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Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup – July 3rd Week

July 14, 2021 admin 0 Comments

BRC Healthcare Expands Into Tennessee With Acquisition of Four Nashville Substance Abuse Treatment Facilities

Andrew Rothermel, CEO of BRC Healthcare noted, “We’re eager to bring the BRC Family of Programs to Nashville, where there’s a real need for addiction treatment services. Nashville is the corporate headquarters for many substance abuse disorder companies but there is actually a shortage of treatment beds. (businesswire.com)

A history of drug dependence is associated with negative mental health outcomes

New research published online in the International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction found that Canadians with a history of drug dependence are much less likely to have flourishing mental health and are more likely to have a mental illness. (eurekalert.org)

With new laws and rule changes, some see hope in addiction battle

As deaths from opioid overdoses rise, NJ will expand access to emergency life-saving remedies By summer’s end, every New Jersey resident will be legally permitted to purchase the life-saving opioid antidote naloxone without a prescription. (njspotlight.com)

Alcohol Abuse Is on the Rise, but Doctors Too Often Fail to Treat It

People with alcohol use disorder are often seen in clinics and hospitals, but medical professionals too often ignore the condition. Like many people who struggle to control their drinking, Andy Mathisen tried a lot of ways to cut back. (nytimes.com)

Outreach Program Helps Camden Addicts with Getting Treatment

CAMDEN, NJ – Drug addicts in need of help are unfortunately a common sight in the city, but two local couples are providing much-needed aid through their newly-formed non-profit. (tapinto.net)

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