28-day treatment

Why The 28 Day Treatment Model May Not Work for You

If you’ve decided your drug or alcohol addiction has become too much to handle your best and safest bet is checking yourself into an inpatient drug treatment facility or rehab. There are dozens of different rehabs and detoxes across the country, but they have many similarities including the traditional length

Akron, Ohio Street Dealers Fueling Drug Crisis In West Virginia

The opioid crisis has resulted in thousands of overdoses and deaths across all parts of the country but there’s no doubt that some states are hurting worse than others. Currently, West Virginia leads the nation in opioid deaths per capita followed closely behind by Ohio. Officials in West Virginia may

How Our Chronic Relapse Program Can Help You

There’s much more to drug and alcohol treatment than a one-size-fits-all approach. Everyone’s addiction is different and trying to help everyone with the same therapies and techniques won’t cut it. As the stigma behind addiction weakens, more money has gone into treatment programs which have led to more specialization. You

How Ohio has Already Spent Federal Opioid Money

The entire nation is facing a brutal opioid epidemic, but some states have been hit harder than others. West Virginia is currently the capital of opioid abuse in deaths per capita but Ohio is a close second. The Trump Administration is working directly with government departments and governors to help
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When Should I have an Alcohol Intervention for a Loved One?

If you’ve watched enough TV you’ve probably come across the popular program Intervention. Interventions have been utilized for decades but have become more popular recently through a combination of pop culture, the proliferation of treatment options, and less stigma surrounding alcohol abuse. Unfortunately watching shows about interventions will not make
Opioid Crisis

Ohio Rep Presents Comprehensive Package To Fight Opioid Crisis

Opioids including prescription pills and illicit substances like heroin have been ravaging the United States for multiple decades now, but the rates of deaths, overdose, and addiction have reached alarming levels over the past few years. No state is immune from the national opioid crisis but some states like Ohio
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7 Signs of a Heroin Addiction

The United States is experiencing an opioid crisis and one of the most popular forms of opioids doesn’t come from a doctor but a dealer – heroin. When many users lose access to prescription opioids or prescription users want something more powerful they turn to heroin. It’s cheap, it’s powerful,
Long-Term Rehab

Who Would Benefit Best from Long-Term Rehab?

If you’ve decided you want to kick your alcoholism or drug addiction you will need a plan. The best plans start with an addiction treatment program. If you’ve been researching treatment for you or a loved one you can be overwhelmed by the options. There’s intensive outpatient, short-term inpatient, long-term
Veteran Addiction

Veterans and Addiction

American soldiers serve tirelessly to protect and defend our country, but the mental, emotional, and physical toll can often carry a heavy burden when they return to civilian life. Most people are aware of the staggering rates of PTSD affecting our troops. Something much more unspoken is the prevalence of

How Ohio Hospitals are Battling the Opioid Epidemic

Today it’s hard to meet someone whose life hasn’t been affected by the opioid epidemic. We have all lost family and friends as the opioid crisis marches on – but help is on the way. Ohio has been harshly hit by the current epidemic, falling only behind West Virginia in