Welcome to Recovery Connection’s addiction and recovery infographics. Many of us are visual learners. Recovery Connection wants to provide you with as much information about substance abuse, the impact of substances on the body, and the process of recovery. We have developed unique infographics to help you understand addiction.
These infographics are provided free of charge and are readily available to be viewed. At any time while you are reading, you can call our hotline for help at 800-993-3869. At Recovery Connection, we are dedicated to helping people find quality drug and alcohol addiction treatment.
You want to trust the people handling your food. You especially want to trust the doctor who is about to perform your surgery. It's a scary thought, but professionals who have certain jobs are more likely to use drugs at work. Who's getting high 9 to 5?
There are so many addiction rehabs in the country. It's hard to pick the right one for you. Wouldn't it be easier to have a list an important questions to ask to help you narrow down the field? Recovery Connection's new infographic can help you out.
Addiction costs alcoholics and addicts lots of money, but they're not the only ones spending money. The United States spends billions of dollars a year as well! Find out how much is being spent on addiction and drug abuse in Recovery Connection's infographic, The Cost of Addiction.
Do you wonder why addicts continue relapsing after getting treatment? You would think that they would "learn their lesson" after struggling through so much. But there's much more to the situation than you imagine. Learn about the Cycle of Addiction in Recovery Connection's new infographic.
Can you tell if your loved one has a drinking problem? It would be easier if you could answer a few questions to get a better sense of how serious their drinking habit is. Uncover the truth with Recovery Connection's new infographic "Is Your Loved One an Alcoholic?"
Curious about whether or not you have a drug problem or addiction? Ask yourself these questions. Chances are that if you answer yes to two or more of these questions, you may have a problem that requires addiction treatment. Either way, using drugs recreationally is risky behavior that will eventually have consequences.
Spring break can be a perfect storm of tourism, alcohol and underage drinking. Colleges take a break and all their students (and then some) head for warm climates and lots of parties and alcohol. See where they go and what some of the consequences are in our spring break infographic.
Holidays are a time of celebration and for many people hosting holiday parties, alcohol is the social liquid lubricant. It can make holiday fun more enjoyable or make uncomfortable gatherings more tolerable. Which days are the biggest for alcohol? Check out our infographic and find out some interesting facts in Drinking Holidays.
Did you know that you could be addicted to shopping? Maybe a little retail therapy is OK, but too much of anything is not good and may even be an addiction. Drugs and alcohol are not the only addictions that can hurt you. Find out what other addictions can cause just as much harm if not stopped.
Do hallucinogens sound just harmless and strange? They may not be. Disorders like psychosis and hallucinogen persistent perception disorder can occur as a result of using hallucinogens. Every single time you decide to 'trip' you risk damaging your mental health permanently. Check our infographic below and find out just how dangerous hallucinogens are.
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