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January 12, 2016   Jacob Levenson

As featured in the January issue of Sober World Magazine. Click here to download the issue. When it comes to blazing the healthcare trail with state-of-the art, cutting edge treatment and innovative modalities, the field of addiction treatment has lagged behind. Other healthcare specialties such as oncology have made tremendous...

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January 12, 2016   Karen Pilley

As featured in the January issue of Sober World Magazine. Click here to download the issue. Successfully getting from Point A to Point B has always required the ability to understand potential challenges and obstacles. Having a good foundation of knowledge in order to make an important decision is important...

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January 11, 2016   Jacob Levenson

Perhaps more than most, the field of behavioral health requires some degree of looking back. Considerations of one’s history, family circumstances and life experiences are often more important when treating addiction than the approaches to treating other chronic diseases. However, as we enter this new year, the behavioral health field...

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November 6, 2015   Jacob Levenson

A major transformation in the addiction treatment field is underway. Multiple, significant factors are converging to create a new era wherein data, technology and market forces are constructing a new and enhanced path forward. This transition presents the best opportunity the field of Behavioral Health has experienced in decades to...

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October 16, 2015   Jacob Levenson

125,000 Americans Die of Addiction Every Year – Why Was This Issue Not Covered During the Democratic Debate? Democratic presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton Approximately 125,000 Americans die each year due to the effects of the disease of addiction, but during the democratic presidential debate this week, none...

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October 13, 2015   Marybeth Cichocki

Unite to Face Addiction rally, Washington D.C. 10/4/2015 On Oct. 4, thousands of Americans gathered at the National Mall in DC to raise awareness of the epidemic of substance abuse that is devastating American families. Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Carly Fiorina have raised the issue in their campaigns, and...


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