Category Archives: Help for Addicts and Alcoholics

Top 10 myths about drug and alcohol treatment

Top 10 Myths About Drug and Alcohol Treatment

For those suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, the prospect of treatment offers a vital lifeline that can pull vulnerable individuals out of…
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7 Reasons To Get Sober In 2017

The end of the year is a time for reflection on the year coming to an end, as well as a chance to…
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Obamacare repeal jeopardizes mental health, addiction coverage

Sherri Reynolds' son Qual has been drug free for 16 months, thanks in large part to treatment he got through¬†Medicaid under the Affordable…
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“Angel” Program in Massachusetts Helps Hundreds Of Addicts

In June 2015, Gloucester Police Chief Leonard Campanello faced a growing problem of opioid addiction in his community. Because simply having his officers…
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When Involuntary Addiction Treatment Becomes Voluntary

esperate times call for desperate measures in the eyes of some addicts. In some parts of the country, it is incredibly hard to…
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A Thank You to All Veterans

Service. Dedication. Commitment. Sacrifice. This is what Veterans give to us in the course of their duty to our country. However, many of…
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Top 10 Questions to Ask Before Going to Drug and Alcohol Detox

One of the most confusing aspects of drug and alcohol treatment to outsiders is coming to understand the continuum of care in addiction…
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33-year-old doctor leads Baltimore’s anti-heroin war

by Terry DeMio BALTIMORE - Dr. Leana Wen is famous among addiction experts across the nation for taking the helm against heroin. "Nobody…
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Grant allows Sauk County to expand treatment program

by Tim Damos As he appeared before a judge in a Baraboo courtroom Friday morning, a young man named Joe who is battling…
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How do I get addiction help for a loved one?

Oftentimes, friends or loved ones of substance abusers feel the effects of addiction more than the addict themselves. The addicted individual may be…
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