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Stop Thinking Like That

Nine months ago I was rummaging through your garbage for 5¢ cans. Today I am an author.


In the News: A Truly Costly Epidemic

In this most recent example, the funds aren’t there. No new money attached.


Relapse is Not Failure

I felt detached from life and the people around me. I felt like a failure, but I had no other choice but to get back on my feet and try again.


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Families Blogs


Opioid Settlements?

“…over the past five years, less than 10% of the nearly $40 billion in tobacco payments went towards such efforts.”


Tossing the Playbook

We’ve come a long way in treating addictions, but we’re still not very successful at convincing a patient to stick to a treatment regimen.


“Invisible” Hand? Or “Absent” Hand?

In their eagerness to reduce the size of government, states  have stripped away staff who would otherwise make onsite visits to ensure compliance.


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In the News: A Truly Costly Epidemic

In this most recent example, the funds aren’t there. No new money attached.


Crime- the Lifestyle

Young man wearing handcuffs, sitting back againts a wall, looking angry.

That’s why drug treatment may reduce crime, but doesn’t always eliminate it.


Mandated vs. Voluntary Treatment

I suspect that the methodology for measuring success was far too narrow. Focused entirely on crime, they missed a host of other gains from participation in treatment.


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Clinician Blogs


Opioid Settlements?

“…over the past five years, less than 10% of the nearly $40 billion in tobacco payments went towards such efforts.”


Conflict of Interest Case Study

Obviously, being able to give your own business a five star rating on a supposedly independent consumer website could be construed as an unfair advantage.


Tossing the Playbook

We’ve come a long way in treating addictions, but we’re still not very successful at convincing a patient to stick to a treatment regimen.


Resources


In the News: A Truly Costly Epidemic

In this most recent example, the funds aren’t there. No new money attached.


Crime- the Lifestyle

Young man wearing handcuffs, sitting back againts a wall, looking angry.

That’s why drug treatment may reduce crime, but doesn’t always eliminate it.


Mandated vs. Voluntary Treatment

I suspect that the methodology for measuring success was far too narrow. Focused entirely on crime, they missed a host of other gains from participation in treatment.


Social


Programs Blogs


Opioid Settlements?

“…over the past five years, less than 10% of the nearly $40 billion in tobacco payments went towards such efforts.”


Conflict of Interest Case Study

Obviously, being able to give your own business a five star rating on a supposedly independent consumer website could be construed as an unfair advantage.


Tossing the Playbook

We’ve come a long way in treating addictions, but we’re still not very successful at convincing a patient to stick to a treatment regimen.



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Opioid Settlements?

June 21, 2018 in Thinking About Addiction

“…over the past five years, less than 10% of the nearly $40 billion in tobacco payments went towards such efforts.”


Conflict of Interest Case Study

June 18, 2018 in Thinking About Addiction

Obviously, being able to give your own business a five star rating on a supposedly independent consumer website could be construed as an unfair advantage.


Tossing the Playbook

June 14, 2018 in Thinking About Addiction

We’ve come a long way in treating addictions, but we’re still not very successful at convincing a patient to stick to a treatment regimen.


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