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What Are Hallucinogens? - Drug Information
Hallucinogens are a class of drugs that causes profound distortions in a person's perceptions of reality, otherwise known as hallucinations.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Drinking in the First Weeks
There is comflicting research regarding the effect that drinking alcohol during the first, early weeks of pregnancy has on the fetus.

Ways That Marijuana Impairs Driving
Although many marijuana users don't believe it, smoking weed does impair the ability to operate a motor vehicle in a variety of ways, research shows.

Nine Types of Binge Drinkers Identified
Researchers have studied the social and psychological characteristics of drinkers who regularly consume twice the recommended amount of alcohol.

New, Easy Test Detects Cirrhosis Early
Researchers have developed a new and easy method of detecting cirrhosis of the liver which helps predict the evolution of chronic liver disease, allowing physicians to start proper treatment early on.

Neighborhoods Can Influence Teen Drug Use
Parents and communities need to be aware that visible drug activity in the neighborhood greatly increases the risk of teen illicit drug abuse.

Detachment From a Family Member With Alcoholism
For the friends and family of the alcoholic, detachment means finally letting go of someone else's problem. This step is part of the Al-Anon process.

Not My Teen - Myth Is Drug Abuse Won't Happen to My Teen
There are many myths and misunderstandings concerning the recent increase in teen prescription drug abuse, and not all of them are held by teens.

Myth: Teens Get Prescription Drugs From Street Dealers
One myth surrounding the growing trend of teens abusing prescription drugs is that they buy them from drug dealers on the street or at school.

Underage Students Think Stoned Driving Is Safe
Although most young people have gotten the message that drinking and driving is dangerous, many think driving under the influence of marijuana is OK.

Type A Alcoholics Respond Well to Zoloft
Type A alcoholics had a better treatment response to a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) than did more severe alcoholics.

Most Teens Get Alcohol From Parents, Friends
Underage youth obtain alcohol easily and often and many times the source of their alcohol is their own parents. Girls find alcohol easier than boys.

What Is the Treatment for Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?
There is no cure or treatment for the disabilities of fetal alcohol syndrome. Protective factors can address secondary conditions associated with FAS.

Treating Alcoholism and Addiction with Vivitrol
Vivitrol is an extended-release formulation of naltrexone, an opioid receptor antagonist used in the treatment of alcoholism and opioid addiction.

Tradition 10: Keep it Simple
If AA officially held opinions on various issues outside the program that could serve to alienate members who disagreed.

Tradition 7: Taking Responsibility
As in most of our other traditions this one also keeps outsiders out of our fellowship who will continue to want to take control.

Marijuana May Impair Male Fertility
Men who smoke marijuana frequently have significantly less seminal fluid, a lower total sperm count and their sperm behave abnormally, research shows.

Marijuana: The Myths Are Killing Us
Karen Tandy, the administrator of the DEA, examined the harm done to the youth of America by myths surrounding marijuana use in Police Chief Magazine.

Marijuana - Frequently Asked Questions by Families
Now that the legalization of marijuana for medical and recreational use has become more widespread, parents and their children have many questions.

Does Marijuana Use Lead to Later Drug Abuse?
One study found when a person begins to smoke marijuana has a significant influence on whether they will develop problems with drugs and alcohol later.

Malt Liquor Consumers Drink More and More Often
Malt liquor beer drinkers are more likely to be homeless, unemployed, receive public assistance, and tend to drink more alcohol, more often.

Classic Movies & Videos About Alcoholism/ Drug Recovery
These movies portray the recovery options available to those who are trying to overcome alcoholism as well as those who are affected by their drinking.

Top Myths About Drinking Alcohol
These are the most common misconceptions that many people have about drinking alcohol and the effects of alcohol, along with the actual facts.

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Marijuana Photo Gallery
Photos of marijuana growing indoors and after it is processed for distribution.

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Lung Infection Risk Increases with Drinking, Smoking
Researchers found that drinking alcohol increases the movement of harmful bacteria into the lungs, while smoking exacerbates the bacterial penetration.

Tips for Reducing Underage Binge Drinking
The NYU Child Study Center suggests tips for parents to curb teen binge drinking by maximizing the influence they have over their children's decision-making process.

Long-Term Effects of Methamphetamine Abuse
The question is asked about the long-term effects of methamphetamine abuse on users, which includes the problem of addiction.

Long-Term Marijuana Use Affects Memory
Long-term and frequent marijuana use causes memory, speed of thinking and other cognitive abilities to get worse over time.

What Are the Long-Term Effects of Heroin Use?
Heroin use, like most illicit drugs, can produce profound levels of tolerance, physical dependence, and eventually full-blown addiction. Learn how.

Long-Term Antabuse Treatment Shows Big Results
A nine-year study of chronic alcoholics in Europe found that the psychological effects of long-term treatment can produce improved abstinence rates.

5 Tips for Parents to Keep Teens Away From Drugs
Research shows that parents can have considerable influence on the decisions their teens make regarding alcohol consumption and substance abuse.

If You Can't Cut Down on Your Drinking
If you find that you cannot cut back on your drinking, here are some resources that you may find helpful in trying to quit altogether.

Use Whatever Works for You to Reduce Alcohol Harm
Here are some tips and tricks that others have used to succesfully cut down on the amount of alcohol they consume.

Learn How to Say 'No'
Learn how to politely say

Set a Realistic Goal for the Amount You Will Drink
Write down how many drinks you want to drink per day and how many days a week you want to drink as a goal you hope to achieve.

Count Your Drinks
Making the effort to record how many drinks you have may also help you reduce or slow down your alcohol consumption.

Measure the Alcohol in Your Drinks
Stick to your goal when you are away from home, dining out or in a bar, and especially when you are at home pouring your own drinks.

Pace Yourself as You Drink
Some drinkers trying to cut down have been successful by pacing their drinking - sipping their drinks slowly or having only one per hour.

Space Your Drinks
Another trick for cutting down alcohol consumption is to use drink spacers - nonalcoholic beverages between drinks containing alcohol.

Don't Forget to Eat
Making sure you eat a meal at times when you usually drink might help you reduce the amount of alcohol you drink.

Avoid Your Drinking Triggers
Whether you are trying to cut down or quit drinking altogether, it is a good idea to avoid situations in which you are used to drinking.

Do Something Else Besides Drinking
Find some activity that you enjoy that will occupy the time during which you would usually be drinking alcohol.

Thinking About Changing Your Drinking?
Drinking more than the recommended guidelines for daily and weekly alcohol consumption can put you a risk for a variety of alcohol-related problems.

The Tweak Alcohol Screening Test
The TWEAK alcohol screening test is a short, five-question quiz which was originally designed to screen pregnant women for harmful drinking habits.

Legalizing Marijuana Sends Youth the Wrong Message
Officials are concerned that legalizing marijuana for medical and recreational use sends the wrong message to those most vulnerable to its effects.

Alcohol Hangover (Symptoms, Causes, Prevention, Treatment)
A hangover is a collection of unpleasant physical and mental symptoms that occur after a session of heavy alcohol consumption.

The RAPS4 Alcohol Screening Test
The RAPS4 alcohol screening test is a four-question quiz designed for busy clinical healthcare offices that has been shown to be effective.

MAST - Michigan Alcohol Screening Test
Developed in 1971, the Michigan Alcohol Screening Test (MAST) is one of the oldest and most accurate alcohol screening tests available.

The Debate About Lowering the Drinking Age
The high-profile arrests of President Bush's 19-year-old daughter for underage drinking offenses, put the lower drinking age debate back in the spotlight.

The Legacy of Alcoholism in the Family
Growing up with two alcoholics is tumultuous to say the least and a nightmare to say the worst.

The Importance of Family Dinners in Preventing Substance Abuse
The number of teens who have regular family dinners drops by 50 percent as their substance abuse risk increases sevenfold, according to a survey of 12 to 17 year olds released by the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse.

The Health Effects of Heroin
Whether injected, snorted or smoked, heroin will begin to affect the body's central nervous system almost immediately after it is used.

The Fourth Stage of Rehab Is Advanced Recovery
The fourth stage of alcohol and drug rehab is reaching a state of advanced recovery in which you continue to lead a lifelong sober lifestyle.

Social and Health Issues for Women Who Drink
Women who drink alcohol face a different set of issues than males who drink, as well as some of the same problems that all drinkers face.

The Cost of Excessive Alcohol Use in the U.S.
Binge drinking was responsible for more than three-quarters of the total annual cost to society for excessive alcohol consumption in the United States.

The Effects of Parental Alcoholism on Children
One major misconception that many alcoholics and addicts seem to have is that their drinking or substance abuse only affects them, not anyone else.

The Dangers of the Holiday Season
The holiday season is the most dangerous season of the year, for those trying to maintain sobriety and for anyone driving on the public highways.

Learn About the Causes of a Hangover
Hangovers are caused by a variety of factors including the direct effect of alcohol on the systems of the body as well as other factors associated with drinking behavior.

The Butterfly and Al-Anon
When most of us come to Al-Anon, we are similar to the butterfly. We, too, were unlovely creatures. Our spirits could merely crawl, never soar.

Is a DUI a Felony Charge or a Misdemeanor?
In most situations a charge of driving under the influence is a misdemeanor, but there are circumstances in which a DUI can be charged as a felony.

The A.A. Program vs. the A.A. Fellowship
Without understanding the difference, it's easy to assume that anything and everything said at a meeting is the authoritative word on the subject.

Teens in Treatment Report Marijuana Withdrawal Symptoms
A new study shows that teens that use marijuana frequently also may face the same withdrawal symptoms that have been found to challenge adult marijuana users trying to quit.

Teen Drinking Influenced by Alcohol Advertising
Parents who want to keep their children away from alcohol as long as possible might want to pay attention to the advertising that is targeting their kids.

Teen Drinking and Behavior Problems
Adolescents, age 12 to 17, who use alcohol are more likely to report behavioral problems, especially aggressive, delinquent and criminal behaviors.

High Stress Teens Twice as Likely to Drink or Use Drugs
The risk that teens will abuse substances increases sharply if they are highly stressed, frequently bored or have substantial amounts of spending money.

Talk With Others Trying to Quit
Since 1997, this Alcoholism site has offered visitors the opportunity to talk with others who are dealing with alcoholism and addiction.

Knowing Risk Factors Can Help Identify Elderly Alcoholics
Less than half of alcoholics over 65 are diagnosed,because often the telltale signs of alcohol dependence are masked by patient denial and good health.

Kids Involved in Religion Less Likely to Drink or do Drugs
If you have children about to become teens, there is one thing that you can do that will greatly reduce their chances of drinking before age 21.

I Take Insulin, Can I Drink Alcohol?
People with diabetes who take medication to control their blood sugar -- insulin shots or oral diabetes pills -- run the risk of low blood sugar levels

Sweet Tooth, Alcoholism Linked
A study of twins found that a craving for sweets and the urge to drink may stem from the same gene, linking a sweet tooth to future alcoholism.

How Do Women Recover From Addiction?
Women initiate recovery from drug and alcohol addiction for reasons you may not expect, according to a small study of former female addicts.

Study Guide to the AA Big Book - Problem With the Word "God"
A long-time member of Alcoholics Anonymous has written a Study Guide to the the Big Book which is dedicated to those who have difficulty with the word 'God.'

Study Defines Most Effective Alcoholism Treatments
The COMBINE study found that alcohol dependent patients who took medication and had counseling sessions had the best treatment outcomes.

The Dangers of Substance Abuse in the Workplace
Alcohol and drug abuse by employees cause many expensive problems ranging from lost productivity, injuries, and increases the health insurance claims.

How to Prevent a Child From Using Marijuana
There is no magic bullet for preventing teenage drug use, but there are many things parents can do to have an influence in their children's lives.

States Adopt No Refusal DUI Strategy
States and communities across the nation are beginning to crack down on drunk drivers by adopting a 'No Refusal' strategy for blood-alcohol testing.

Spring Break is Potentially Life Threatening
Spring break is no longer an innocent respite from the rigors of college academics, it's potentially life threatening, says the American Medical Association.

Spouse's Attitude Can Affect Alcoholic's Relapse
Research has found that alcoholics and addicts have been recovery outcomes if the family is also involved in the process to offer support.

Smoking Tobacco Can Jeopardize Successful Recovery
Unfortunately, one of the stumbling blocks for many recovering alcoholics in developing a healthy lifestyle is the fact that most of them use tobacco.

Smoking Marijuana Doubles Risk of Fatal Accidents
Driving after smoking even a small amount of marijuana almost doubles the risk of a fatal highway accident, according to a study of 10,748 drivers.

Smokers Underestimate Marijuana's Harm
Young people who do not smoke marijuana end up with a better quality of life and higher levels of educational achievement than their peers who do smoke marijuana. Those who do smoke pot early in life have lower incomes and greater health problems later in life, according to a study.

Sometimes Al-Anon Members Choose Divorce
The marriage itself was powerless over alcohol; its many positive ingredients could not withstand persistent doses of alcohol poisoning.

College Students at Risk During Alcohol-Related Blackouts
People experiencing blackouts can make dangerous choices when their judgment, impulse control and decision-making ability is impaired by alcohol.

Smoking and Drinking Causes Brain Injury
Chronic smoking and drinking causes both separate and interactive neurobiological and functional injuries to the brain, bad news for alcoholics.

The SMART Alcohol Recovery Program
SMART RecoveryŽ is an abstinence-based, not-for-profit organization that uses common sense self-help procedures

Signs and Symptoms of Alcoholism
There are many signs and symptoms of drinking problems, but there are major symptoms of the most severe drinking problem, severe alcohol use disorder.

How Long Does Tussionex Stay in Your System?
Tussionex - a combination of chlorpheniramine and hydrocodone - can be detected for a shorter time with some tests, longer with others.

How Long Does Ritalin Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long Ritalin is detectable in the body depends on many variables, including which kind drug test is being used.

How Long Does Roxicodone Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long Roxicodone is detectable in the body depends on many variables, including which kind of drug test is being used.

How Long Does Methadone Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long methadone is detectable in the body depends on many variables.

How Long Does Morphine Stay in Your System?
Knowing how long morphine remains in the system can help prevent an accidental overdose by taking more of the medication too soon.

How Long Does Lortab Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long Lortab is detectable in the body depends on many variables, including which kind drug test is being used.

How Long Does MDMA Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long MDMA is detectable in the body depends on many variables.

How Long Does Marinol Stay in Your System?
How long Marinol is detectable in the body depends on many variables, including which kind drug test is being used.

How Long Do Drugs Stay in Your System?
Many factors can affect how long a prescription or illegal drug can be detected in an individual's urine, blood or saliva tests. There is no pat answer.

How Long Does Librium Stay in Your System?
When trying to determine how long librium is detectable in the body there are several variables to consider, including the kind drug test is being used.

How Long Does Fentanyl Stay in Your System?
Because Fentanyl is usually prescribed to patients already taking other opioid medications, the risk of overdose is greater.

How Long Does Heroin Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long heroin is detectable in the body depends on several different variables.

How Long Does Hydromorphone Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long hydromorphone is detectable in the body depends on many variables.

How Long Does Cocaine Stay in Your System?
Cocaine itself is metabolized in the body so rapidly that it is not detectable in most screening tests. Those test actually screen for benzoylecgonine.

How Long Does Codeine Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long codeine is detectable in the body depends on many variables.

How Long Does Cotinine Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long contine is detectable in the body depends on many variables.

How Long Does DMT Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long the psychedelic compound DMT is detectable in the body depends on many variables.

How Long Does Diazepam Stay in Your System?
Trying to establish how long diazepam is detectable in the body depends on many variables, including which kind drug test is being used.

How Long Does Dilaudid Stay in Your System?
To determine exactly how long dilaudid is detectable in the body several variables must be taken into account, including which kind drug test is being used.

How Long Does Buprenorphine Stay in Your System?
If you suspect someone has overdosed on buprenorphine, call the poison control center at 1-800-222-1222 or call 9-1-1 immediately.

How Long Does Versed Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long versed is detectable in the body depends on many variables, including which kind drug test is being used.

How Long Does Tylenol #3 Stay in Your System?
Tylenol #3 - which is a combination of acetaminophen and codeine - can be detected for a shorter time with some tests and longer with others.

How Long Does Valium Stay in Your System?
Several variables factor into determining how long Valium remains in the boyd's system, including which kind drug test is being used.

How Long Does MethylPhenidate Stay in Your System?
Knowing how long MethylPhenidate remainds in the system can help prevent an accidental overdose of the stimulant used to treat ADHD.

How Is Methamphetamine Used?
Because methamphetamine is produced in several different forms, it can be smoked, snorted, injected or swallowed.

How Is Heroin Used?
Heroin is used in various ways. It can be injected, snorted, sniffed and smoked, depending on the purity of the drug and the preference of the user.

How Effective is Drug Addiction Treatment?
The goal of treatment is not only to get the person to stop using drugs, but also to return the individual to a productive member of society.

Share Your Story, Update Your Information
Use these forms to update information about your alcohol or drug treatment center, A.A. or N.A. Intergroup, or to share your personal recovery story.

Should Parents Use Home Drug Tests?
Home testing kits have become popular in recent years for parents trying to determine if their children are using drugs, but are the tests really effective?

Hope for Alcoholics With Korsakoff Syndrome
Researchers have found that individuals with Korsakoff Syndrome retain the ability to learn information when it is presented visually.

How Can I Get an Alcoholic Into Treatment?
An alcoholic cannot be forced to get help except under certain circumstances, such as after a violent incident or following a medical emergency.

Holiday Tips for Staying Clean and Sober From People in Recovery
Check out these helpful tips on dealing with the pressure of staying sober during the holiday season.

SAMe May Help Treat Alcohol Liver Disease
The supplement SAMe, which has been promoted as a treatment for arthritis and depression, may or may not offer some hope for chronic liver disease.

Heroin Frequently Asked Questions
Here are the most frequently asked questions about heroin received by the National Institute on Drug Abuse. Find out more about its growing threat.

What Are the Medical Complications of Chronic Heroin Use?
Chronic heroin use - whether it is injected, snorted or smoked - can cause the user a wide variety of severe medical complications.

Why Are Heroin Users at Risk for Contracting AIDS?
Activities and behaviors surrounding the use of heroin increase the risk of being exposed to HIV, viral hepatitis and other infections.

Helping Others Enhances Your Own Recovery
There is scientific evidence that supports the idea that helping others actually helps alcoholics and addicts become and stay clean and sober.

Heavy Marijuana Use Affects Learning, Social Skills
A vast amount of scientific research has shown that heavy marijuana use negatively effects smokers' learning abilities and social skills.

Resist Drinking at Social Events
Not drinking while everyone at the party is can be difficult, but it can be done with preparation and a genuine desire to stay clean and sober.

Recovery Resources for Christians
Addiction is no respecter of persons. Alcohol and drug abuse can affect anyone and any family, including of course Christian families.

Maintaining Your Recovery During the Holidays
Some tips on maintaining sobriety and recovery goals during the holiday season from a certified alcoholism and drug dependency counselor.

Planning Recovery During the Holidays
A certified alcoholism and drug dependency counselor offers tips on maintaining recovery during the holidays. Page 2.

Hallucinogens - Frequently Asked Questions
Hallucinogens can disrupt a person's ability to think and communicate rationally, or even to recognize reality, sometimes resulting in bizarre or dangerous behavior.

Guidelines Updated for Treating Drug-Addicted Newborns
Pediatricians and hospitals have been given new guidelines for identifying, monitoring and treating newborns exposed to pain killers and other drugs.

Rapid Detoxification is No Magic Pill
One new process currently used -- rapid opioid detoxification -- has found itself in the midst of growing controversy about effectiveness and safety.

Getting Help for Drug Addiction
Finding the right treatment program involves careful consideration of such things as the setting, length of care, philosophical approach and your or your loved one's needs.

Genetics and Alcohol Liver Disease
British research shows that genetic factors may play a role in determining those who are at increased risk of developing alcoholic liver disease.

Problem Drinkers - Not Everyone Needs Help to Quit
Many people who have a problem with alcohol are not alcoholics, and in order to quit drinking they do not necessarily need medical treatment, peer group support, or a spiritual awakening.

Prevalence of Alcoholism in the United States
It really is not possible to determine the number of alcoholics in the United States because there really is no official diagnosis of alcoholism.

Basic Facts about Cocaine
Cocaine is a drug (paste) extracted from the leaves of the South American coca plant. It is a strong and addictive central nervous system stimulate.

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Frequently Asked Questions About Alcohol and Alcoholism
Not everyone who has an alcohol problem is an alcoholic. There are varying degrees or levels of alcohol use disorders, from mild to moderate to severe.

Safe Holiday Party - Planning a Safe Holiday Party
There are ways to organize fun, yet safe, parties that will prevent family and friends from becoming the next alcohol- or drug-related statistic.

Photos of Commonly Abused Illegal & Prescription Drugs
If you found illegal drugs in your child's room, would you be able to recognize them? Would you recognize prescription drugs that can be abused?

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Sedatives and Depressants Photo Gallery
Photographs from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency of sedatives and depressants which can be abused and can become addictive.

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Methamphetamine Photos
Here are pictures from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration of methamphetamine in various forms. Meth can be made into powder, crystals or even a pill form.

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Penalties for Driving Drunk
What fate awaits those arrested for drunk driving? You may be surprised to find that penalties, even the first offense, have been increased drastically.

Parents Warned About Home Drug Testing
Home drug-testing kits sold on the Internet may make it easy for parents to test their children for illegal substances, but that approach may not be the best idea.

Painkiller Addicts Shifting to Heroin
A survey of more than 15,000 patients seeking treatment found that many addicted to pain pills are shifting to cheaper, more accessible heroin.

Overprescribing Doctor Convicted of Three Murders
A Los Angeles doctor was convicted of three counts of second-degree murder in the overdose deaths of patients for whom she prescribed painkillers.

Opioid Overdose Resuscitation Tips
Prescription opioids and heroin overdose deaths in the U.S. have increased dramatically in recent years. These tips could help save someone's life.

Once-A-Month Naltrexone Injection Effective
Because of problems with adherence to a daily oral dose of naltrexone, a once-a-month injection improved long-term treatment outcomes.

Alcoholism Subtypes Identified by Researchers
Dispelling the myth of the typical alcoholic, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism researchers have identified five subtypes of alcoholics.

Is the Use of Methadone and Buprenorphine Replacing One Addiction for Another?
The effects they have on the patient are very different from those of heroin. They are not a heroin substitute.

A Study of Tradition 1 of the Twelve Traditions
Without unity within the group, members of twelve-step support groups will find it difficult to make personal progress.

Acceptance Is the Key to Serenity
Accepting things exactly as they are can be the key that unlocks the door to happiness, according to a famous passage from the A.A. Big Book.

Is Hepatitis a Sexually Transmitted Disease?
Some types of hepatitis are sexually transmitted diseases (STDs).

Survey Finds That Many Recover From Alcoholism
More than one-third (35.9 percent) of U.S. adults with alcohol dependence who began recovery more than one year ago are still in full recovery.

Full Apologies for Drunken Driving at FullApologies.com
FullApologies.com was created to show the impact of driving while under the influence of alcohol.

How Long Can I Live with Alcoholic Liver Disease?
Learn the possible life expectancy rates in years and months for a person diagnosed with an advanced case of alcoholic liver disease, or cirrhosis.

Kathy H.'s Alcoholism Recovery Story
My cocktail hour had turned into all day long. I drank, passed out, drank, passed out. Like all alcoholics, I thought I might be drinking a little too much.

How Do I Know My Child Has Fetal Alcohol Syndrome?
FAS is the severe end of a spectrum of effects that can occur when a woman drinks during pregnancy - with fetal death being the most severe case.

How Long Does Ultram Stay in Your System?
Determining exactly how long ultram is detectable in the body depends on many variables.

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Five-Shot Questionnaire Alcohol Screening
The five-shot questionnaire is another short, self-administered test, used to recognize heavy alcohol drinking in its early phase.

Brief Intervention Can Reduce Drug Abuse
A brief, one-time meeting with a peer addiction counselor has been shown to help some cocaine and heroin abusers to reduce their drug use.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome Frequently Asked Questions
Drinking during pregnancy may not be the leading cause of birth defects, but it is the No. 1 preventable cause of mental retardation and birth defects.

Drinking May Worsen Hepatitis C Infection
Studying molecular mechanisms in cell cultures, researchers explain the role of alcohol in aggravating hepatitis C infection and interfering with treatment.

Books About Drug Addiction and Recovery
These books define drug addiction, explain how addiction develops and offer a wide-variety of views on how drug addiction can be prevented and overcome.

Information on Why Addiction Is a 'Brain Disease'
Initial drug use may be voluntary, but once addiction develops control is disrupted in the circuitry of the brain.

Research Done on Alcohol and Violence
Understanding the association between alcohol use and violence could produce potent new ways to reduce their frequency and their consequences.

Alcoholics More Likely to Have Personality Disorders
The prevalence of personality disorders among patients with alcohol and drug use disorders is significant in the United States population, according to NIAAA research.

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Self Mutilation or Self Injury
Self mutilation, self injury or self inflicted violence is defined as the intentional harm of one's own body tissue without conscious suicidal intent. The vast majority of self-mutilators, or cutters as they are sometimes called, are young middle to upper-class adelescent females.

SMART Recovery Resources
SMART Recovery is an alternative self-help program for recovery from alcohol or drug abuse. It provides Self Management And Recovery Training.

Setting Boundaries
What are boundaries. How do you set them and stick to them? These articles explain setting personal boundaries.

Gam-Anon Resources
Information and resources for the families of compulsive gamblers.

Nalmefene
Nalmefene, also known as Revex, is used in the medical treatment of alcoholism because it has been found to reduce craving for some alcohol dependent patients.

Nar-Anon Resources
Information and resources for the friends and familes of drug addicts and substance abusers.

A.A. History in Pictures
Photographic history of Alcoholics Anonymous.

Antabuse - Using Antabuse to Maintain Sobriety
Antabuse, also known as disulfiram, was the first medication approved for helping problem drinkers quit drinking by causing a reaction to drinking.

Online Recovery a Safe First Step for Some
Online meetings provide a level of anonymity that going to a live, face-to-face meeting cannot necessarily guarantee.

Brass Pipe - Photo of a Brass Drug Pipe
Photos of a brass pipe used to smoke drugs such as hashish, marijuana, meth or crack cocaine. Page 8.

Cocaine Line - Snorting a Line of Cocaine With $20 Bill
Photo of snorting a line of cocaine with a rolled up $20 bill. Page 6.

Glass Pipe - Photo of Glass Crack Pipe Sold at Convenience Stores
Closeup photo of a glass crack cocaine pipe sold in many convenience stores. Page 17.

Glass Pen Pipes - Photo of Glass Pen Pipes Use to Smoke Crack
Photos of glass pens sold in stores legally but used to smoke crack cocaine. Page 15.

Glass Crack Pipes - Photo of Glass Pipes With Flowers Inside
Photos of glass crack pipes with flowers inside sold in convenient stores. Page 16.

Photo of Heroin Spoon and Syringe
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Hookah - Photo of a Hookah Used to Smoke Marijuana
Photo of a hookah used mainly to smoke marijuana or hashish. Page 12.

Job Cigarette Papers - Photo of Job Marijuana Cigarette Rolling Papers
Photo of a package of Job marijuana cigarette rolling papers. Page 19.

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Bong - Photo of a Marijuana Bong
Photo of a bong used by marijuana smokers. Page 11.

Metal Pipe - Photo of Metal Crack Pipe
Photo of a metal pipe that can be used to smoke crack cocaine, methampethamine, marijuana or hashish. Page 9.

Meth Pipe - Photo of Pipe Used to Smoke Methamphetamine
Photo of glass pipe used to smoke meth or other drugs. Page 7.

Cocaine Paraphernalia - Picture of Razor and Mirror Used as Cocaine Paraphernalia
Razor and mirror used to snort a line of powdered cocaine. Page 2.

Rolling Papers - Photo of Marijuana Rolling Papers
Photos of a man rolling a marijuana joint with rolling papers. Page 18.

Small Scales - Small Scales Used to Weigh Drugs
Photo of small scales usually used to weight small amounts of drugs. Page 4.

Syringe - Small Syringe Used to Inject Illicit Drugs
Picture of small syringe used by illicit drug users. Page 3.

Triple Beam Scales - Triple Beam Scales Used by Drug Dealers
Photos of triple beam scales used by many drug dealers. Page 5.

Water Pipe - Photo of a Water Pipe or Bong
Photo of a glass water pipe or bong used mainly to smoke marijuana. Page 10.

Zig-Zag Rolling Papers - Photo of Zig-Zag Marijuana Rolling Papers
Photo of a package of Zig-Zag cigarette rolling papers. Page 20.

Ambien 10 mg
Ambien (zolpidem) is used to treat insomnia. Zolpidem belongs to a class of medications called sedative-hypnotics. Zolpidem works by slowing activity in the brain.

Nembutal 100 mg
Nembutal (pentobarbital), a barbiturate, is used in the short-term treatment of insomnia. It is also used as a sedative to relieve anxiety and induce sleep before surgery. Page 24.

Oxazepam 15 mg
Oxazepam is used to relieve anxiety. It also is used to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 25.

Oxazempam 30 mg
Oxazepam is used to relieve anxiety. It also is used to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 26.

Restoril 15 mg - Photo of a 15 mg Restoril Capsule
Restoril (temazepam) is used to treat insomnia, usually on a short-term basis. Page 27.

Restoril 30 mg
Restoril (temazepam) is used on a short-term basis to treat insomnia. Page 28.

Rophypnol 3 mg
Rophypnol is a sedative known as a

Seconal 100 mg
Seconal (secobarbital), a barbiturate, is used in the short-term treatment of insomnia. It is also used as a sedative to relieve anxiety before surgery. Page 30.

Serax 5 mg
Serax (oxazepam) is used to relieve anxiety. It also is used to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 31.

Tranxene 15 mg
Tranxene (clorazepate) is used to relieve anxiety. It also is used to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal as well as to control seizures. Page 32.

Tranxene 3.75 mg
Tranxene (clorazepate) is used to relieve anxiety. It also is used to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal as well as seizures. Page 33.

Tranxene 7.5 mg
Tranxene (clorazepate) is used to relieve anxiety. It also is used to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal and to control seizures. Page 34.

Tuinal 100 mg
Tuinal is a combination product containing Amobarbital Sodium and Secobarbital Sodium. It is used in the short-term treatment of insomnia and to relieve anxiety, including anxiety before surgery. Page 35.

Valium 10 mg
Valium (diazepam) is used to relieve anxiety, muscle spasms, and seizures and to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 36.

Valium 2 mg
Valium (diazepam) is used to relieve anxiety, muscle spasms, and seizures and to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 37.

Valium 5 mg
Valium (diazepam) is used to relieve anxiety, muscle spasms, and seizures and to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 38.

Xanax .25 mg
Xanax (alprazolam) is used to treat anxiety disorders and panic attacks. It is a benzodiazepine that works by decreasing abnormal excitement in the brain. Page 39.

Xanax .5 mg
Xanax (alprazolam) is used to treat anxiety disorders and panic attacks. It is a benzodiazepine that works by decreasing abnormal excitement in the brain. Page 40.

Xanax 1 mg
Xanax (alprazolam) is used to treat anxiety disorders and panic attacks. It is a benzodiazepine that works by decreasing abnormal excitement in the brain. Page 41.

Ambien 5 mg
Ambien (zolpidem) is used to treat insomnia. Zolpidem belongs to a class of medications called sedative-hypnotics. Zolpidem works by slowing activity in the brain. Page 2.

Amytal Sodium 200 mg
Amytal Sodium (amobarbital), a barbiturate, is used for short-term insomnia treatment to help patients fall asleep and sleep through the night. It is also used as a sedative to relieve anxiety, including anxiety before surgery. Page 3.

Ativan 2 mg
Ativan (lorazepam) is used to relieve anxiety. Page 4.

Ativan 1 mg
Ativan (lorazepam) is used to relieve anxiety. Page 5.

Ativan 5 mg
Ativan (lorazepam) is used to relieve anxiety. Page 6.

Centrax 10 mg
Centrax (prazepam) is no longer legally available in the U.S. Prazepam is used to relieve anxiety. Page 7.

Cenrax 10mg Capsule
Centrax (prazepam) is no longer legally available in the U.S. Prazepam is used to relieve anxiety. Page 8.

Centrax 5 mg
Centrax (prazepam) is no longer legally available in the U.S. Prazepam is used to relieve anxiety. Page 9.

Dalmane 15 mg
Dalmane (flurazepam) is used to treat insomnia. Flurazepam is in a class of medications called benzodiazepines. Page 10.

Dalmane 30 mg
Dalmane (flurazepam) is used to treat insomnia. Flurazepam is in a class of medications called benzodiazepines. Page 11.

Doriden 500 mg
Doriden (glutethimide) is used to treat insomnia, but it has generally been replaced by safer and more effective medicines, such as benzodiazepines like Dalmane. Page 12.

Equanil 200 mg
Equanil (meprobamate) is used to relieve nervousness or tension. Page 13.

Equanil 400 mg
Equanil (meprobamate) is used to relieve nervousness or tension. Page 14.

Halcion 25 mg
Halcion (triazolam) is used on a short-term basis to treat insomnia. Page 15.

Halcion 5 mg
Halcion (triazolam) is used on a short-term basis to treat insomnia. Page 16.

Klonopin 5 mg
Klonopin (clonazepam) is used to control seizures. It is also used to relieve anxiety. Page 17.

Klonopin 1 mg
Klonopin (clonazepam) is used to control seizures. It is also used to relieve anxiety. Page 18.

Librium 10 mg
Librium (chlordiaezpoxide) is used to relieve anxiety and to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 19.

Librium 5 mg
Librium (chlordiaezpoxide) is used to relieve anxiety and to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 21.

Miltown 400 mg
Miltown (meprobamate) is used to treat anxiety disorders or for short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety. Page 22.

Miltown 600 mg
Miltown (meprobamate) is used to treat anxiety disorders or for short-term relief of the symptoms of anxiety. Page 23.

Librium 25 mg
Librium (chlordiaezpoxide) is used to relieve anxiety and to control agitation caused by alcohol withdrawal. Page 20.

Sedatives and Depressants Photo Gallery
Photographs from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency of sedatives and depressants which can be abused and can become addictive.

Sedatives and Depressants Photo Gallery
Photographs from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency of sedatives and depressants which can be abused and can become addictive.

Sedatives and Depressants Photo Gallery
Photographs from the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency of sedatives and depressants which can be abused and can become addictive.

Adipex - Picture of Adipex 37.5 mg
Adipex (phentermine) is a diet pill. Page 7.

Dexedrine - Picture of Dexedrine 10mg
Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine) is a stimulant. Page 3.

Didrex - Picture of Didrex 50mg
Didrex (benzphetamine) is a diet pill.

Fastin - Picture of Fastin 30mg
Fastin (phentermine) is a diet pill. Page 2.

Ionamin - Picture of Ionamin 15mg
Ionamin (phentermine) is a diet pill. Page 4.

Ionamin - Picture of Ionamin 30mg
Ionamin (phentermine) is a diet pill. Page 5.

Phentermine - Picture of Phentermine
Phentermine is a diet pill. Alcoholism. Page 6.

Picture of Pseudoephedrine
Pseudoephedrine is a decongestant. Page 8.

Ritalin - Picture of Ritalin 10 mg
Ritalin (methylphenidate) is a stimulant. Page 9.

Tenuate - Picture of Tenuate 25mg
Tenuate (diethylpropion) is a diet pill. Page 10.

Tenuate - Picture of Tenuate 75mg
Tenuate Dospan (diethylpropion) is a diet pill. Page 11.

Black Tar - Picture of Black Tar Heroin
Black tar heroin is usually produced in Mexico and generally contains a very low percentage of pure heroin.

Photo of Asian Heroin
Southeast Asian heroin is usually white, powdered, and highly water soluble. Page 2.

Heroin - Closeup Picture of Heroin
Brown heroin is produced in the first stage of purification of the drug. Page 3.

Powdered Heroin - Picture of Powdered Heroin
White heroin can actually appear pink, brown, beige or otherwise off-white. Page 4.

California Al-Anon Meetings
Find an Al-Anon Family Group meeting near you in California.

Tennessee A.A. Meeting Contacts
Alcoholics Anonymous meeting contact information for Tennessee.

Connecticut A.A. Meeting Contacts
Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroups and Central Office telephone numbers for Connecticut.

Alabama A.A. Meeting Contacts
Alcoholics Anonymous Intergroups and Central Office telephone numbers for Alabama.

Pictures of Various Drug Paraphernalia
Photographs to help you identify various paraphernalia associated with illicit drug use.

Michigan Narcotics Anonymous Meetings
Find Narcotic Anonymous schedules for meeting near you in Michigan.

Maryland Narcotics Anonymous Meetings
Find Narcotics Anonymous schedules for meetings near you in Maryland.

New Hampshire A.A. Meetings
Find an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting near you in New Hampshire

Delaware Narcotics Anonymous Meetings
Find a Narcotics Anonymous meeting in the Delmarva area, including Delaware, Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) Meetings in Tennessee
Find a Narcotics Anonymous meeting near you in Tennessee.

Narcotics Anonymous Meetings - State by State Schedules
Find lists of face-to-face Narcotics Anonymous meetings in your area.

How Does Cocaine Produce Its Effects?
A great amount of research has been devoted to understanding the way cocaine produces its pleasurable effects, and the reasons it is so addictive.

Anniversary Medallions - Sobriety Chips
Clipart versions of Alcoholics Anonymous anniversary medallions and sobriety chips.

Anniversary Medallions - Sobriety Chips
Clipart versions of Alcoholics Anonymous anniversary medallions and sobriety chips.

Anniversary Medallions - Sobriety Chips
Clipart versions of Alcoholics Anonymous anniversary medallions and sobriety chips.

Anniversary Medallions - Sobriety Chips
Clipart versions of Alcoholics Anonymous anniversary medallions and sobriety chips.

Anniversary Medallions - Sobriety Chips
Clipart versions of Alcoholics Anonymous anniversary medallions and sobriety chips.

Anniversary Medallions - Sobriety Chips
Clipart versions of Alcoholics Anonymous anniversary medallions and sobriety chips.

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MADD - Mothers Against Drunk Driving Chapters
Web sites of local chapters of Mothers Against Drunk Driving.

Blogs Written by People in Recovery
Personal weblogs of people in recovery from alcoholism or addiction.

Sober Dating Websites
Online dating Web sites designed specifically for clean and sober people.

Recovery Software and Online Tools
Software and online tools for 12 step recovery program members.

Sober Vacations and Retreats
Vacation and travel opportunties for people who are in recovery from alcoholism or addictions.

Victims of Drunk Driving
Victims of Drunk Driving -- The definitive source for exploring information on alcoholism on the net

Personal Recovery Pages
Web sites and pages maintained by folks in recovery.

Picture of Raw Cocaine
The raw form of cocaine. Alcoholism.

Sobriety Chip for 30 Days - Clipart Medallion
Pick up a clipart version of a day 1 sobriety chip.

Marijuana Photo Gallery
Photos of marijuana growing indoors and after it is processed for distribution.

Photos of Several Marijuana Buds
Typically, marijuana users will crush or cut off tiny pieces of the plant's buds, pictured here, to make it easier to smoke in cigarettes, pipes or bongs. Page 15.

Photo of Marijuana Growing Indoors
Indoor marijuana growing operations such as this one have become more common as the technology available to law enforcement agencies to detect marijuana growing outdoors has increased. Page 3.

Photo of a Baggie of Marijuana
This photo shows a larger quantity of marijuana, probably about one ounce, in a plastic baggie ready for sale. Page 11.

Close Up Photo of a Marijuana Bud
The tiny details in this extreme close-up photograph of a marijuana bud reveals that it is probably high-grade quality. Page 13.

Pictures of Indoor Marijuana Plants
Marijuana, like most plants, grow best outdoors with plenty of sunshine, but law enforcement efforts have forced users to grow marijuana indoors in containers like this one.

Pictures of Chopped Up Marijuana
For weed to get to the stage that it appears in this photograph, the plants have to be dried out and then chopped or broken up into smaller pieces. Page 2.

Photo of Marijuana Joints and Seeds
If you find marijuana in your child's room, this is likely the forms that you would find - crushed up leaves ready to roll into cigarettes, seeds removed from the weed before it is rolled or the hand-rolled cigarettes themselves. Page 9.

Desoxyn - Picture of Desoxyn
Desoxyn (desoxyephedrine) is the pharmaceutical form of methamphetamine.

Meth - Bag of Ice Methamphetamine
Bag of Ice Methamphetamine. Alcoholism. Page 2.

Meth Pipe - Picture of Meth and Pipe
Picture of Ice Methamphetamine and Pipe. Page 3.

Methamphetamine - Closeup Picture of Crystal Meth
Closeup Picture of Crystal Meth. Alcoholism. Page 4.

Crystal Meth - Picture of Methamphetamine Crystals
Picture of Methamphetamine Crystals. Page 5.

Powdered Meth - Picture of Powdered Meth
Picture of Powdered Meth. Alcoholism. Page 6.

47-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 47 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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48-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 48 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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49-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 49 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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50-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 50 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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51-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 51 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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52-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 52 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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53-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 53 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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54-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 54 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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55-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 55 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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56-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 56 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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57-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 57 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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58-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 58 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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59-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 59 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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60-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 60 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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61-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 61 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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62-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 62 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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63-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 63 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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64-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 64 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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65-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 65 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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66-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 66 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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67-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 67 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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68-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 68 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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69-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 69 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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70-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 70 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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71-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 71 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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72-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 72 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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73-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 73 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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74-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 74 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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75-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 75 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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30 Day Chip - Sobriety Chip for 30 Days - Clipart Medallion
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6 Months Chip - Sobriety Chip for 6 Months - Clipart Medallion
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60 Day Chip - Sobriety Chip for 60 Days - Clipart Medallion
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9 Months Chip - Sobriety Chip for 9 Months - Clipart Medallion
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90 Day Chip - Sobriety Chip for 90 Days - Clipart Medallion
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1-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 1 Year - Clipart Medallion
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10-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 10 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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11-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 11 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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12-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 12 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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13-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 13 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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14-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 14 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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15-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 15 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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16-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 16 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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17-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 17 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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18-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 18 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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19-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 19 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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2-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 2 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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20-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 20 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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21-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 21 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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22-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 22 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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23-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 23 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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24-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 24 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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25-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 25 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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26-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 26 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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27-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 27 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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28-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 28 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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29-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 29 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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3-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 3 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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30-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 30 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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31-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 31 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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32-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 32 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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33-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 33 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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34-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 34 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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35-Year Medallion - Anniversary Medallion for 35 Years Sobriety - Clipart Medallion
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