North Palm Beach, FL (PRWEB) December 4, 2007
In the drug rehabilitation industry the Holidays are slow, but that's not due to a lack of troubling addictions. During the holiday season gambling, drug abuse, alcoholism and of course compulsive eating take their toll on many addicts. Tragically not everyone seeks help in December and New Years Day can be a long way away.
There is much industry-wide speculation as to why admissions slow down in December but it is no coincidence that it is so Holiday driven. Depression, loneliness, binge eating, stressful family gatherings, and tight purse strings combined with relapses and a waning economy make for the perfect storm for an addict.
Centers like C.A.R.E. Drug Rehabilitation Center in Central Florida don't take a break in identifying those in need during the holidays but they do prepare for the influx of patients in the new year. Using holistic methods to heal the mind, body and soul, C.A.R.E. contributes to a greater solution for America's Holiday bingeing.
To find out more about C.A.R.E. and how you can find a loved one help this year please visit http://www.careflorida.com