Addiction & Recovery
Weakness or lack of willpower often get the blame when sudden cravings lead us to the next drive-through window for a tasty burger or a milkshake – even when we …Continue reading
By Melissa Rullo LCSW, LCADC, Executive Director, Hamilton Treatment Services, an opioid and substance use disorder treatment program of Pinnacle Treatment Centers
The opioid crisis hit New Jersey hard.
More than 14,000 …Continue reading
Anyone prescribed an opioid pain reliever medication is at risk for developing an addiction. The opioid epidemic continues to ravage rural and metropolitan communities alike across the United States, even …Continue reading
By Brian Thorn, Esq., Chief Operating Officer, Pinnacle Treatment Centers
Each year, mental health providers and advocates, in collaboration with local, state, and federal agencies, spend the month of September working …Continue reading
by Joe Pritchard, CEO, Pinnacle Treatment Centers
September is National Recovery Month.
I’m writing this article because for me – and all of our staff at every one of our centers – …Continue reading
About twenty years ago, at the turn of the millennium, the medical community began a transformation that was necessary to meet the various challenges presented by a rapidly changing world. …Continue reading