Monthly Archives: May, 2019

More patients seeking behavioral treatment

The epidemic of opioid-related addictions and deaths in recent years has drawn increased attention to behavioral health issues, such as suicide and depression, in...

Drug abuse prevention, education key

Some children are already using drugs at the age of 12 or 13, according to studies like the National Survey on Drug Use and...

Aspen forum to put spotlight on helping teens

The topic of teen health takes center stage at a forum Monday that comes in the aftermath of a string of traumatic episodes involving...

Homeless survey finds large portion in Eureka suffering from substance abuse

The Eureka Police Department conducted a survey asking 190 homeless a series of questions that they hope will gain insight into the demographics of...

Recovery is not a race

You don't have to feel guilty if it takes you longer than you thought it would.

Hope for Healing Florida mental health, substance abuse plan unveiled

A new, multi-agency mental health and substance abuse campaign called Hope for Healing was kicked off Thursday in Florida with an announcement by first lady Casey...

Progress made against opioids

There are encouraging early signs that opioid abuse in Lebanon County may be peaking, but no one is planning a victory lap in the...

Improving Treatment by Measuring Neuroscience Domains

Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is a common, heterogeneous disorder, and this heterogeneity drives the need for precision treatment. In a recent study, investigators at...

Dana Point Rehab Campus Hosts Its First Weekend Retreat to Celebrate Recovery

LAGUNA NIGUEL, Calif., May 16, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Dana Point Rehab Campus is inviting the public, clients and their loved ones to its first...

Does New York have a gambling problem?

ALBANY – After two decades of widely expanded state-sanctioned gambling opportunities in New York, officials with the Cuomo administration now want to find out...
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