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Alcohol Awareness Month: Alcohol-Related Deaths Increase 35% From 2007-2017

Alcohol Awareness Month: Alcohol-Related Deaths Increase 35% From 2007-2017

By Jennifer R. Maguire, MA, MS, LPC, ACS, CCS, Executive & Clinical Director, New Life Counseling in Keyport, NJ, an intensive outpatient and partial hospitalization program of Pinnacle Treatment Centers

The …

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New Year, New You. The Importance of Goal Setting in Recovery.

New Year, New You. The Importance of Goal Setting in Recovery.

By Liz Rozovsky, BBA, LMSW

Like clockwork, a new year is upon us accompanied by the eagerness to make a fresh start. January is the time of year for making resolutions …

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Telling people not to 'down' drinks could make them drink more

Campaigns designed to stop young people "bolting" drinks can be ineffective and can even make them more likely to do it, new research suggests.

 

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West Virginia: TOO MANY are dying

West Virginia: TOO MANY are dying

The New Yorker (Talbot, June 5th and 12th) includes a lengthy piece on addiction and specifically a small town in west Virginia that has been greatly impacted. The piece includes …

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More Hope for Those Addicted

More Hope for Those Addicted

I have been committed to the cause of addiction treatment and behavioral health for most of my adult life.  I have personally witnessed the havoc that it wreaks on individuals, …

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Where There is Treatment, There is Hope.

Where There is Treatment, There is Hope.

I am a physician. While I have spent the majority of my career as an OB-Gyn, I also specialize in addiction medicine. Both specialties expose the fragile nature of human …

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