Structured & Accountable Care Video

One of the biggest challenges we face in combating the opioid epidemic…is the fractured state of opioid treatment services.   Getting clean from opioid addiction can be complicated.   To fully recover, one must see a doctor for assessments, a pharmacy for treatment medications, a therapist for counseling, and (hopefully) find friends/mentors for guidance and…

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Integrated Treatment Video

  “Integrated care” is the combination of multiple services to treat a single condition.   It closes gaps in treatment that would (and do) lead to incomplete and unsuccessful treatment.   Integrated and collaborative treatment leads to better outcomes in all sectors of healthcare.   Yet with opioid dependence, despite being a leading cause of…

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Systematic Approach Video

Opioid recovery has evolved, with medications like Suboxone empowering people to stop recreational opioid use while avoiding significant withdrawal…Saving countless lives.   Yet for the majority of people, these medications are provided without additional support…   Unfortunately, that’s just not enough…nearly everyone with opioid dependence also suffers from trauma and/or other mental health conditions, family…

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MAR Video

 Medication Assisted Treatment, or MAT, is a method used to treat opioid dependence.   MAT boasts unparalleled survival rates.   But survival doesn’t mean recovery, and it certainly doesn’t guarantee lasting change…   Unfortunately, Medication-Assisted Treatment is frequently just…medication.   This means no individual therapy, group counseling, family therapy, or social support.   When…

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Opioid Epidemic Statistics

The latest opioid epidemic statistics are staggering. Although knowledge and public awareness of the dangers of opioids continue to grow, so does the epidemic. Pharmaceutical companies, medical professionals, developers, advertisers, retailers, and users continue to fuel the epidemic by producing, marketing, and consuming more opioids each day. As a result, getting treatment at an opioid…

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