Drugs and Money: The Costs of Addiction

Getting addicted to drugs has become a serious issue for many nations. The number of people addicted to drugs is increasing day by day. Health and money both are getting affected from drugs.

Today’s infographic mainly focuses on the financial costs associated with drugs addiction and treatment, which for most people includes counseling.

This brilliant infographic was taken from Bestmastersincounseling.com

Drugs and Money: The Costs of Addiction

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