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Meth Abuse Treatment Helps You Explore the Roots of Your Drug Use

Treating psychological or emotional problems isn’t a new endeavor. As far back as the ancient Greeks, people were identifying mental illness as a disorder and attempting to treat it. Although the methods they used were often bizarre by todaysí standards, consoling and encouraging words were also used and continue to be today. Therapy is the …

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Law Enforcement, Health Officials, and Massachusetts Drug Rehab Centers Warn Against Dangers of Carfentanil

New England authorities, health workers, and staff from Massachusetts drug rehab centers are taking steps to warn local communities about the dangers of a new synthetic opioid called carfentanil. The deadly drug is believed to have recently caused 175 opioid overdoses over a period of six days in Hamilton County, Ohio, and is making its …

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Opioid Abuse Can Be Prevented With New Prescription Awareness Tool, Drug Rehab Centers in Massachusetts

Massachusetts recently rolled out a new prescription monitoring program intended to prevent individuals from obtaining multiple prescriptions for opioid painkillers. The new program, called the Massachusetts Prescription Awareness Tool or MassPat for short, was developed with hopes of improving the state’s opioid abuse crisis. MassPat is the state’s latest effort to prevent opioid addiction, while …

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Massachusetts Rehab Centers Receive Millions to Address Opioid Epidemic

The U.S. Health and Human Services Department recently announced that several health centers in Massachusetts that treat opioid addiction will share $6.8 million in grants to expand their treatment and recovery services. This funding from the Health Resources and Services Administration is part of $94 million for 271 health centers nationwide, and will greatly benefit …

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