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The Cost of Addiction on America’s Workforce: What can Employers do?

January 11, 2019
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It is well known that addiction doesn’t discriminate and that it impacts individuals, families and communities across ethnic, racial, sexual, religious and economic lines. It is also well known that America’s rising addiction epidemic (yes, it’s more than just opioids) has had a profound impact […]

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Early Recovery and the Holidays: It is not the Responsibility of our Friends and Family to Change their Behavior based on our Newfound Sobriety

December 19, 2018
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Selfishness and self-centeredness is what the 12 Step rooms such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) consider the root of the problem of addiction or alcoholism. Basically, this defines those suffering from addiction and alcoholism as lacking consideration for others, concerned primarily with one’s […]

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The Dangers of Synthetic Drugs

December 12, 2018
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For many years, individuals seeking help for substance use disorder would enter treatment and rattle off a list of substances that were causing issues for them in their lives. That list would typically include drugs whose names people are fairly familiar with: alcohol, marijuana, cocaine, heroin, etc. However […]

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Senate takes steps to make Patient Brokering a Federal Crime

October 8, 2018
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On Monday, September 17th, the Senate overwhelmingly approved a legislative package of bills aimed at combating and offering solutions to help curb America’s rising addiction crisis. The bipartisan legislation passed 99-1 with Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) the only senator to vote against it.

The bill […]

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