High School for Addicts: Recovery 101
Author: Justin Mckibben Substance abuse and drug addiction have made an impact on our country and the culture of our cities in an immense way. The overdose epidemic has laid the casualties of the War on Drugs at the nations... Learn MoreLGBT Community at High Risk of Eating Disorders
Author: Justin Mckibben The lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community is not without its own history of facing conflict and adversity, as the civil rights of these individuals are often debated and questioned, and certain people in the LGBT community... Learn MoreWhen the World Unites to Change the War on Drugs
Author: Justin Mckibben Has the World War on Drugs truly failed? Have we as a nation been fighting a losing battle, and have our alleys themselves suffered from the inefficiencies of their own initiatives in the fight against drug abuse and... Learn MoreCan Social Media Cause PTSD?
Author: Justin Mckibben In case you were still skeptical, social media has become a significant element of our society... definitely. We have evolved into a culture that circulates information and cultivates emotional and ethical responses based on the shares, likes... Learn MoreIt’s a Human Thing: A Commencement Letter from a Palm Partners Graduate
As always we celebrate the graduation of each and every individual who successfully completes their personal treatment program here at Palm Partners, and they are given the chance to share some words of inspiration and gratitude to their peers and... Learn More3 Hours Can Help Teens with Mental Health
Author: Justin Mckibben Mental health can mean a huge difference in quality of life, especially for young people in the midst of developing as an individual. Having a mental health disorder is something that can affect every single aspect of... Learn MoreIs There Cannabis in Your Coffee?
Author: Justin Mckibben Edible marijuana is one of the popular subjects in the battle for reform; with some saying it is the future of medical marijuana administration, and others saying it is a devious and deadly method of disguising the... Learn MoreSleep Saves Lives: Naps Not Drugs
[caption id="attachment_16849" align="aligncenter" width="426"] (This content is being used for illustrative purposes only; any person depicted in the content is a model)[/caption] Author: Justin Mckibben Enough sleep? Really, is there even such a thing? I swear I could take nap... Learn MoreRevolutionary Police Reform Uses Treatment NOT Punishment for Addicts
Author: Justin Mckibben Changing law enforcement methods to better address drug addiction has started to get more and more exposure as time marches on, and it seems to have become more understandable once people realized that the stereotype of an... Learn MoreHow Heroin and Aspirin Are Related
Author: Justin Mckibben Yea… got your attention, huh? Kind of curious to see how this one plays out? Well it is kind of weird to even consider the idea that the world’s most popular and successful legal drug ASPIRIN would... Learn MoreFinger Print Drug Testing is the Future
Author: Justin Mckibben Recently there has been a lot of talk about new technologies being developed in regards to drug testing and new devices that have been developed here or there that are designed to detect specific narcotics. From marijuana... Learn MoreFree Meth Pipes: Harm Reduction or Enabling Addicts?
Author: Justin Mckibben Harm reduction is one method of addressing the nation’s drug issue that may seem to some as a philosophy of enabling, while to others it makes sense to offer safe alternatives to individuals who abuse drugs because... Learn More