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  • The Price of Fentanyl

     July 14, 2023     

    Around a year earlier, his favorite tattoo artist had promised a free tattoo if he could stay clean for a year. He bought a safe and asked his friends to…
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    Parent’s Guide to Fentanyl

     December 13, 2022     

    There is a significant risk for today’s generation because of fentanyl. It is a deadly hidden threat. Fentanyl-laced drugs are extremely dangerous, and the average person is unaware their drugs…
  • Drug Safety and Prevention

     July 21, 2022     

    Drug Use Prevention Tips Drug Education Understanding the dangers of illicit substances goes a long way in the prevention of substance use. Below are resources about commonly used drugs. Overdose…
  • Why are Babies Overdosing on Fentanyl?

     March 14, 2022     

    It's hard to imagine, but we've reached a point in America's drug epidemic where it's not uncommon to hear about babies overdosing on drugs and dying. And we're not talking…
  • Is Fentanyl Deadlier than Covid?

     February 10, 2022     

    By now, most of us have heard of fentanyl. Fentanyl is an opioid drug that is so powerful a few grains can kill a person. And that's exactly what's happening;…
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    Drunk and Drugged Driving: Statistics & Solutions

     November 9, 2021     

    Tips to prevent impaired driving: Assign a designated driver. This can include rotating within your group of friends so that everyone can have fun. If you don’t have a designated…
  • Fentanyl Crisis in Texas

     September 21, 2021     

    Year after year, fentanyl has contributed to countless overdose deaths in Texas. In 2018, according to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, deaths involving synthetic opioids remained steady, with 358…
  • Title IX and Substance Use

     April 27, 2021     

    Image Credit: Wigdor LLP According to the Association of American Universities, the rate of non-consensual sexual contact by physical force or inability to consent since the student enrolled at the…
  • The Effects of Alcoholism on Families

     January 28, 2021     

    Anyone who has ever loved someone battling addiction knows that the disease doesn’t just impact the abuser. Indeed, addiction has profound effects on the entire family, reverberating through every relationship…
  • Substance Use, COVID-19 and Domestic Violence

     January 6, 2021     

    Human beings are meant to socialize and interact. Yet, the continued infringement on freedoms, endless media cycles, and the stress of job loss are pushing people to a breaking point,…
  • Do Bondsmen Have A Higher Responsibility in Lowering Addiction Rates in the Incarcerated Population?

     June 18, 2020     

    As a provider of bail bonds, we work firsthand with those caught up in the justice system and in need of help. How many of the incarcerated in the US…
  • New Synthetic Opioid Linked to Overdose Deaths

     May 26, 2020     

    Within the span of one year, isotonitazene, which is a novel psychoactive substance, was implicated in a fatal overdose spike in the Midwestern United States. Isotonitazene is a potent synthetic…
  • Driving Under The Influence

     January 13, 2016     

    Driving under the influence is the most common definition used when describing people who are driving while using alcohol or being drunk, and people who are using drugs or under…