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Nearly One-fifth of Underage Drinkers report current use of Marijuana with Alcohol

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Synthetic Marijuana Use among 12th graders

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Teens reported use of Marijuana if legal

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Patients not taking drugs as prescribed

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High School Students reasons for using Rx drugs

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Beer use in year before entering college

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Drug of choice among first time users

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Marijuana and NonMedical Use of Psychotherapeutics

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Youth Who Use Alcohol Before Age 15, Are 5 Times More Likely to Have Problems with Alcohol as an Adult

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Underage Smokers Less Able to Purchase Tobacco

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Changes in Youth Early Initiation of Drugs

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Estimated ER Visits More Than Double for Buprenorphine and Hydromorphone  2006 – 2010

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National Treatment Admissions for Opiates Other Than Heroin :  Now Surpass Cocaine and Meth

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Estimated ER Visits for Misuse or Abuse of Pharmaceuticals More Than Doubles from 2004 to 2010

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Chronic Nonmedical Use of Prescription Opioid Pain Relievers Almost Doubles

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Youth Initiation of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Marijuana Highest in Summer Months

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Majority of Buprenorphine-Certified Physicians Think Buprenorphine is Easier to Get Illegally Than Methadone

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Use and Abuse of Buprenorphine

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Easy Online Purchase of Alcohol for Underage Use

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 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)

For information on support groups to help you stay alcohol-free, check the meeting schedules below.

 

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

For information on support groups to help you stay drug-free, check the meeting schedule below.
 
 

NA Meetings – Pickerington

Meeting Schedules

Mondays, 8–9 p.m.
Family Church 13475 Tollgate Road, Pickerington, Ohio 43147

Fridays, 8–9 p.m.
St. Andrew’s, 8630 Refugee Road, Pickerington, Ohio 43147

Out of Town
Sundays, 3:30–4:30 p.m.
Serenity’s Gateway at Country Lane Gardens, 7820 Pleasantville Road NE, Thornville, Ohio 43076

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