North Carolina Online DWI Classes As residents of North Carolina navigate the COVID-19 global pandemic together, we want you to know that we've made changes to our business practices in an effort to serve you best. Absolute Advocacy has been working tirelessly to develop an authentic and … [Read more...] about We’re here to support you with online DWI classes and other online services during this critical time of need!
In the past few weeks, as the COVID-19 pandemic (the coronavirus) has spread across the United States, we have seen firsthand how a crisis like this can exacerbate mental health conditions like depression and anxiety. This virus is real, and you should be taking it seriously. But panicking isn’t … [Read more...] about COVID-19: How to Find Balance In The Midst of Crisis
A standard drink, as defined by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), could be one 12-ounce beer, one 1.5-ounce shot of liquor, or one five-ounce glass of wine. Considering that each of those drinks contains just an ounce of alcohol, it doesn’t come as a surprise … [Read more...] about How One Drink Can Still Put You At Risk of Accidents and Prosecution
Fatal Crashes Involving Drivers Who Test Positive for Marijuana on the Rise Thinking about getting high and driving? Think again. A study released this week by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety analyzed the data of fatal crashes of individuals in Washington state testing positive for THC and … [Read more...] about Dangers of Driving High
In high school, most, if not all of us, have probably experienced trying to buy beer using whatever means necessary—from fake IDs to having someone of legal drinking age buy it for us. We all have the Minimum Legal Drinking Age (MLDA) laws to thank for that. Because of these laws, we had to wait … [Read more...] about Zero Tolerance Laws for Underage DUI Offenses
Eight in ten adults with a loved one who has a substance use disorder (SUD) say that regaining financial control is one of the biggest hurdles in the recovery process. Financial hardship is a likely effect of addiction that can even lead to financial ruin or bankruptcies, so looking after financial … [Read more...] about How To Deal With Financial Hardships Due To An Addiction
53% of Americans report that they feel better about themselves after exercising, according to the American Psychological Association. As such, exercise has a pretty positive reputation in being an effective way of self-improvement. In the case of those battling with alcoholism or substance … [Read more...] about The Physical Remedy: Employing Exercise To Empower Addiction Recovery