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We’re Open & Committed to Addiction Treatment During Coronavirus

    Laguna’s Brandee Baldwin on After-Work Drinking

    While drinking on the job or in the workplace is traditionally considered taboo, all restrictions are removed when the workday ends. Surprising statistics show that 1 in ten Americans drink…

    3 Ways to Successfully Work from Home During Social Isolation

    Welcome, work from homers. There are undoubtably more of you than there was a week or two ago due to the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Calls and mandates for self-isolation…

    We’re Open & Committed to Addiction Treatment During Coronavirus

    AAC remains open and committed to providing critical addiction treatment amidst coronavirus. With passion and vigilance, American Addiction Centers (AAC) remains open and committed to serving the millions of individuals…

    Laura Giffin on Parents Going to Rehab

    Parents who struggle with addiction may be resistant to go to rehab due to one significant factor; their children. As caregivers, parents often feel an obligation to stay and raise…

    Laguna Welcomes New Alumni Services Manager

    Laguna Treatment Hospital recently welcomed a new alumni services manager Laura Giffin. Oftentimes, a healthy community of alumni and other sober support groups can encourage long-term success in recovery. Giffin…

    Laguna COO Marlon Rollins on Suicide and Healing

    The death of a loved one by suicide can be a deeply destabilizing event. Suicide often creates a ripple effect, causing loved ones to feel grief and confusion over the…

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    Death Do Impart: New Way to Rout Out M.D.’s Who Overprescribe Opioids

    They’ve got mail! The “they” in this case are about 500 physicians across the state. The “mail” refers to letters they received from the Medical Board of California (MBC). Why…

    Top Opioid Prescribing Counties Across The U.S.

    The US Opioid Epidemic The opioid epidemic in the United States has reached unprecedented levels after it was declared a national emergency in 2017. It’s estimated that over 11.4 million…

    The Cost of Intoxication

    Americans Drinking Too Much Alcohol  It’s easy to forget the words ‘drink responsibly’ while enjoying a night out on the town – especially when you’re struggling to remember much else,…

    Where the Homelessness Population is Increasing in California

    For decades, California lawmakers have struggled to find the best response to the homelessness crisis that is prevalent throughout the state. But, now that it has reached epidemic levels, studies…

    The Cost of Marijuana Over Time

    At American Addiction Centers, we like to keep an eye on substances, like drugs and alcohol, and how they change over time. Any change, such as price, potency, and distribution,…