Chances are you've been riding along a rough road. At Absolute Advocacy, we believe in second chances. We believe in you. Whether you're seeking DWI or substance abuse services, or drug education classes, we have your needs and best interests close to our hearts and will provide you with the best assessment, prevention and educational services Cabarrus & Mecklenburg counties offer. One foot in front of the other, one step at a time, your rough road ends right here.
Whether you or someone you know needs help conquering a drug or alcohol-related addiction, we are here to help by providing assessments and counseling to get you or your loved one on the road to recovery.
Are you interested in becoming a substance abuse counselor? We'll arm you with the education you need to join our community of coaches and give back to the profession that helps so many lives get stronger. Already a counselor and want to broaden your skillset? We provide continuing educational opportunities to individuals already in the field.
Cocaine, heroin, and crystal meth are substances that wreak havoc not only on the bodies of those who abuse these drugs but also on the lives of their loved ones.
They are rightly listed as Schedule I drugs, which, in the United States, means they are illegal because of their high potential for abuse, with no medical use, and severe safety concerns. However, there is one substance that anyone … [Read More]
As far as the law is concerned, teenagers aren’t supposed to drink, but many of them drink anyway, thanks to fake IDs as well as adults who enable this behavior by buying alcohol for them.
Underage drinking is bad enough, but many teenagers make things worse by getting behind the wheel after consuming alcohol. As a result, drunk driving has become one of the top causes of death among … [Read More]
The poorest citizens in our country, often living in impoverished communities, are plagued by mental illnesses including substance abuse. We often see this as a problem that begins with an addiction that ruins a person's finances and leads to poor mental health.
However, living in an impoverished area can expose a person to constantly stressful situations that can lead to the onset of PTSD and … [Read More]
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