You are not Alone
“I was always the black sheep. Then I started going to meetings and found the rest of the herd.”
We are not Saints
At this moment, you are asking yourself, “So, what do I do now? Who do I call? What do I need to know?”
Know this — you are not alone. Addiction is an equal opportunity abuser and it does everything to defend itself. It attacks families at every socioeconomic level — from Park Avenue to skid row. It doesn’t matter if you are male or female, employed or unemployed, young or old, any race or religion, everyone is fair game.
Just within the past year, over 50 million of us used an illicit drug. Over 20 million currently have an SUD — Substance Use Disorder — from drugs and/or alcohol.
Think of this when walking on a busy sidewalk, at a shopping mall, a sporting event, any public gathering — out of all those people you pass or with whom you are sharing a communal event, 1 in 14 of them (7.4%) over the age of 12 are currently suffering from an SUD.
That’s more than the population of New York State. More than those of us currently living with cancer. And, 8.5 million of them also have a mental disorder along with it — called a “co-occurring” or “dual diagnosis.”
Many of those who are dependent on drugs or alcohol are “functional” — 70% of those with and SUD are actively employed, 55% of them full-time — and the disease will worsen over time.
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