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Beyond Sobriety: Integrated Holistic Healthcare in the Treatment of Substance Use and Co-Occurring Disorders

The issue of addiction in America has taken a prominent seat in our public consciousness over the past decade, with an opioid crisis racking the country and communities across the nation scrambling to respond. Funding for treatment programming, provider collaboration, and public awareness has been funneled toward the problem, but with steady mortality rates and …

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The Benefits of Being a Collaborative Site for Clinical Research Studies

Rebecca Burke, MS Over the years, Root Center for Advanced Recovery has participated in numerous research studies as a collaborating site.  It has partnered with universities and national research organizations both across the country and in our own backyard including Yale University, University of Connecticut, Stanford University, UCLA, Oregon Science and Health University, and the …

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Integrating the Treatment of Co-Occurring Disorders

There is no shortage in publications, guidelines, and statistical data reinforcing the importance of addressing the treatment of co-occurring disorders. Recently published SAMSHA TIP 42 (Substance Use Treatment for Persons With Co-Occurring Disorders) guidelines once again bring this topic into focus.  Mental Illnesses and Substance Use Disorders (SUD) are co-joined in a seemingly never-ending variability …

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