Category Archives: Substance Abuse and Alcoholism/War on Drugs

One of the primary issues that identify Fawkes-Lee & Ryan’s program

There Is No Cure For Addiction

Most Iowa Court of Appeals decisions that pertain to family law or juveniles are uninteresting or insignificant to anyone but those individuals who are directly involved in the case.  Occasionally, an attorney practicing family law or juvenile law should scan … Continue reading

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Vital Signs

Recently, my mother misjudged the last step in her garage as she navigated the path to her car in limited lighting.  Attempting to catch herself, she spun around striking the back of her head on the cement floor.  My son … Continue reading

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The Best Defense

Fawkes-Lee & Ryan shares a common goal with law enforcement Continue reading

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Drug Control Policy

Why do people including “educated” people still choose to use and abuse drugs and alcohol? Continue reading

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Jail-Based Substance Abuse Treatment

So why isn’t the evaluation being done after a longer period of time to support the long-term effectiveness of this program? Continue reading

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Spinning Our Wheels

The second time-consuming obstacle is the seemingly endless legislation being introduced targeting the supply-side of the drug problem. Continue reading

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