The Collateral Damage of Heroin Use

The Collateral Damage of Heroin Use

Heroin use not only harms the individual using the drugs, but also impacts family members, neighbors and the environment. Once someone has used heroin, they no longer see the world through the same eyes as they did prior using. Their only focus becomes getting and...
Mental Health and Addiction Often Overlap

Mental Health and Addiction Often Overlap

ARCA understands that many people who struggle with addiction are also struggling with a mental health illness as well. Our treatment options not only treat the addiction but also address the underlying mental health issue that often times was the cause of the...
Heroin Has No Social Class Discrimination

Heroin Has No Social Class Discrimination

Heroin is so prevalent on the streets that it does not discriminate between the upper, middle and lower classes. Heroin has become an equal opportunity killer and as more potent and cut versions of the drug hit the streets, there will be more individuals and families...