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How Ohio's Welfare System Is Affected By Opiate and Drug Addiction

Opiate addiction changes peoples lives dramatically. It can take a very loving and stable home and destroy it quickly. Parents who take great care of their children become mentally sick with their addiction and their priorities change. Someone who once had everything going for them and had the perfect family can lose it all when addicted to opiates. Opiates deplete natural chemicals in the brain and when the drug is absent for some time, the addict becomes lethargic, irritable and extremely depressed. This causes many addicts to do erratic things to kill their sickness including committing crimes. If you are..  - Read More

Do We Share Our Opiate Recovery With Our New Partner?

Addiction is a dark time in people's lives. It consumes every aspect of your life and destroys a lot of it. If you do not get a hold of the situation in time, you can have life-time repercussions such as felonies and prison time or even worse. Your life could end abruptly from an overdose. For many people in recovery, they do not want anyone knowing about their past. They would rather leave that part of their life a secret. That is why many anonymous groups (such as Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous) are very popular. The stigma that society..  - Read More

New Court System Aims At Healing Families Torn By Opiate Addiction

This month in Clermont County, a new court aimed at reuniting families torn apart by drug abuse will begin operation. The Clermont County Family Dependency Treatment Court was inspired by a local judge. He says 45 percent of Children’s Protective Services home removals in that county are because the children’s parents are addicted to heroin or other opiates.  “What we’ve found in our court system is that parents’ drug use impacts children dramatically, especially here in Clermont County,” Probate/Juvenile Judge James A. Shriver said. Shriver and Angela Livesay, the Family Dependency Treatment Court coordinator, announced the start of Clermont County’s..  - Read More

My Child Is An Opiate Addict, What Can I Do To Help?

With opiate addiction barreling at full steam across the country, many families are overcome with pain and shock. Parents look at their addicted son or daughter and want to know how they ended up like this. They were raised in a loving home and were provided with everything they needed. They went to outstanding schools and were involved with all sorts of sports and activities. How on earth did they end up addicted to drugs? Truth of the matter is that prescription painkillers and heroin are everywhere. Painkillers are overproduced and as easy to find in almost any high school...  - Read More

How Do I Help Someone Who Is Addicted To Opiates?

This is a question I am asked on a daily basis. "How do I help a friend or family member who is addicted to opiates?" There are many answers to this question, and I think it's important to cover a few topics about helping others. First thing I recommend to all people who are worried about their friends or family is to read and educate themselves on opiate addiction and withdrawal. Here at CalmSupport.com we have a ton of information on opiates in our blog section (which you are currently reading). I also have two channels on Youtube and a..  - Read More

How Parents Can Help Their Opiate Addicted Children

With opiate addiction barreling at full steam through towns all across the country, many families are clueless as to what to do with an opiate addicted child. Parents look at their addicted son or daughter and want to know why they ended up like this. They know that they raised their kid in a loving, caring home. They provided everything they ever needed. The child was sent to good schools and was involved with all sorts of extracurricular activities. How on earth did they end up addicted to drugs? Truth of the matter is that prescription painkillers are everywhere. They..  - Read More



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