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Drug-Addicted, Dangerous and Licensed for the Operating Room

Drug-addicted, dangerous and licensed for the operating room In a review of state health, licensing board and police records, The Denver Post found cases in which hospital employees worked for years in Colorado despite recurring thefts and even convictions — sometimes while participating in addiction treatment … Read more on The Denver Post The Politics Of Addiction Washington State – On March 29, 2016 the state legislature overrode a previous veto by Governor Jay Inslee, protecting the relationship between individuals in addiction recovery programs and their sponsors during civil proceedings (see Washington … Read more on OPEN MINDS (registration) Read more... ...

Arab-American Community Comes to Grips With Drugs

...  mention that someone is addicted to drugs, people get mad at you.”. Read more on The Detroit News Tulane scientist's drug could reduce opioid addiction, overdoses James Zadina, a professor of medicine, pharmacology and neuroscience at the Tulane School of Medicine, says an engineered version of a chemical found in the brain has been shown in laboratory experiments on rats and mice to reduce or eliminate the side … Read more on NOLA.com Tags: drug addiction, opioid addiction, drug addict ...

Light at the End of the Tunnel

...  Addiction Services for Brown County Deanna Vietze there is … Read more on Ripley Bee Interview: Subway Sandwich Exec Talks Addiction, Recovery Don Fertman is the chief development officer for the Subway sandwich chain. He came to the University of Nevada, Reno Monday, March 13 to provide his insights on running a business, but he also shared his personal story of overcoming drug addiction. Read more on Reno Public Radio Tags: mental health, addiction services, heroin overdose, drug addict ...

How a Shot Could Change a Drug Addict's Life

...  a shot could change a drug addict's life Hamon is a recovering drug addict. Instead of relying on sheer force of will to keep his urges to inject himself with drugs like oxycodone or heroin at bay, he had an appointment to receive a shot that had the potential to change his life – the … Read more on Columbus Ledger-Enquirer United Way of Blount County announces more than million in 2016 allocations In the area of health, priority is placed on access to healthcare services, mental health and prevention and treatment programs for various health ...

Penikese to House Opiate Treatment Center

...  to opiates and have a co-occurring mental health disorder. The Penikese … Read more on Cape Cod 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 Tags: drug addict, substance abuse treatment, substance abuse ...

10 Big Stars From the '70s Who Went Wild

10 big stars from the '70s who went wild … in “Paper Moon.” But the '70s star later confessed that her life has been plagued by drugs and abuse. … Rock star Leif Garrett was driving under the influence in 1979 when he crashed his car, paralyzing his best friend, who was in passengers seat … Read more on Fox News Credit Illustration by Christian Gralingen … intimidating eighth grader approached. (She and her friends looked like adults to me, and, as I soon discovered, they had adult problems, like pregnancy and drug addiction.) … Chad looked like Leif Garrett, blond and reptilian. We took Muni to … Read more on New Yorker Read more... ...

His Girls Discipleship Offers Free, Lowcost Rehab to Manatee County Addicts

...  Girls Discipleship offers free, low–cost rehab to Manatee County addicts … Openings in drug addict treatment programs, with funding options available for those at low or no income, are increasingly rare in Manatee County. Centerstone Florida, the only treatment facility in the county that receives public funding to provide … Read more on Bradenton Herald Arizona State of the State Address And, if we're serious about reducing recidivism – and reversing the growth of our prison population, let's begin by building on the model already working in Pima County: a ...