Addiction Does Not Discriminate Share Written By Inner Circle Billing Inc Tags 2019-02-27 It has been said that “addiction does not discriminate” meaning that a banker or lawyer is just as likely as a poorer off person to overdose. Unfortunately, that saying is true. There are no magic spells, enchantments or immunities from addiction. The upside to this meaning is, we are acknowledging that there is an issue and it needs to be addressed that addiction is not solely based on personal issues or cultural problems. In a recent study done by Shannon Monnat, she has correlated research to suggest that – economy, family and community – contribute to overdoses. Which makes sense. The economy over the past few decades have changed. It has fluctuated significantly where, several years ago, there was more joblessness. As for family, currently, there are a lot more divorces, suggesting that unstable families contribute to drug use. Or even single parent families as well. Communities have disinvested in each other, bringing about people who do not find themselves engaging in social interactions. What these three key factors have in common is our daily lives. We thrive by having a job, getting up, dressed and ready for work; but also, building meaningful relationship in work, within our families and community ties. Inner Circle Billing understands that addiction doesn’t discriminate. We are empathetic to the families currently battling with addiction and those people who are suffering. We strive to help people reach successful ends, clean, sober and leading a productive life. Inner Circle is a company who cares, who wants each client of ours, and the facilities we engage with to reach positive, progressive, victories.