• Last Call for Alcohol

    It is cunning, baffling, and powerful. It is also cheap, accessible, and legal. Yes, alcohol wins the trifecta hands down. Alcohol is a formidable opponent and survivor, and has overcome the attacks of the Temperance movement and the thirteen-year-long stranglehold of prohibition. It does not seem to be going away anytime soon.


  • Survey Says: How Listening to Client Feedback Improved Clinical Care

    As consumers, we live in a constant state of information overload. Just try to order a product off Amazon and that point becomes very clear; suddenly there are thousands of options at your fingertips, all of which are seemingly very similar. It can be overwhelming to make a decision on something as simple as the best coffee maker, much less addiction treatment. 


The Stigma of Addiction: Women and Children



ci_opinionHaving worked in addiction health care for nearly four decades, I have found the stigma behind substance-related disorders to be one of the most crippling hindrances to widespread recovery. This stigma, exacerbated among pregnant women or women with children, forces many afflicted women to avoid seeking essential health care services....
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