As Alcohol Awareness Month highlights the serious complications caused by alcohol abuse, Suncoast Rehabilitation Center advocates for more preventative measures to prevent drunk driving—an especially deadly consequence of alcohol abuse.
The U.S. juvenile justice system is overburdened with 10 to 17 year-olds who abuse or are addicted to drugs and alcohol. Suncoast Rehabilitation Center advocates for care and treatment for these youth, rather than the systematic incarceration that costs taxpayers billions and often leads to a lifetime of crime and drug and alcohol addiction.
A Healthline article published earlier this month highlighted alcohol advertisers’ tendency to target youth by appealing to their desires and insecurities, while alcohol remains teenagers’ most prevalent drug problem. Suncoast Rehabilitation Center supports educating children about the dangers of alcohol long before they reach their teen years, when it can be too late.
A recent survey of the nation’s teenagers has reported that the use of cigarettes, alcohol and drugs by teenagers is on the decline – a trend which Suncoast Rehab maintains could be a strong indication that anti-drug messages are getting through to the younger generation.
Substance abuse can spike during the holidays and accompanying New Year due to loneliness, anxiety and stress. Suncoast Rehabilitation Center offers tips to individuals battling addiction and those in recovery from drug or alcohol abuse on how to avoid triggers.
According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, nationwide illicit drug use is on the rise. But against this seemingly bleak landscape, Suncoast Rehab Center will be expanding to combat the scourge of drug abuse in today’s society.
A recent case involving Suncoast Rehab and Hernando County involved wrongful denial of the center’s expansion plans, with a basis of discrimination. The case has set a precedent for the entire rehab industry, with many organizations who have been waiting in the balance to discover the recent ruling of the Appellate court, which proved the Fair Housing Act (FHA) can protect American citizens and businesses if they fight for their civil liberties.
Suncoast Rehab Facility warns the public of a dangerous trend—college students are abusing Adderall at an alarming rate for its supposed ability to increase their efficiency and focus. Suncoast encourages education about the drug’s dangers and alternative methods for increasing energy.
Even with laws protecting people’s rights, some Americans and specifically those suffering from addiction, still face discrimination. Suncoast Rehab Center recently won a legal case that proved the Americans with Disabilities Act can protect American citizens and businesses if they fight for their civil liberties.
(PRWeb January 28, 2013)
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