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Tricare Approved Alcohol Rehab – Living Free From Addiction

Alcoholism and Active Duty Military

According to, a new study on Alcoholism in the Military finds that active duty military personnel drink alcohol more than workers on any other career path. The mental and physical health of our military includes Tricare approved alcohol rehab and a growing number of individuals are receiving the help they deserve.

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“I’ve Got No Secrets.” Brad Opens up About Alcoholism and Drug Addiction

In a recent interview, Brad Pitt talked about his split from Angelina Jolie and his past substance abuse problem and alcoholism.

“I’ve got no secrets,” Pitt told the Associated Press. According to Brad, not talking about our problems doesn’t help. “We’re human,” he stated, then went on to say that talking about these issues and the human condition is one of the steps to getting better.

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opiate addiction

Police Officer Recovering from Opiate Addiction is No Longer Anonymous

Police officer and person recovering from opiate addiction.
Many would assume those two titles couldn’t describe the same person, but they do.
Addiction touches all lives, regardless of career, race, economic status, age or religion.

Steve Rilling worked as a police officer for 19 years, spending 10 years in the narcotics division. Working in the narcotics division was both high risk and extremely high stress, involving undercover drug buys, engaging with informants and conducting raids on residences.

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addiction switching

Addiction Switching: From One Bondage to the Next

Addiction switching. What is it and what does it have to do with your recovery journey?

There is an article about addiction by Lance Morrow. In it, he writes “the mentality of addiction, of alcoholism, prevails in American life even when no drugs or alcohol are involved.”

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