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Some Say Kratom Is a Solution to Opioid Addiction. Not if Drug Warriors Ban It

Some Say Kratom Is A Solution To Opioid Addiction. Not If Drug Warriors Ban It
Kratom bans are already in place in Indiana, Tennessee, Wisconsin, Vermont and most recently, Arkansas. Legislation is now pending in … People involved in abstinence-only have spoken out against kratom, arguing that the drug is easy to … Read more on Huffington Post

Amendments to Marine Fishing Regulation Act opposed
Most of the country boat fishermen expressed their displeasure with the amendments made to Tamil Nadu Marine Fishing Regulation Act, 1983 at the grievance redressal meeting convened by the Department of Fisheries here on Friday. S.J. Gayes, president … Read more on The Hindu


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Recovery-Oriented Practice in Mental Health Inpatient Settings: A Literature

Recovery-Oriented Practice in Inpatient Settings: A Literature
Recovery-Oriented Practice in Mental Health Inpatient Settings: A Literature Review. Anna K. Waldemar, M.Sc. , Sidse M. Arnfred ….. Trondheim, Norway, NAPHA National Competence Center for Mental Health Work, 2013. 10. Farkas M: The vision of recovery … Read more on Psychiatric News

Let's fight substance abuse
Earlier this week, I was pleased to announce the latest round of funding to establish new and expand existing substance abuse treatment services in West Virginia. On Monday, Feb. 29, we awarded more than $ 1.5 million in grant funding to establish … Read more on The Inter-Mountain

Penikese to House Opiate Treatment Center

Penikese to house opiate treatment center
The island, which for decades has been used as a school for troubled teenagers, will be home to a substance abuse treatment program for young men, ages 18 to 24, who are addicted to opiates and have a co-occurring mental health disorder. The Penikese … Read more on Times (subscription)

Treatment centers cheer more fed money to fight drug addiction
With demand for opiate-addiction treatment continuing to outpace supply, local advocates of treatment are cheering a proposal by President Barack Obama to seek nearly $ 1.2 billion in additional funding to address the nation's growing problem with … Read more on Columbus Dispatch


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Why Is Addiction Treatment So Slow to Change?

Why is addiction treatment so slow to change?
This is a booming entrepreneurial world, where treatment centers charge people tens of thousands of dollars for various offerings. And despite all the investment in science, few of those treatments make much … Only about one in ten people with … Read more on OUPblog (blog)

Sen. King tours addiction treatment facility
PORTLAND, Maine (NEWS CENTER) — Senator Angus King toured an in Portland Monday morning as part of an ongoing conversation with law enforcement, treatment specialists, and addicts about a spiking drug abuse epidemic. Read more on WLBZ2.com

Recovery LLC Is Beneficial to Students

Recovery LLC is beneficial to students
Imagine being a college student actively trying to recover from a drug or alcohol addiction, but you're in an environment where the social norm is to drink and participate in other risky behaviors. How does that affect your ability to be able to … Read more on SRU The Online Rocket

Corrections center responds to prosecutor's criticism that killing by inmate
The services, some of which may be court-ordered, include , mental health evaluation and treatment, employment counseling and job referrals, cognitive skills training, faith-based support and life-skills programs such as … Read more on OregonLive.com


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Auckland to Christchurch 'Drug Mule' Mother Sentenced

Auckland to Christchurch 'drug mule' mother sentenced
However, Judge Nicola Mathers took into consideration Puna's positive progress in drug and alcohol rehabilitation and the six months already served in custody. "I accept your remorse was genuine and your time in custody was certainly a wake up call to … Read more on The Press

Trainer residents protest proposed rehab facility
TRAINER >> More than 75 residents attended Wednesday's council caucus meeting with several people publicly expressing opposition to a proposal for transforming the site of the current Pagano Funeral Home into a drug rehabilitation/transition center. Read more on The Delaware County Daily Times

Mixed Views About Bills to Increase Alcohol Sales

Mixed views about bills to increase alcohol sales
RICHMOND – Virginia restaurant owners have mixed perspectives on legislation that would allow their establishments to sell more alcoholic beverages. Two Republican lawmakers from Virginia Beach – Sen. Bill DeSteph and Del. Scott Taylor – have … Read more on WAVY-TV

'Recovery Road' Series Premiere Recap: Maddie the Teenage Alcoholic
In the series premiere of Freeform's Recovery Road, we're thrown right into the thick of it. There isn't any time wasted with a build up or much about who Maddie is, but rather we're brought straight into her recovery with details later progressively … Read more on BuddyTV (blog)