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From Substandard to Comprehensive,Changing the Way We Treat Addiction
by Marybeth Cichocki How do we change addiction treatment from being substandard to being effective at saving lives? First, the stigma must die. Second, those suffering from the disease, the addiction professionals, the insurance industry and society must rethink the … Continue reading
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Herion. Stop the Silence. Speak the Truth. Start the Conversation.
The front line of this fight is to Stop the Silence. Scream the Truth. Let people know that Addiction is in their own towns. It walks the halls of their schools and sits beside them in their workplace. It is teaching their children, driving their buses, policing their streets, and killing their neighborhood children. Continue reading
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