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Substance Abuse Counseling Program Article on Drug Use and Pregnancy

Substance Abuse Counseling Program Article on Drug Use and Pregnancy

An alarming article about the damage to you can do to your child while pregnant and doing drugs, plus the additional legal issues that can result Please also review our Substance Abuse Counseling program to learn more The article, “The legal consequences of using drugs while pregnant” by Livia Areas-Holmblad states, “Drug abuse among pregnant women surfaced as a public health problem in the U.S. in the 80s, and legislators have been discussing contrasting views on the topic ever since. Different states have established different ways of approaching mothers who use toxic substances. Prenatal drug use is considered child abuse

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Substance Abuse Counseling Program – When Parents Invite Substance Abuse?

Substance Abuse Counseling Program – When Parents Invite Substance Abuse?

Substance Abuse and Early Drinking Trends Substance Abuse can start from the early beginnings especially when parents unknowingly allow their children to drink under their supervision.  Instead of removing the temptation to drink later, studies show it enhances the temptation.  The European model of younger drinking ages just does not fit with America’s culture. Meredith Bennett-Smith of the Huffington Post writes on this subject in her article, “Parents (Mistakenly) Believe Lettings Kids Drink Alcholol Early Discourages Later Use, Study Says” about the growing problem of early age drinking that is connected with parents who drink with their children. A surprising

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Substance Abuse Counseling Program: Bath Salts

Substance Abuse Counseling Program: Bath Salts

Because of recent events any substance abuse counseling program will be discussing methylenedioxypyrovalerone or MDPV, otherwise known as bath salts.   Other names for this designer drug include; plant fertilizer, stardust, ocean, cloud, white lighting to name a few.   These drugs are sold in stores by how they are labeled.  These vials can be legally sold as something else.  They are sold for use in your bath tub or to feed your plants and they will say not meant for human consumption.   This can bypass drug laws.    Substance abuse counselors have noticed their effects and addictive properties are a lot like cocaine.