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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      08-30-21 | By Tori Skene

      3 Ways to Approach and Support Someone Abusing Cocaine

      It’s not always easy to observe addiction from the outside, especially when someone is abusing cocaine. While the focus is understandably often on the addict themselves, it’s important to keep in mind those around them and close to them. Addiction can cause real harm to these individuals and, paradoxically, they also hold the key to … Continued


      10-07-20 | By Tori Skene

      Is Medication Assisted-Treatment (MAT) Effective?

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      Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is the use of medications combined with behavioral therapies to help individuals recover from substance use disorder. Monitored by a physician, studies have proven that this form of treatment is one of the most effective methods to treat opioid addiction, compared to more traditional non-drug approaches. The History of MAT In … Continued


      09-10-20 | By Tori Skene

      The Signs of Overdose And What To Do

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      A drug overdose, commonly known as an OD, can occur when drug users consume too large an amount of medication or illegal drug. As a result of a lack of oxygen in the brain, the heightened amount of drugs or medications in an individuals system overwhelms their basic functioning. Signs of overdose and symptoms may … Continued


      07-27-20 | By Gillian Tietz, M.S.

      How Does Alcohol Affect Sleep?

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      One of the biggest misconceptions by drinkers and non-drinkers alike is that it doesn’t affect sleep. But how does alcohol affect sleep? About 20% of Americans use alcohol to help them fall asleep, and an estimated 10 million people consult doctors for sleep disorders. Alcohol does help us fall asleep faster, but it also prevents … Continued


      07-14-20 | By Tori Skene

      The Connection Between Childhood Trauma and Substance Use Disorder

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      It’s safe to say there’s a distinct connection between childhood trauma and Substance Use Disorder (SUD). As science and research continue to make advances in the behavioral health and addiction spaces, many still continue to look for answers for addiction. Addiction is complex and stigmatized in popular culture as being weak or unable to have … Continued