56% of students in grade 5 to 12 say that alcohol advertising encourages them to drink.
Rates of binge and heavy alcohol use did not change significantly between 2008 and 2009 for full-time employed or unemployed adults. However, the number of full-time employed binge and heavy drinkers decreased (from 37.0 million to 34.5 million for binge use and from 10.8 million to 9.8 million for heavy use). At the same time, the number of unemployed binge and heavy drinkers increased (from 3.0 million to 4.9 million for binge use and from 1.2 million to 1.7 million for heavy use).
Among adults aged 18 or older with SMI who reported receiving mental health services in the past year, 38.5 percent received one type of care (inpatient, outpatient, or prescription medication), 51.2 percent received two types of care, and 10.3 percent received all three types of care.
In 2008, 31.7 percent of youths aged 12 to 17 reported that they had attended religious services 25 or more times in the past year, which was similar to the rates in 2007 (31.4 percent) and 2002 (33.0 percent). Also, 75.0 percent agreed or strongly agreed with the statement that religious beliefs are a very important part of their lives, which was similar to the 76.1 percent reported in 2007, but was lower than the 78.2 percent reported in 2002. In addition, 33.8 percent agreed or strongly agreed with the statement that it is important for their friends to share their religious beliefs, which was lower than the rates in 2007 (35.1 percent) and 2002 (35.8 percent).
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A short term drug rehab program is typically a treatment duration of 30 days or less. Most short term treatment programs focus on medical stabilization, abstinence, and lifestyle changes. Staff members are primarily medical professionals and counselors trained in drug and alcohol addiction recovery.
What is a short term drug rehab and who is it appropriate for? A short term drug rehab program is often recommended for people who are suffering from drug and alcohol addiction severely enough to require displacement from their environment where they are surrounded by relapse triggers. This type of care is optimal for people with a short duration of addiction as opposed to a person that has had an addiction problem for several or many years.
After completing a short term drug rehab, recovered addicts often feel:
A reduction or elimination of cravings
A reduction or elimination of many symptoms associated with addiction. These can include depression, irritability, and fatigue
Enthusiasm toward life
Improved memory and attention span
Increased sense of well being
The ability to think more clearly