Addiction

A Mental Health Condition

Addiction is a disease, chronic and relapsing in nature. It is characterized by compulsive behaviors without regard to the harmful, often self-destructive consequences of these actions. Addiction is treatable. It can be prevented and managed with help from family, friends, and medical or other health care professionals. Read More.

 

Statistics:

  • 1 in 7 People Have An Addiction
  • 23 Million Suffer From Substance Addiction
  • 700,000 Addicts Seek Help Each Day
  • Addiction Costs Americans Over $700 Billion Annually

 

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