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Overdoses Occur…Even at Remedy Amenities

Treatment centers aren’t immune to on-site drug abuse and overdoses. More than 64,000 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2016, according to data from the Centers of Disease Control and Prevention – a number double what it was a decade ago. And while overdoses can occur anywhere, sometimes they happen where you’d least expect…like inside a treatment facility. It’s More […]

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four Obstacles Plaguing On-Demand Habit Therapy

We can get our favorite TV shows on-demand. We can find just about anything we want online. Amazon even offers easy buttons now, to reorder your favorite stuff with just one click. We’ve come so far with technology, convenience, and efficiency to quickly meet so many of our wants and needs. Yet, we’re still losing […]

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CT Web site Affords Actual-Time Therapy Mattress Availability

Will access to real-time bed availability help more CT citizens get into treatment? James wanted help. He’d been struggling with opioid addiction for three years, and he desperately wanted to get his life back on track. He checked with several treatment facilities, but no one had room. One rehab after another told James, “The only […]

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Dependancy Therapy: What’s in Retailer for 2018?

We learned a lot about addiction treatment in 2017, but what’s in store for 2018? What was accomplished in the field of recovery during 2017? Here’s the honest answer: more than some believed possible and less than others had hoped. As we take the year in review, we see many changes. From the highest levels […]

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