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Enjoyable Sober Travel Destinations

Enjoyable Sober Travel Destinations

Overcoming substance abuse will not guarantee a full smooth sailing experience; there will be many times that you will encounter rough seas. But taking your healing to higher levels does not mean that you cannot enjoy the journey. A great way to overcome your addiction is by taking a “sober tour”. These travels provide you
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – Aug 4th Week

1. Many ERS Fail People Who Struggle With Addiction. These New Approaches Might Help Patients with opioid addiction who show up in a hospital’s ER face many barriers to recovery, and so do the doctors trying to help them. Easing those barriers on both sides helps patients get into good follow-up programs that lead to
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – Aug 3rd Week

1. Opioid Addiction Treatment Facility Opens In Myrtle Beach Carolina Pain and Wellness recently opened in the Grand Strand and said its main goal is to tackle the opioid crisis happening in the Myrtle Beach area.  (wbtw.com) 2. Addiction Treatment Program For Frontline Workers Launched At Colorado Recovery Center The stress of the pandemic on
Alcohol Monitoring Gadgets

Alcohol Monitoring Gadgets

Having a loved one who has a drinking problem is never an easy situation. For one thing, you are scared for the safety of that person, especially when he mixes drinking with driving. Moreover, excessive intake of such substance can also bring about many disadvantages to his health. Fortunately, however, electronic gadgets that can help
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – Aug 2nd Week

1. Federal Legislation Would Require States To Fund Addiction Recovery Programs In the most recent fiscal year, Congress provided $1.8 billion for the program, Spanberger’s office said. (nbc12.com) 2. Tv Personality And Recovery Advocate Jason Wahler Joins Oakvine Recovery Center Today, Jason Wahler, recovery advocate and TV personality best known from MTV’s hit show “The
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – Aug 1st Week

1. OSU Opens New Substance Abuse, Addiction Research Center The Hardesty Center for Clinical Research and Neuroscience will house resources to support clinical trials, population health initiatives, and more. (tulsaworld.com) 2. ‘I’m Not In Prison Anymore, But My Addiction Was My Prison’: Maine Sees Record Number Of Drug Overdose Deaths In June 60 Mainers died
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 5th Week

1. New App To Curb Relapse In Drug Abuse Patients Makes Trial Run In Billings Since March, Mental health professionals in Billings have seen good anecdotal results after utilizing a text messaging app designed to interrupt relapse behavior in people with substance use disorders. (ktvq.com) 2. One Story At A Time’ Event To Educate Community
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 4th Week

1. Nixon Launched The War On Drugs 50 Years Ago. Who Won? Fifty years ago, President Richard Nixon declared a war on drugs. Today, it is questionable whether anyone won the war. (nbcnews.com) 2. Spike In Drug, Alcohol Related Jail Deaths Puts Spotlight On Fallout From ‘War On Drugs’ Drug and alcohol-related deaths are on
Recovery Advisor Weekly roundup

Substance Abuse Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 3rd Week

1. Ease Of Covid Lockdown Restrictions May Help Diminish Drug Addiction, National Institute On Drug Abuse Director Says Dr. Nora Volkow, Director of the National Institute on Drug Abuse, told CNBC’s “The News with Shepard Smith” that she’s hopeful that the spike in drug overdoses will not be lasting.  cnbc.com 2. OSU Opens New Substance