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Two addiction treatment leaders discuss the industrywide disruption from the COVID-19 crisis and how it is affecting the psyche of providers and patients.
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In lieu of an in-person event, the 2020 Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit will be presented online as a virtual experience during the conference’s originally scheduled dates, April 14-16.
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New Hampshire's Recovery Friendly Workplace initiative is leading to action by a corporate sector that often has avoided coming to grips with addiction's effect on productivity.
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Jessica Harman, RN, will oversee medication-assisted treatment services for opioid use disorder in her role as director of behavioral health nursing at Centerstone.
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Brian Smart, MD, has been named medical director for the Washington state facilities operated by Northpoint Recovery, which provides residential and outpatient treatment in Washington and Idaho.
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Rebecca Flood is returning to Seabrook House, where she worked for 26 years, to become the treatment organization's vice president of treatment services.
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The State Employees' Credit Union Foundation in North Carolina has issued a $1 million grant toward renovation of a Winston-Salem facility offering transitional housing and support to individuals in recovery.
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Ria Health is leveraging technology in an effort to improve engagement in alcohol use disorder treatment that includes medication.
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Conquer Addiction, an organization seeking to improve the public's access to information about treatment quality, has announced the initial recipients of its Excellence in Treatment awards.
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Longtime treatment executive and Addiction Professional blogger Rebecca Flood has left her role as CEO of Ashley Addiction Treatment.
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Tikvah Lake Recovery is offering an intensive 10-day residential program for executives and others who are reluctant to commit to longer treatment stays.
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