Faces & Voices of Recovery has announced that recovery historian William White will receive a lifetime achievement award at the national organization's annual recovery event this July.
The state medical society is adopting a three-point plan for physicians and patients to curb pain-medication abuse and addiction.
Seddon Savage, MD, medical director of the Chronic Pain and Recovery Center at Silver Hill Hospital, has received the Distinguished Service Award from the American Pain Society.
Enos received the annual Michael Q. Ford Journalism Award for guiding the coverage of contentious but pivotal issues affecting the treatment industry, including organizational ethics challenges that have become a significant focus among NAATP leaders.
Having joined forces with The Council on Alcohol and Drugs Houston in 2013, the collaboration aims to provide residential treatment services in Austin and intensive outpatient, family treatment and prevention services in both Austin and Houston.
Jay Crosson, a longtime staffer at Cumberland Heights who has served as interim CEO since last fall, has been promoted to CEO of the treatment facility.
American Addiction Centers (AAC) has announced its sixth acquisition this year with its purchase of The Oxford Centre in Mississippi.
A new study has found that smokers who were able to quit had better coordinated activity between two regions of the brain.
Outreach Training Institute is offering scholarships and job placement assistance for its Credentialed Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC) training program to individuals who qualify as low income and meet other criteria.
Mooney has more than 35 years of experience in the field and will be developing new strategic partnerships with substance abuse facilities to expand market distribution of MAP’s core products and new initiatives.
The 7,000-square-foot center offers Princeton House’s Women’s Program, which features specialized services in four areas: trauma, trauma and addiction, dialectical behavior therapy (DBT) and emotion regulation.
Heroes in Recovery and The Justice Project are sponsoring an essay competition on the topic of the relationship between social injustice and addiction.
Survey results released by the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids reveal that many pain patients aren't receiving critical information about their opioid medications.
Addiction Professional has earned a Silver Award in the Best Feature Article category in the American Society of Healthcare Publication Editors' (ASHPE's) annual editorial competition.
New research indicates that hospital emergency staff can engage in interventions that can launch an effective treatment experience for opioid-dependent patients.