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Overdose Awareness Day: What You Need To Know

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International Overdose Awareness Day (IOAD) is a global event held on August 31st each year. IOAD aims to raise awareness of drug overdose and reduce the stigma of a drug-related death.  The United States accounts for over 25% of the estimated number of drug-related deaths worldwide, including overdose deaths. From 1999–2018, almost 450,000 people died… Read On »

Quandary in a Conundrum: Addiction and ADHD

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By Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP – Chief Clinical Officer  Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and addiction may have a cozier relationship than many realize, at least according to much of the scientific literature. Recent studies have presented estimates that the prevalence of ADHD in adults with Substance Use Disorders (SUD) might be around… Read On »

Understanding Origins’ ASAM Certification

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By Dr. Raju Mangrola, M.D. – Chief Psychiatrist, Origins Behavioral HealthCare Origins Behavioral HealthCare is uniquely positioned to provide the most intensive level of treatment for medically and psychiatrically complex patients with substance use disorders. Origins’ program is one of very few that provides treatment at the American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) Criteria level… Read On »

The Power of Age-Specific Programming

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Brad Sylvain – Vice President of Operations A common misconception I have experienced during my recovery journey, as well as in my professional career in behavioral health, is the idea that someone may be too young or too old to seek treatment. This message leaves us with the mistaken belief that young people are just… Read On »

Measurements and Meaning: Advancing MBC and Research in Behavioral Healthcare

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Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP|Chief Clinical Officer Today we understand substance use disorders and addictions better than we ever have, and yet, we have so much more to learn. According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), as of 2018, there were around 14,500 facilities in the US treating addiction. One would think… Read On »

THREE YEARS OF STATISTICS SUBSTANTIATE ORIGINS’ TREATMENT APPROACH

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DALLAS, TEXAS (May 25, 2020) – Origins Behavioral HealthCare announces the release of its first retrospective outcomes study. Conducted with three years’ worth of alumni input, it reveals that Origins’ treatment model, across all programs, is extremely effective in helping people recover from substance use disorders. Origins partnered with the OMNI Institute, a nonprofit social… Read On »

ORIGINS NAMES NEW VICE PRESIDENT AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF HANLEY CENTER/FL PROGRAMS

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Terry Shapiro has a long, successful leadership history with company DALLAS, TEXAS (May 21, 2020) – Jim Caldwell, Origins Behavioral HealthCare’s President and CEO, has promoted Terry Shapiro to Vice President and Executive Director of the company’s Florida programs. These programs include Hanley Center, a preeminent provider of addiction treatment for over 30 years. Shapiro… Read On »

ORIGINS BEHAVIORAL HEALTHCARE BRINGS CLINICAL SERVICES TO DALLAS

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DALLAS, Texas – Origins Behavioral HealthCare, which has been headquartered in Dallas since 2017, will begin to offer virtual clinical services through its new location Origins Counseling Dallas, located at 12870 Hillcrest Rd. Originally scheduled to open with a full suite of traditional one-on-one and group counseling appointments, leadership at Origins Behavioral Healthcare has adjusted… Read On »

The Empty Pickle Barrel

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Dr. John Dyben, DHSc, MCAP, CMHP My father grew up in Downers Grove and went to college at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. His father was a delivery driver in the city. My father relayed to me a story about a tumultuous time for Chicago when there were race riots in the ’60s. As the… Read On »

Recognizing Addiction During A National Pandemic  

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Alcoholism, drug addiction, and substance use disorders lead to – and flourish in – isolation and secrecy. But, as people with addiction are forced to quarantine with their loved one, signs of substance use that may have been hidden from view come to the forefront. Substance use is often the central organizing principle of a person’s life,… Read On »