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A Way Out expands police participation in Lake County addiction ...
A Way Out expands police participation in Lake County addiction ...

NY AG announces settlement over pre-authorization for opioid ...
NY AG announces settlement over pre-authorization for opioid ...

Adva-Net Announces Expansion of Addiction Recovery Network for Workers' Compensation
Lakewood Ranch, FL, August 11, 2017: Adva-Net is pleased to announce the expansion of its' Addiction Recovery Network. Adva-Net, an ancillary network specializing in high-acuity claims, introduced a workers' compensation focused, addiction recovery ...

Trini Foundation Launches Heart Wide Open Campaign to Fund Addiction Recovery Through Yoga
I am psyched that we have 250 yoga studios helping us raise money for addiction recovery,” says Taylor Hunt, executive director of the Trini Foundation. A recovered poly-substance abuser and the author of A Way from Darkness, Hunt is an Ashtanga yoga ...

Weld's bill focuses on addiction treatment
During the Legislature's off months, Weld, R-Brooke, is working to craft a bill to limit the length of time some opioid drugs can be prescribed, and another that would require health insurers to provide coverage for drug addiction treatment. He is also ...

How recovering drug addicts are getting bought and sold by corrupt treatment centers
Five years ago, Dillon Katz stepped into a house in West Palm Beach. “I walked in and the guy was sitting at this desk — no shirt on, sweating,” Dillon said. The man asked Dillon for a smoke. “So I gave him a couple cigarettes,” Dillon said. “He went ...

West Virginia agency to use $22M to add addiction treatment
CHARLESTON, W.Va. (AP) — West Virginia's Department of Health and Human Resources says it will use $22 million in settlement money from drug distributors to help address the addiction epidemic in the state. Legislation passed this year requires the ...

WV DHHR to provide drug abuse and addiction treatment with $22 million settlement
CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The West Virginia Department of Health and Human Resources says it will use a $22 million settlement from drug distributors to combat the drug epidemic in West Virginia. House Bill 2428, also known as the Ryan Brown Addiction ...

Do We Really Need Internet Addiction Treatment Centers?
Despite the price, the demand for residential internet addiction treatment centers is increasing, says Greenfield, who is planning to open his own 15-bed treatment facility in Connecticut, the first on the East Coast. "Everyone's very much in favor of ...

Addiction Help: Medication options for addiction treatment — Are we trading one addiction for another?
Our hope is that this column offers information, support and hope for addiction recovery, specifically opiate addiction (heroin/painkillers). This week's writer is Jessi de Boer, who is a licensed alcohol and drug counselor and a licensed clinical ...

Libraries joining opioid addiction fight through Narcan training, access to online resources
Meanwhile, library systems across the region are giving patrons to a database of ebooks, audio books and other resources on addiction, recovery and the opioid epidemic, part of an effort to make libraries a greater resource for people confronting drug ...

The Business of Profiting from People's Sicknesses
While the black market and pill-happy doctors continue to prescribe a feasible route to addiction recovery remains inaccessible thanks to expense and blocked access to generic companies. The epidemic is showing no signs of slowing, and the industries ...


 

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