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December 30, 2017

If I Go To a LGBT Drug Rehab Center, Will My Family Know?

Drug and alcohol addiction is a serious problem in the LGBT community, mainly due to all the issues that LGBT people regularly face. This is why there are so many drug rehab programs that are geared toward people in this community. These programs are invaluable those who identify as gay, bisexual or transgender who are struggling with addiction since so many address problems that might not come up in other substance abuse programs.

And yet, some people might still be hesitant to seek treatment from an LGBT drug rehab center for fear of being “outed” as gay. Our society places a large stigma on being gay. That stigma is arguably larger than the one that comes from having an addiction…


As An Openly Gay Male or Female, Is It Safe to Go To An Addiction Treatment Center?

Drug and alcohol addiction is a problem for people from all walks of life, but it has hit the LGBTQ community especially hard. Being gay in America is certainly easier now than it has ever been before, but it still carries a huge stigma. Many young gay men and women are disowned by their families and forced out of their homes, and even those who have healthy home lives still face prejudice just because of who they are. On top of that, there is a sizable “party” subculture within the young gay community that involves lots of drugs and alcohol.

If you are openly gay and struggling with drugs and alcohol, you can certainly check into a drug rehab clinic…


Parents Who Are Making a Difference

Parents dealing with the addiction or alcoholism of their child is a tense, emotional and despairing experience. Most parents will struggle to understand just how they should approach the problem. They may have to step into roles they have not previously fulfilled with their children. This can be foreign and confusing ground. There are such fine lines between loving support and enabling and “tough love,” and abandonment. For experience, what we are seeing in the treatment industry, are parents who are making a difference in their child’s recovery by finding supportive approaches for…

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“Vogue” – Impoverished Women of Color & Trans Experience – My 1st Glimpse of Me

The basic human need to be watched was once satisfied by God.

In 1990 Madonna released her single “Vogue”. A window into a microcosm was opened for mainstream society peering at a staple and genius solely invented by the LBGTQ community. 1991’s Jennie Livingston’s documentary film “Paris is Burning” was the first time I witnessed a representation of people I found myself in and as a questioning teen it was…

Fentanyl in Florida

As of October 2017 a law has been in effect in Florida that allows for drug dealers to be charged with felony murder if synthetic drugs they sold led to a death by overdose. Over the past decade the trend of either mixing lethal synthetic opioids into heroin or selling the synthetics themselves as heroin has spurred a drastic rise in overdose deaths throughout the U.S.

These synthetic opioids are exponentially more powerful and dangerous…

Do I drink too much alcohol?

Perhaps you have found yourself wondering, do I drink too much alcohol? Chances are if you are questioning your drinking habits, there is a problem. Alcohol has ingrained itself in LGBTQ social culture as a mainstay at get-togethers, clubs, and functions. It is easy to develop a problem with alcohol without realizing it before it’s too late.

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According to a government publication focused on drug and alcohol consumption of members of the LGBTQ community, sexual…

West Virginia Opioid Crisis

Kermit is a dot on the map. It’s a town in West Virginia with a population of about 400 people. Over a two-year period, one pharmacy in Kermit was flooded with almost 9 million pills of addictive opioid painkillers from wholesale prescription drug distributors. Other small towns in West Virginia have also experienced receiving exorbitant amounts of powerful opioids from wholesale distributors. From 2006 to 2014, the Family Discount Pharmacy in Mount Gay-Shamrock received…