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Barriers Women Face in Recovery Process

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A recent study released in the JAMA Psychiatry Journal revealed that women in America have reported a startling increase in alcohol use disorders over the past decade. As research and healthcare professionals grapple with this data, it is important to consider the complex barriers to treatment which women face during the recovery process.   “In… Read On »

Study Reveals 1 in 8 Americans Struggle with Alcohol

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According to a study published this week in JAMA Psychiatry, it is estimated that one out of every eight Americans is struggling with an alcohol use disorder (AUD).   The study – conducted by researchers from the National Institute on Alcohol and Alcoholism, the New York State Psychiatric Institute, and Columbia University – tracked drinking… Read On »

Bipartisan Opioid Commission Requests Declaration of National Emergency

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President Trump’s Commission on Combating Drug Addiction and the Opioid Crisis issued a preliminary report on Monday requesting that he declare a national emergency to deal with the opioid epidemic. Launched on March 29, the commission boldly recognizes the role that opioids have played in the addiction and opioid crisis. Members of the bipartisan panel… Read On »

Clinical Overview of the Recovery Experience

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Amelia Island, FL | July 16th – 19th, 2017   The CORE conference highlights the critical importance of 12-Step processes and abstinence-based recovery and presents new options for productively integrating useful clinical tools into a larger recovery-oriented treatment culture.   Origins Behavioral HealthCare is proud to be a founding patron of this annual conference. We… Read On »

Beloved ‘True Blood’ Star Dies from Fatal Alcohol Detox

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Beloved ‘True Blood’ actor, Nelsan Ellis, passed away this week after complications related to alcoholism and drug addiction.    According to a statement released by Ellis’ family – via his longtime manager – the talented actor had been struggling with alcohol and drug misuse for years. They went on to explain that Ellis attempted to… Read On »

Addictive Medication Pulled from Market by Big Pharma

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Following a controversial request from the FDA, Endo Pharmaceuticals has officially withdrawn one of their potent opioid medications, OPANA ER, from the market.    Their decision comes less than a month after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) submitted a formal request to stop drug sales, stating that the benefits of the drug no… Read On »

Staff Spotlight: Terri O’Connor

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Terri O’Connor has been in the field of addiction treatment for over 25 years, beginning in 1990 when she worked with inner-city youth while pursuing her degree and certification in Addictions Counseling. She held various roles such as Intake Manager and Court Advocacy in the non-profit sector, and was also instrumental in developing substance abuse… Read On »

Origins Behavioral HealthCare | July 2017

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  A Letter From Andrew Rothermel, President & CEO of Origins Behavioral HealthCare  Summer is upon us, and we could not be more invigorated by the possibilities for our organization. Since our acquisition by TRT Holdings, Inc., less than two short months ago, it has been our honor to continue to watch Origins’ extraordinary team… Read On »

Identify the Important Warning Signs | PTSD Awareness Day

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In order to bring greater awareness to the issue of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), the United States Senate designated June 27th as National PTSD Awareness Day. Here are a few things you need to know about PTSD and warning signs to look for in your own life or the life of a loved one. PTSD… Read On »

Deception in Florida Addiction Treatment

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Drew Rothermel, MBA, JD – President and Chief Executive Officer With the opioid crisis now at epidemic proportions, the need to deliver superior substance use disorder treatment has become profoundly important. Desperate for a solution, thousands of struggling patients and their families are finding themselves entangled in the broken system recently highlighted in the New… Read On »