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From tips on preventing substance use to guidance on managing recovery from addiction, here at Partnership to Addiction we have the information and resources you need at every step of the way.

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People with schizophrenia have a significantly higher risk of developing substance use disorder. Here, we will explore the connection between substance use disorder and schizophrenia and how you can support a loved one experiencing both conditions. Read More
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Parental mental health significantly influences the overall well-being of their children, impacting their development, behavior, and life choices. Read More
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ADHD's potential link to substance use disorder is a significant concern for those diagnosed with it. Understanding this link is key to getting appropriate help sooner. Read More
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Besides recreational use, some early studies and personal reports or personal stories and experiences suggest that 5-MeO-DMT might help with anxiety, depression, and PTSD. However, further research is needed to know if it’s safe and effective, as it has been linked to deaths Read More
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Supporting a loved one who is struggling with addiction can be an incredibly challenging and isolating experience, but you don’t have to face it alone. Addiction support groups for families offer a lifeline of understanding, information, and emotional support. Read More
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An addiction hotline and an addiction helpline might sound similar, but they serve different purposes and offer unique forms of support when a loved one is using alcohol and other drugs. Understanding these differences can help you choose the best option for your situation. Read More
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With fentanyl, my son had no chance. Gone are the days that our children can easily battle an addiction or a temporary draw to substances to ease depression or anxiety. These are no longer “normal” times. Fentanyl has changed the game and kids are unknowingly being poisoned.

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