Addiction Heroin Addiction

New Hampshire’s Addiction Crisis Trends: Overdoses, Narcan Administered, and Addiction Treatment Broken Down by Individual Counties

It’s no secret that New Hampshire is in the midst of an addiction epidemic of massive proportions. The addiction crisis is sweeping through all states and demographics. The addiction problem in this country has reached a crisis point, and drug-related deaths have surpassed car accidents as the leading cause of preventable deaths in the United States. New

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Why Is There a Heroin Epidemic?

Why Is Heroin So Addictive? We’ve been talking about the opioid epidemic for months now, and the reason for it is that the issue has yet to be resolved entirely with treatment centers. The correlation between heroin overdoses and prescription pain medication has continues to be a concern for many, and it leaves others confused.

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Why Heroin Should Scare You

For many across the country, the opioid epidemic that has plagued our New England cities and towns has only become a bigger problem in recent months as seen in our New England Recovery Center. This might lead many to wonder, “Why is there an opioid epidemic?”. GateHouse Treatment can think of a few reasons people

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Heroin Addiction Concerns NH Voters

One of the largest topics deliberated while the 2016 presidential candidates visited New Hampshire during the primary last month, was the heroin epidemic that has plagued this state for some months now. Heroin addiction has become a growing concern as overdoses and death tolls rise across New Hampshire, and has become one of the most

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How Heroin Impacts The Body

Why is Heroin Addictive? In recent months, we can’t turn on the television without being confronted by the ever present heroin addiction problem around Massachusetts. It has become an increasing concern around New England as death tolls and overdoses continue to rise. GateHouse Treatment knows education is important to addiction prevention and we want to

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