Last Door Recovery Society Addiction Treatment top stories for December
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from all of us at Last Door, we hope you had a great year and wish you the best for 2015. Here are 3 ways to give to support our programs.
Your Support for the following projects will help build our programs.
The Ugly Sweater Challenge is sweeping across Social Media with ugly sweater selfies, followed by $20 donations to Last Door’s Youth Program.. Don’t own an Ugly Sweater, visit our Santa Amazon Wish List and make a purchase or donate online.
Order a copy of “A Bakers Dozen” by visiting Last Door or picking up a copy at Visions 28 — 6th Street in New Westminster or email email@example.com, makes a great stocking stuffer.
Thank you CTV for being part of Last Door’s 2014 Community Development Strategy. Over 1,000,000 people saw our message that recovery is possible.
The media reported research into pot as potentially the latest in PTSD treatment. We think it’s not. In an article in The Vancouver Sun “Pot” was promoted as potentially an “innovative” treatment option for veterans and soldiers suffering from PTSD, here’s what Last Door thinks about this.
Thinking back on my life I realize that from an early age I tried hard to feel accepted from my peers but never really felt like I was. I was always drawn to dangerous things and to people who were negative influences on me. I grew up in home where my parents supported me no matter what and gave me everything I could ever ask for and grew up in a nice area. Went to church with my parents every Sunday and participated in sports and activities on the weekend. Yet I still chose to draw completely away from that into this negative lifestyle that seemed so glamorous at the time. The first time I ever tried drugs was at the age of 11 and I don’t think I will never forget that moment all my worries just seemed to wash away. To read more click the above link
Parents Group and Alumni Group have enjoyed time spent at Last Door’s Keystone Family Program Facility. Clients have taking advantage of the relaxing environment to work on their written exercises and some have used Keystone to build new memories with their families. More and more supporters each week have signed up for Keystone’s Coffee and a Conversation Fundraiser….. call us at 604-525-9771 to arrange your monthly contribution.
- Author of Sobriety: A Graphic Novel, how a picture book helps people
- Food Addiction and Being in Recovery
- Being healthy in Recovery, not just clean and sober
- Cravings and Addiction with Dr. Omar Mangewala
- Replay all past shows here – www.talkrecoveryradio.com
PTSD and Addiction Treatment Program
Please read some of new supporting articles:
- Natural Medicine
- Science of Brain Enhancing Stimulation
- Clinical Trials
- MRI Study
- Click here to see all our supporting articles
- Health Upwardly Mobile Newsletter
- Craving Facebook? are you addicted?
- Host a holiday party without getting sued
- A lifelong relationship with alcohol is established in adolescence
- Does smoking hamper treatment for alcohol abuse?
- Nova Scotia doctors sanctioned for over prescribing narcotics
- Health Canada clamps down on medical marijuana advertising
- Two British men die “snorting white heroin” in Amsterdam
Did you Know?
The Top 10 Drugs by PharmaCare Reimbursement Dollars 2013/2014
|Generic Name||Typical Usage||PharmaCare Reimbursement|
|INFLIXIMAB||Rheumatoid arthritis, Ankylosing Sponydylitis, Crohn’s disease, Psoriasis||$50.85 million|
|ADALIMUMAB||Rheumatoid arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Crohn’s disease, psoriasis||$35.61 million|
|METHADONE||Opioid addiction / Pain||$26.41 million|
|ETANERCEPT||Rheumatoid Arthritis, Psoriatic Arthritis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, psoriasis||$23.29 million|
|ATORVASTATIN||High cholesterol||$20.11 million|
|QUETIAPINE FUMARATE||Schizophrenia, psychosis||$19.08 million|
|ESCITALOPRAM OXALATE||Depression, anxiety||$15.46 million|
|RAMIPRIL||High blood pressure||$15.29 million|
|SALMETEROL / F LUTICASONE||Chronic obstructice pulmonary disease, asthma||$14.44 million|
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