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      Putting Recovery On The Map

      08-29-16 | By

      What Form of Treatment is Proven to Be the Most Effective?

      Like other chronic illnesses, relapse rates for addiction are high—ranging from 40-60%. Relapse by no means signifies that treatment has failed, but is there a form of treatment that’s proven most effective? The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) is dedicated to advancing scientific knowledge about addiction, in order to improve treatment outcomes. They’ve established … Continued

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      Death Without Detox: Opiate & Opioid Withdrawal in U.S. Jails

      The U.S. Heroin Epidemic We hear stories on the news daily about the nation’s heroin epidemic. There are countless stories of people, from all socio-economic and demographic groups, dying from heroin or opioid overdoses—more than the number of people dying in motor vehicle crashes each year. More and more celebrities are getting publicity for their … Continued

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      Addiction and Mental Health: Do You Have a Dual Diagnosis?

      Addiction vs. Substance Use Disorder Substance abuse has emerged as a serious health concern in the United States. According to SAMHSA’s 2015 Behavioral Health Barometer, among the entire United States population that’s aged 12 or older, there were 6.4% of people dependent upon or abusing alcohol, and 2.7% of people dependent upon or abusing illicit … Continued