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87% of people who are unemployed are more likely to use alcohol heavily and are 29% more likely to become dependent on alcohol. 65% of people who are unemployed are more likely to resort to drug use and 57% more likely to become dependent on the drugs. Even for those recovering from alcohol or substance abuse, a job loss could be a trigger for those to relapse. Regardless of unemployment and the negative effects associated with job loss, there are always places that can help.

https://www.nwherald.com/2020/04/20/substance-abuse-recovery-providers-continue-to-offer-services-amid-covid-19-shutdown/a21b1ad

There are a number of potential dangers of COVID-19 for those with substance abuse disorders. It is imperative to understand the many options for staying on track during this time in order to hinder the spike of re-occurring substance abuse in patients.

York County has seen a rise in overdose deaths during the corona virus pandemic. Many individuals have been hesitant about calling 911 during this critical time, leading to more and more opioid-related deaths.

The president of Gateway Foundation speaks about relapse during quarantine.

We very proud of our CEO, Dr. Kaleem Malik, MD FAAEM, for the work he has done with Humanity First USA over the years. From everyone at Trilab we would like to thank you for your hard work, dedication to humanitarian work and for always putting the needs of others first.