Holly L Campbell, CADC, RMSR, SQP

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Addiction: A Disease Delegitimized by Stigma


Professional medical associations, such as the American Society of Addiction Medicine and American Medical Association, define addiction as a disease just like diabetes, cancer, or heart disease. Articulating a usable definition of what “disease” actually is can be surprisingly difficult, as notions of health vary by context. Dorland’s Medical Dictionary generally defines disease as any […]

via Addiction: A Disease Delegitimized by Stigma — Gateway Foundation Alcohol & Drug Treatment

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New Buprenorphine Study


So . . . congress recently passed $1,000,000,000 to address the opioid crisis. Much of that money is expected to be spent on medication assisted treatment. Buprenorphine has been the most frequently touted form of medication assisted treatment. I’ve reviewed the research here and found that it does not live up to the hype. A […]

via New buprenorphine study – more disappointing outcomes — Addiction & Recovery News

Gateway Supports Safe Passage Initiative Program


Gateway Alcohol & Drug Treatment Centers is part of a program called Safe Passage Initiative through the Dixon Police Department. The Safe Passage Initiative is a program that allows individuals struggling with heroin addiction to go to the police or sheriff’s department and turn over their drugs and drug equipment without fear of being arrested. Instead, the […]

https://recovergateway.wordpress.com/2016/04/14/safe-passage-initiative-program/

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