Ever wonder how much addiction treatment costs? Or, if insurance pays for rehab? Addiction treatment costs can range from completely Free addiction treatment to many thousands of dollars. Whether or not insurance pays for rehab is a complicated issue, but Amber breaks it down in an easy to understand way. Plus, she goes over the pros and cons of each option.
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Amber Hollingsworth is a Master Addiction Counselor, a Licensed Professional Counselor, and a Licensed Counselor Supervisor.
Hope For Families is committed to providing the right information to empower individuals and families to conquer addiction.
In this video, Amber discusses the differences between Private Addiction Treatment vs. Public Addiction Treatment Vs. Free Addiction Treatment.
There are pros and cons of each type of treatment. The key is determining what’s the right fit for your situation.
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Located in the serene forest foothills of northern Georgia, Black Bear Lodge is a place of solace and healing for those suffering from addiction and mental health issues. We are a residential treatment center offering a comprehensive integrated program that addresses the needs of the whole person—mind, body and spirit. Our system of care is personalized, evidence-based and research-proven. Patients can self-reflect and find strength for life change amid the beauty of the expansive sky and the natural tranquility that characterizes our location. We invite you to discover Black Bear Lodge and the new life that you can find here.
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Ohio Congressman Tim Ryan explains how the United States Postal Service must be closely monitored in order to prevent transport of opioids. Following is a transcript of the video.
Rep. Tim Ryan: It has been devastating to Ohio, it’s been devastating to West Virginia, it’s been devastating to New Hampshire, and other places in the United States. We’re working across the board on a lot of different issues from prevention to working with law enforcement to rehab and treatment.
The opioid epidemic is the deadliest drug crisis in US history. The drugs are used for pain relief, and hydrocodone and oxycodone are the most commonly prescribed. The effects are indistinguishable from heroin, which has led to widespread abuse.
Opioid-related overdose deaths rose 18%, and in 2016 alone, 42,249 people died from opioid-related overdoses. As a result, US life expectancy declined to 78.6 years
Many opioids like fentanyl are ordered and mailed in small doses, making them difficult to detect.
Rep. Tim Ryan: One of the issues really is that quite simply people are shipping these drugs from places around the world through the United States Postal Service, and so we need to have a better monitoring mechanism in place to be able to try to track and you’re really trying to find a needle on a haystack but there are ways to do that and try to limit the ability of these drug dealers to ship their product right through the United States Postal Service. We have an obligation to do that.
In June, the DOJ closed down AlphaBay, an online market for contraband. The site hosted over 250,000 listings for illegal drugs.
In October, Trump declared the opioid crisis a public health emergency.
Trump: That is why, effective today, my administration is officially declaring the opioid crisis a national public health emergency under federal law, and why I am directing all executive agencies to use every appropriate emergency authority to fight the opioid crisis.
But critics say that’s not enough. Declaring a national emergency would push more federal money to the issue.
Rep. Tim Ryan: This is a huge task and the real problem is that the President, while he did declare it a public health emergency, there’s absolutely no money that goes along with that declaration. So we’ve got to have the resources in place and that includes being able to have a more sophisticated way of monitoring things that are coming in through the United States Postal Service.
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Located in Wisconsin’s scenic lake country, Rogers residential care in Oconomowoc offers children, teens, and adults evidence-based treatment in a tranquil setting away from the stresses of daily life. Rogers provides specialized care for OCD and anxiety, eating disorders, depression and other mood disorders, trauma and PTSD, as well as a medication-assisted withdrawal management for alcohol and opioid addiction. Learn more at rogersbh.org.
If you or someone you know is struggling, Rogers can help. Visit rogersbh.org or call 800-767-4411.
Years ago, there seemed to be only a few types of treatment for alcohol addiction, with many finding help with 12 step programs or AA. But now many experts support new and different ways for people to get help with alcoholism. John Hyatt is the CEO and President of IMPACT 2-1-1, a free service in our community for people to find help and resources for things like alcohol addiction and many other issues. IMPACT 2-1-1 is hosting the event HIGHER GROUND… A Love Story on Thursday, September 19 at The Wisconsin Club from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, hosted by our own Molly Fay. For more information, call (414) 302-6624 or visit IMPACTinc.org . And if you need assistance in crisis, simply dial 2-1-1.
The Russel E. Blaisdell Addiction Treatment Center has three decades of experience offering residential treatment. Though the center does accept most insurance, it is nevertheless a county program. Those with appropriate insurance may pay any remaining co-pay on a sliding scale basis, dependent on their income.
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Families with loved ones going through a drug addiction to heroin will now have a new place for rehabilitation. Serenity Mesa, set in Albuquerque’s South Valley, is set to open it’s doors in May 2015.
This video offers testimonies from men and women across Northern Virginia who share their stories of recovery to help others who are dealing with similar challenges. They enable and inspire all of us to live in hope. Learn more about living in recovery in your community: Alexandria Community & Human Services, https://www.alexandriava.gov/dcha, Arlington County Department of Human Services, https://health.arlingtonva.us/behavioral-healthcare/; Fairfax-Falls Church Community Services Board, https://www.fairfaxcounty.gov/community-services-board/
Loudoun County Community Services, https://www.loudoun.gov/, Prince William County Government, http://pwcgov.org/government/dept/cs/pages/default.aspx
Trillium Drop-In Center, Prince William County, http://trilliumdropincenter.org; Recovery Program Solutions of Virginia, Arlington and Fairfax Counties, http://www.rpsva.org,
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A presentation by Megan Way to the Fellowship of Freethought in Dallas, titled, “Addiction and Recovery in the Real World.” Dr. Way is an anesthesiologist and recovering drug addict who is reorienting her career helping patients struggling with addiction.
Fellowship of Freethought Dallas: https://www.youtube.com/user/FoFDallas
Additional Secular Recovery Resources and Information from Megan Way:
General Information about Drug Use, Addiction and Recovery:
Johann Hari works: Book “Chasing the Scream” (http://chasingthescream.com/), videos (http://chasingthescream.com/videos/) and an interview with Sam Harris (https://www.samharris.org/blog/item/a-war-well-lost)
The Thinking Atheist podcast on Addiction Recovery: http://www.thethinkingatheist.com/podcast/addiction-recovery-12-steps-and-beyond
Other helpful books and articles:
The Bio-Psycho-Social-Spiritual Model of Addiction: http://www.amhc.org/poc/view_doc.php?type=doc&id=48328&cn=1408
Healing the Addicted Brain, by Harold Urschel, MD: http://www.enterhealth.com/healing-the-addicted-brain
Secular Friendly Self-Paced, Online or Support Group Recovery Programs:
SMART Recovery (Self Management And Recovery Training) Evidence based 4-point recovery program and support network. Local and online meetings available. http://www.smartrecovery.org/
We Agnostics Group, Alcoholics Anonymous in Dallas (WAG) http://www.weagnosticsdfw.org/
The Alternative 12 Steps – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00M2F3210/ref=dp-kindle-redirect?_encoding=UTF8&btkr=1
LifeRing Secular Recovery – http://lifering.org/
Women For Sobriety – http://womenforsobriety.org/beta2/
Secular Organizations for Sobriety – Nonprofit group. http://www.sossobriety.org/
Rational Recovery – I’m not a fan, but is useful for some. https://rational.org/index.php?id=1
Refuge Recovery – Buddhist philosophy based recovery program http://www.refugerecovery.org/
For Family Members:
SMART resource booklet for family & friends of addicts – https://www.smartrecovery.org/shop/product/books/smart-family-friends-handbook/
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