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Case Management Significantly Improves  Recovery Through Access to Help

Case Management Significantly Improves Recovery Through Access to Help

Those affected by substance use disorders and mental health disorders often have significant social problems that contribute to the success of their…
Eating Disorders - It's Time to Seek Help

Eating Disorders - It's Time to Seek Help

A little-talked about mental health issue is on the rise. Eating disorders affect more than nine percent of people worldwide which amounts…
Are You Affecting Your Gray Matter?

Are You Affecting Your Gray Matter?

We’ve known for quite some time that alcohol affects a person’s health, and as more studies are done, we are discovering more…
Why Quality Care Matters

Why Quality Care Matters

There continues to be so much stigma associated with addiction and mental health disorders. Many people continue to view these disorders as…
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Read our frequently asked questions to learn more about our offices. If you do not find your answer here, feel free to…
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MATPLUS®)

Medication-Assisted Treatment (MATPLUS®)

MATPlus® Our proprietary approach to MAT is MATPlus®, our wrap-around services, and commitment to long-term treatment sets our MAT treatment apart from…
Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) with MATPLUS®

Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) with MATPLUS®

Opioid Dependence and Addiction Opioid Dependence is a substance use disorder caused by a brain abnormality that results in the need to…

Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD)

Alcohol Dependence and Addiction Like other drugs, heavy alcohol use can lead to tolerance, dependence, and even abuse, which may require treatment.…

Smoking Cessation

About Smoking Cessation Tobacco use often can create tobacco/nicotine dependence and develop smoking-related diseases. Smokers can quit smoking; tobacco/nicotine dependence is treatable.…

Medicaid Patient Limitation Disclaimer

Please be advised that the federal government limits the number of patients to whom a physician may provide medication-assisted treatment for substance…

HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices

HIPAA Notice of Privacy Practices THIS NOTICE DESCRIBES HOW MEDICAL INFORMATION ABOUT YOU MAY BE USED AND DISCLOSED AND HOW YOU CAN…

Adverse Childhood Experiences Impact Us More Than We Might Think

Adverse Childhood Experiences can have a major impact on behavior and physical and mental health. The experiences one walks through as a…

Encourage Loved Ones to Seek Mental Health Care

ENCOURAGE LOVED ONES TO SEEK MENTAL HEALTH CARE The fear of being judged by friends and family can make a person hide,…

Mental Health and Mental Illness

Mental health is a person’s emotional, psychological, and social wellbeing. It plays a large role in the thoughts we have and our…

More than Just the Winter Blues, Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is Depression

Yep, it’s that time of year again! No, I was not referring to legging session or that time of year when you…

How We Can Overcome Mental Health Stigma

Over the years, mental health has not been given the same importance as other health care specialties. Although a high level of…

Healthy Recovery During the Holiday Season

For many of us, the holidays are a time in which we surround ourselves with families and friends and enjoy the respite…

10 Ways to Prevent Burnout and Improve Health

The daily, grinding stress so often experienced by people in the helping professions is what causes the psychological injury we know as…

7 Signs Your Loved One is Addicted to Opioids

Do you think a loved one might be addicted to opioids? Have you experienced behaviors of a loved one that doesn’t add…

What is MATPlus®  

Our Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT) treatment approach combines behavioral counseling with medication for higher levels of success. Counseling is the main focus of…

Depression and Sadness and Your Recovery

Do you feel extreme sadness despite great accomplishments or disappointments in your life?Depression is a serious mental illness that goes untreated. It’s…

What Makes Cocaine and Methamphetamine so Dangerous?

Cocaine and methamphetamine will cause an individual to seem extremely alert and have increased energy along with increased heart rate and blood…

The Most Important Thing for You to Do for Your Sobriety During Tough Times

Keeping Your Sobriety When Life is Tough One of the biggest challenges people face is when things in life get hard. Things…

A Brief Lesson in the War on Drugs

Since the war on drugs began almost 50 years ago, we have learned much about the science of addiction. Today, we know…

Principle of 5: 5 Things to Do in Recovery Every Day

How to Plan a Successful Recovery  When it comes to working with a certified addiction counselor on your recovery, you’ll quickly learn…

What Does High-Quality Addiction Treatment Look Like? 

The most cost-effective, humane, and efficient way to provide medical care involves providing holistic, evidence-based care to people who need it from…

What to look for in an addiction recovery center

Choosing The Right Recovery Center Choosing the best rehabilitation center for you is a difficult but important first step towards getting the treatment…

What Is the Cost of Addiction Treatment?

Problematic use of alcohol or other drugs results in adverse health consequences and serious social concerns. Unfortunately, only a small percentage of persons with substance use disorders seek treatment. Addiction treatment costs…

MAT in Minority Groups

In an effort to improve treatment for everyone, Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), especially as it relates to the treatment of opioid use disorder,…

What is Ketamine?

Overview Ketamine is a popular club drug that got its start in the 1960s as an anesthesia medicine during the Vietnam War.…