Please help support Alcohol & Drug Services in your local community

ADS and its community partners are sponsoring another great Got Meds Disposal drive in Guilford County. There is more information available below at the provided links or in the large picture shown below. www.Facebook.com/HealthyGuilford www.Instagram.com/HealthyGuilford   The date of the Got Meds event is June 24, 2021. Location is at the Trotter Active Adult Center

ADS and its community partners are sponsoring another great Got Meds Disposal drive in Guilford County. There is more information available below at the provided links or in the large picture shown below. www.Facebook.com/HealthyGuilford www.Instagram.com/HealthyGuilford   The date of the Got Meds event is June 23, 2021. Location is 2401 Fairview St, Greensboro NC.  

Got Meds Disposal Drive

Tuesday, 27 April 2021 by

ADS and its community partners are once again sponsoring another great Got Meds Disposal drive in Guilford County. There is more information available below at the provided links or in the large picture shown below. www.Facebook.com/HealthyGuilford www.Instagram.com/HealthyGuilford   The date of the Got Meds event is May 22, 2021.      

Tagged under: ,

Hello, Guilford County! It’s that time again to dispose of your outdated or unused medications. The Guilford County Sheriff’s Office, Healthy Guilford, Safe Guilford, Drug Enforcement Agency, and Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS) are working together to sponsor another medication disposal initiative. Please note below that there are three locations where you can turn in

Hi, Guilford County! The time has come to eliminate your outdated or unused medications. The Summerfield Fire District, Cone Health, the High Point Police Dept, Healthy Guilford, Deep River Drug, Alcohol and Drug Services (ADS), and Safe Guilford are working together to sponsor another medication disposal initiative. Please note below that there are three locations

WSOC-TV has published a segment on NC Attorney General Josh Stein who is aiming for additional funding to address the ongoing opioid crisis. Mr. Stein indicates that there are simply not enough treatment centers across the state of North Carolina to adequately meet the needs of those addicted to opioids. The Hope Act is a

Historically, abstinence-based recovery has sought to establish that recovering addicts abstain from all use of illicit substances including alcohol. This model of treatment was originally rooted in the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 Step Program which by design was intended to address alcohol addiction specifically. That program has been extremely popular and effective in helping alcohol dependent

Celebrate Life By Coming Together is a free family event open to the public. This event will remember, celebrate, empower, and encourage the loved ones of those impacted by overdose; support those who are in recovery from substance use; and give hope to the community. This event will have food, bounce houses, games, resource tables,

Advocates For Opioid Recovery

Wednesday, 11 January 2017 by

Advocates For Opioid Recovery is a non-profit organization spearheaded by Newt Gingrich, Patrick Kennedy, and Van Jones. The group is dedicated to advancing evidence-based treatment to better address the effects of America’s opioid addiction dilemma. A main focus of the organization is breaking down regulatory barriers that exist in patient access to recovery medications like

Recovering From Heroin Addiction

Tuesday, 08 November 2016 by

Opioid addiction is a particularly difficult addictive disorder to deal with because it creates not only a strong psychological dependency, but also a powerful physical dependency. The progression of opioid addiction is rapid for most people because of the euphoric effects (stimulation of the brain’s pleasure/reward center) and increased tolerance to the drug. Increased tolerance

TOP