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Richland Township-Based Behavioral Health Provider Is Expanding

Richland Township-based behavioral health provider is expanding “Beyond that, the mental health field and the populations that typically need those services are really underserved,” he said. Now, Croyle-Neilsen Therapeutic employs 15 in two locations – Richland Township and Somerset – and is expanding its Richland … Read more on TribDem.com Sanders Says Mental Health Care is a Must Recently there have been many political discussions to determine what should be considered a probable cause to receive health care in the United States. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, took the opportunity to voice his opinion on the situation at the … Read more on The Candor Read more... ...

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... ...

In Religious Arbitration, Scripture Is the Rule of Law

In Religious Arbitration, Scripture Is the Rule of Law Then, almost as an aside, Mr. Ellison wrote about how the Christian-run program that was supposed to cure his drug and alcohol problem had instead “de-gayed” him. “God makes all things new,” Mr. Ellison wrote in bright ….. But when Northlake lost, it … Read more on New York Times How Treatment Courts Can Reduce Crime States have come up with all manner of creative solutions to route people out of the prison pipeline and into alternatives—drug treatment, therapy, community service, home supervision, graffiti abatement, anger management, consequential-thinking … Read more on The Atlantic Read more... ...

Is It Bedtime for Benzos?

Is It Bedtime for Benzos? (Ambien is a so-called Z-drug, along with Lunesta, that has benzo-like actions on the brain but is said to be easier for patients to stop taking because of the slightly different way in which they engage the GABA-a receptor. “I have far … “When … Read more on Huffington Post Donald Trump Mocks Asians With Broken-English Accent During Campaign Rally In … Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to a crowd during his "Make America Great Again Rally," at the Grand River Center in Dubuque, Iowa, Aug. 25, 2015. Reuters/Ben Brewer. Complaints that Donald Trump, the Republican presidential … Read more on International Business Times Read more... ...

'It'S Happening': For Oregon Students, Years of Drills Become Tragically Real

...  happening': For Oregon students, years of drills become tragically real In came Anastasia Boylan, a teenager with a cross newly tattooed on her neck, and Jason Johnson, 33, who had completed a six-month drug rehab in Portland and then become the first in his family to enroll in college. The students sat down at … “Are … Read more on Washington Post Father in obit: Son died of overdose; hundreds mourn at service At least 200 people Wednesday night overflowed the halls of Tropical Sands Christian Church, known for its work with the recovery community, to remember him — and to let the families of people battling addictions know they are not alone and should … Read more on Palm Beach Post Tags: drug rehab, palm beach, washington post ...

Juvenile Treatment Program Helps Many Teenagers This Year

...  program are always working to help more people. "Last year we actually received a federal grant for 975,000 dollars to … Read more on KGNS.tv Recovering substance abusers brave stigma by giving up secrecy Their tactics echo the strategy of people with HIV and AIDS, who organized in the 1980s to demand treatment, and, more recently, the approach of transgender people. ['And then he …. I was afraid to seek help because . . . it had the potential to … Read more on Washington Post Read ...

Carly Fiorina: 'I Buried a Child to Drug Addiction.' How Addiction Is Changing

...  Fiorina: 'I buried a child to drug addiction.' How addiction is changing … "I buried a child to drug addiction," Fiorina said. Lori Ann Fiorina was 34 when she died. She had struggled with alcoholism and drug abuse for years, entering rehab three times. While working in pharmaceutical sales, she abused prescription drugs. She … Read more on Washington Post Addiction Treatment Centers Recovery Point and HER Place to Merge HUNTINGTON, W.Va (WSAZ) — Two addiction treatment centers in Huntington are joining forces to further empower the battle against addiction and alcoholism in the region. Directors with Recovery Point of Huntington announced Monday the organization … Read more on WSAZ-TV Read ...