|Statement||by William H. Ladue ...|
|LC Classifications||HV5825 .L3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 131 p.|
|Number of Pages||131|
|LC Control Number||35009825|
Download PDF: Sorry, we are unable to provide the full text but you may find it at the following location(s): g (external link)Author: Mazÿck P. Ravenel. was evident for a book on recovery to help strengthen the Fellowship. The white book, Narcotics Anonymous, was published in The Fellowship still had little structure, however, and the s were a period of struggle. Membership grew rapidly for a time and then began to decline. The need for more specific direction was readily apparent. N.A. The Narcotic Addict Rehabilitation Act (NARA), passed in , provided that addicts charged with violating Federal laws could opt for treatment under the care of the surgeon general, with charges being held in abeyance, to be dropped if improvement was shown within 3 years. A Square Deal for the Narcotic Addict-By William H. Ladue, M.D. Published by the author. Plattsburgh, N. Y.: The Tuttle Printing Office, pp. Price $ This book is chiefly a discussion of narcotic addiction, on which a large amount of good material is given. The object of the author is to compare drug addiction and the hysteria which it has engendered with .
America Anonymous: Eight Addicts in Search of a Life by Benoit Denizet-Lewis. For nearly three years, acclaimed journalist Benoit Denizet-Lewis immersed himself in the lives of eight addicts as they battled drug and alcohol abuse, overeating, and compulsive gambling and sexuality. Alternating with their stories is Denizet-Lewis’s candid Author: Katie Macbride. narcotic addict: a person who is psychologically and physically dependent on narcotic drugs. "The Addict," I read this book in a weekend and found it hard to put down. Following the therapist's vantage point of dealing with addicts was insightful and refreshing. It was like watching one of my favorite TV shows "In Treatment". The character development was awesome. I felt like I got to live inside the head of the Doctor and the patient.4/5(31). Chapter 4 Treatment of Narcotic AddictionNearly all narcotic addicts believe that they can stop using drugs any time they choose. As Zeina, a twenty-one-year old heroin addict asserts, "Rehabs r useless I don't need a rehab i know I can do it myself."36 Source for information on Treatment of Narcotic Addiction: Drug Education Library: Narcotics dictionary.
Complications Related to Narcotic Abuse. Narcotics can be dangerous not only because of their potential for abuse and addiction but also because they can sometimes lead to overdose and death. The Centers for Disease Control report that in , drug overdose was the leading cause of injury death. Out of drug overdose deaths in. Many effective forms of treatment have been developed since doctors realized the true dangers and true medical diagnosis of addiction. Today, a variety of treatment options exist to help those who are addicted to narcotics to overcome the physical and psychological elements of the addiction and get their lives back on track. Each type of treatment is different and provides a . "white book," Narcotics Anonymous. The first eight chapters are based on the topic headings in the white book and carry the same title. A ninth chapter has been included, Just for Today, as well as a tenth chapter, More Will Be Revealed. Following is a brief history of the book Narcotics Anonymous was formed in July , with the firstFile Size: 7MB. 1. Author(s): Ladue,William Herman,; National Institute on Drug Abuse, Title(s): A square deal for the narcotic addict,by William H. Ladue.