11/30/16 – 8:59 P.M.
Representatives from the Family Resource Center of Northwestern Ohio spoke at the University of Findlay Wednesday night. Prevention Education Supervisor Mark Vehre said high risk decisions could cost you the things you value.
He added that addiction is a disease and is affected by genetics.
Vehre added that aside from genetics people can suffer addiction by enjoying too much of a substance over a short frequency of time. He said the more of a substance you use and the more often you use it, the greater your chance of addiction.
Chief clinical officer Melissa Meyer said if you trigger an addiction there are treatment options. They will start with an interview to learn more about you.
She said that using this information will help the center to build a treatment program designed around your needs.
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