Christmas 2014 – Moderation

Christmas festivities Better done in moderation With the holiday season upon us, many companies will be having their festive office Christmas party and with that comes alcohol and in many parts of the country drugs are also present. It is always a great thing to have all the staff and executives come together at one big fun event, smiles are shared and toasts are made; people exchange gifts and wishes. When super is finished and acknowledgements are made, the music is pumped up and the drinks begin to flow. This is usually where many begin to lose control on the amount being consumed. Too many stories can be told about the embarrassing moments of the office Christmas party of yesteryear. When the booze begins to flow there will always be someone in the group that may be unknown to others or at best only suspected of drug use. You can usually see a couple of co-workers going to the washroom a bit too...
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Difficulties

 Government Drug Rehabs Difficulties If someone you know has attempted to enter a government addiction treatment program and had little or no luck there is a reason. Each year the Canadian government allocates a certain percentage or amount of tax payer money to the health care system. Canada’s health care system and the provincial governments took on the responsibility to ensure there are outlets for public to go and get information on substance abuse, treatment programs for various addictions (either for substances abuse or other addiction forms). They also have elaborated certain prevention programs and strategies to deter drug addiction. Of course all the above requires some funding to continue to supply the service to the Canadian public. Out of all these there is a section that is at the forefront of addiction; the actual detox centers and drug rehab facilities. When the budget is launched and the funds are dispensed these “on the front line” groups are limited to deliver what...
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