Addiction Weekly News June 3rd Week

1.Holyoke Police Community Center focuses on mental health, addiction intervention efforts Acting Mayor Terence Murphy praised the efforts of the Holyoke Police Community Center, a unit that teams with mental health and addiction specialists on intervention strategies.(masslive.com) 2.Grants coming to deal with addiction and mental health Multiple grants will bring almost $1.5 million to Daviess …

Addiction & Mental Health News June 2nd Week

1.Loss of Brother to Addiction and Mental Illness Inspires Sister to Raise Money by Selling Face Masks. Starting June 10th, until midnight Sunday, June 13th customers across Canada can help raise funds for Mental Health Organizations in their own provinces by purchasing much needed luxury cotton face masks.(todayville.com) 2.Budget casualties: Mental health and substance abuse …

Weekly Addiction And Mental Health News

1.Coverage parity for mental health, substance abuse, a key focus for insurance regulators Health insurers are prohibited from placing unfavorable limits on mental health and substance abuse benefits, and yet, many do. Federal and state regulators are taking aim at these practices and making the enforcement of the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act …

Weekly Addiction & Mental Health News

1.Breaking the cycle: How addiction and mental illness fuel one another Have you ever been stuck in a roundabout?You just keep going around and around and can’t get seem to get off.Experts say that’s how mental illness and addiction work. One cycle fuels the other.For those living through it, that cycle can feel impossible to …

Addiction News Weekly May 3rd Week

1.Elizabethton High School students help local addiction recovery ministry A local non-profit addiction recovery ministry is getting an upgrades workout facility for its residents.(wcyb.com) 2.City Donates Property For Sheriff’s New Addiction Recovery Program A Goldsboro home is being donated to assist persons struggling with drug abuse and addiction.(goldsborodailynews.com) 3.New holistic recovery center to offer long-term …

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Recovery is not temporary. In fact, it is a lifelong process. When you are out of a rehab program, your recovery actually begins. People often leave rehabs with mixed emotions. While some still worry about facing a new life and falling prey to relapse, some are happy that they are not out of it.  Most …

Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – September 2 Week

1. New Jersey Association of Mental Health and Addiction Agencies: Cybersecurity Investments Needed to Protect Healthcare Industry, Patients While the healthcare industry is expected to spend $65 billion from 2017 to 2021 on cybersecurity products, many hospitals will continue to be at risk of cyberattacks, which will cause damages that could cost as much as …

Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – August 4 Week

1. Coronavirus Pandemic Taking Toll On People Struggling With Addiction Weathering a new storm, addicts in recovery now face depression, anxiety, and isolation during the pandemic. It’s been three years since Geoff Patterson’s last brush with drugs, but his battle with addiction dates back nearly two decades. (okcfox.com) 2. Many Addiction Treatment Programs Discourage Opioid …

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Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – August 3 Week

1. Mountain State Senators Sending Big Money To ‘overdose Data To Action’ Helping Fight Drug Epidemic West Virginia Senators, Shelley Moore Capito, and Joe Manchin have secured more than $7-million to fight the drug epidemic in the Mountain State. It will go to the “Overdose Data to Action” program through the DHHR. (wtf) 2. Pinnacle …