances or not. The safety and well-being of all
As a Christian, you should not condone substance abuse – even if the abuser is your child. I’ll bet you already knew that. So why
If you believe your parent has developed an addiction problem, you are not alone. It’s a growing concern, and the signs are easy to miss. If you do see warning signs, you need to take action to keep your parent safe and healthy. Use this guide to help you guide your parent, and yourself, to a healthier way of life.
It doesn’t matter how good the program is, if the addict refuses to participate, or plan on using when they get out, the program will not be successful. But the program isn’t necessarily flawed or inadequate. Often times, it is simply that the addict is unwilling, or unable to work the program. In this blog, I’d like to try and address what drives an addict to use.
Secrets will trip us up.