When Is It Social Drinking And When Is It Alcoholism?

The difference between social drinking and alcoholism lies in the relationship with alcohol. Social drinking involves moderate, controlled consumption for leisure or socializing. Alcoholism, on the other hand, is characterized by an inability to control drinking, leading to dependence, cravings, and negative consequences. In this blog, we will explore the difference between the two.  

What is a Chemical Use Assessment or a Rule 25 Assessment?

    Table of Contents (click on a question below to be directed quickly) What is a Rule 25 Assessment? Who needs a Chemical Health Assessment? Who administers a Chemical Use Assessment? What happens when I get a Rule 25 Assessment? How much does a Rule 25 Assessment Cost? Should I hire a Private Assessor?

Staging an Intervention for an Addict

Introduction   According to a report from the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, 95 percent of those who are struggling with a substance abuse issue are unaware that it’s a problem. In many cases, a person needs to hear from a close friend, family member, or other loved one before they realize the

What qualifies as a drug addiction?

    Learn what cutting edge science, and our resident expert at ALL IN Therapy Clinic, define as a drug addiction   Equipped with a better understanding of what Drug Abuse and Substance Abuse Disorders entail, you can make a more informed decision about your health and body.        Table of Contents (click

What is Alcoholism? Am I an Alcoholic?

    What is alcoholism and how does someone know if they are an alcoholic? Alcohol abuse and alcoholism are serious concerns. So, it’s important that you equip yourself with the right information.   Below are some of the most common questions asked about consuming alcohol and alcoholism.   Table of Contents (click on the

What is Sobriety? Is Sobriety right for me?

Going sober is not an easy decision. Before committing to a period (or lifetime) of sobriety, get the facts.    With this information below, you can make an educated decision about what is best for you.   Table of Contents (click below on a question to be quickly directed)   What does sober mean?  What’s