SAMHSA Ruling on Patient Confidentiality: What Patients in Addiction Treatment Should Know
The last thing people seeking addiction treatment need is fear that information about the addiction will reach people who have no need to know about it.
Virtual Reality Tool Helps Addicts Practice Saying “No” to Drugs
When those with a substance use disorder seek addiction treatment, one of the things that they will learn is how to deal with the temptation to use drugs or alcohol…
Collaborative Care Models Prove Beneficial for Addiction Treatment
It is true that not every person is the same, and each case of addiction treatment is unique in its own way. Click here to read on.
Proposed New Payment Model May Encourage More Docs to Treat Addiction
If you or any of your loved ones struggle with an opioid use disorder, you may find that certified addiction treatment solutions in your area are limited.
The Surprising Relationship Between Treatment and Overdose Death Rates
In the New England area, New Hampshire has the lowest per-capita spending for substance treatment and is second lowest in the nation, behind Texas. A similar pattern of spending little…
Exploring Medicaid’s Role in Substance Abuse Treatment
Treatment for more than 650,000 non-elderly adults for addiction comes from Medicaid, the largest single payer for substance abuse treatment. Click for more