health insurance

Are Health Insurance Companies Fueling the Opioid Epidemic?

In one of the greatest health epidemics facing our country in the last 100 years, the opioid epidemic has everyone talking about how to fight back. One of the primary targets for blame is the major pharmaceutical companies that manufacture and massively pedal these prescription drugs. However, one that is

When Should I Have an Intervention for a Loved One?

When someone is struggling with addiction, it is only a matter of time until his or her tendencies become obvious to others. At the beginning of one’s addiction, he or she may only display a few red flags of symptoms such as being secretive or asking to borrow some cash.

Kasich Admin Block Ohio’s Syringe Program from Getting Federal Funds

There is no doubt that people all over the country are struggling to keep their heads above water amid the opioid crisis that we are in, however, some places across the United States are hotbeds for this ever-growing epidemic. Ohio is one of them. Right behind West Virginia, Ohio remains
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How Do I Know If Short-Term or Long-Term Rehab Is for Right For Me?

Today, America is facing more challenges than we are possibly able to count. One of those challenges is addiction. Millions of Americans are addicted to substances such as alcohol, heroin, prescription drugs, cocaine, and many more. And while not nearly enough of these individuals are obtaining the treatment they need
Residential Rehab

Six Signs You Need Residential Rehab

If you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, the last thing that might be on your mind is getting treatment. You, like many other addicts and alcoholics, are likely more consumed in your active addiction (seeking out your substances of choice, going to all ends to obtain these substances, and

How The STOP Act Will Keep Synthetic Opioids Out of Ohio

As we approach the middle of 2018, we are still right in the thick of the opioid epidemic. People throughout the country are abusing and overdosing on substances like heroin, morphine, fentanyl, and oxycodone at a rapid rate. And while there is now more education available regarding these drugs and

Circle Health Services Provides Fentanyl Test Strips to Combat Ohio’s Opioid Epidemic

Ohio has remained one of the most addicted states within the country for years. In fact, the Ohio Department of Health reported that between 2000 and 2015, the death rate in the state caused by unintentional drug poisonings rose by 642%. They also state that at least eight people die
women's rehab

Benefits of Going Through a Women’s Rehab Program

If you are addicted to drugs and/or alcohol, the idea of getting treatment can be entirely overwhelming. In fact, it might not even be something that you want to do. However, if you have come to a place in your life where treatment is your next step, it is important
Life Skills Therapy

4 Tools You’ll Learn in Life Skills Therapy

Addiction has the ability to send your life completely off the rails and then some. Several people struggle with severe physical consequences that have changed the course of their lives. Others battle legal troubles, such as DUI’s and other substance-related crimes. Many people no longer have any battles to face,

ICE Offering More Money and Agents in Ohio to Fight Opioid Epidemic

In 2011, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) declared an opioid epidemic within the United States. Since then, people across the country have continually abused prescription painkillers and heroin to the point where addictions have developed and lives have been lost. In some states, the opioid epidemic is