Addiction & Recovery
One of the hardest things about dealing with addiction is the overwhelming sense of shame that often comes with it.
You feel shame for getting in this situation and for not …Continue reading
The facts and figures about the opioid crisis in the U.S. are well-known. They've been widely disseminated through a variety of media, government, and third-party sources over the past two …Continue reading
By Greg Phillips, MBA
Senior Vice President, Residential Treatment Division
Pinnacle Treatment Center
No one grows up completely alone.
Each person becomes who they are in context. Everyone is part of a group of …Continue reading
In our recent blog post Methadone: Changing Attitudes, Saving Lives we discussed the benefits of methadone treatment for people struggling with an opioid use disorder. The purpose of that post …Continue reading
The Politics of Addiction: How a Group of Cities and Counties Shaped the Federal Response to the Opioid Crisis
By Joe Pritchard, CEO, Pinnacle Treatment Centers
On October 26th, 2017, the President of the United States convened a press conference in the East Room of the White House and made …Continue reading
If you’re like most of us, you have a constant dialogue running through your mind. That inner voice, which is often unconscious, is entirely normal.
Problems arise when the dialogue …Continue reading