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Caring for Our Senior Citizens Struggling with Addiction

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The Quiet Epidemic: Our senior citizens are developing drug & alcohol rehab addiction at an alarming rate. We provide information, resources and treatment for care providers and seniors battling addiction and related conditions

Our Mission: Let's not forget our senior citizens and their families. Lets give them the best support, information, resources and tools to overcome addiction and pursue lifelong recovery. We are here to help you and your loved one every step of the way.

Understand Senior Citizen Addiction
and Its Causes

You must understand senior alcohol or drug addiction and their causes before you can help overcome them. The factors that lead to substance abuse and addiction are different for each person particularly senior citizens. We explain how drugs affect the aging body, the reasons seniors turn to them and how they can recover from alcoholism and other substance use disorders.

Senior Addiction

A quiet epidemic is growing with estimates of up to 6 million senior citizens abusing alcohol by year 2020. Recent studies report a78% increase in emergency room visits due to prescription medication misuse

Alcohol Addiction

Alcohol is the most widely abused substance among seniors in the United States, and it’s one of the most addictive and dangerous. Discover the facts about alcohol abuse.

Prescription Addiction

A doctor’s prescription doesn’t make a drug safe. Opioids, benzos and other medications are highly addictive. Understand the dangers of prescription drug abuse.

Animal Assisted Rehab for Seniors

“We're finding animal-assisted therapy to be an extremely effective tool for substance abuse rehab.”

DR. MARSHALL VAGNER

New research is finding massively positive impact when animals such as dogs, cats and even horses are incorporated into treatment for alcoholism and other substance use disorders.

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Call our 24/7 confidential hotline now

877-888-0552

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