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Addiction Treatment Center in Zanesville Offers Outpatient Services

The Zanesville, Ohio community welcomed the opening of a new addiction treatment center last month. The new center, called Zanesville Treatment Services (ZTS), is run...

Wilkes-Barre Addiction Treatment Aided by Hospital

A hospital in Wilkes-Barre, Penn. has been offering county patients addiction treatment resources while also expanding other departments. The Geisinger South Wilkes-Barre Hospital opened a...

Kansas City Addiction Treatment for Mothers Supported by New Collaborative

A new collaborative has formed in Kansas City, Mo. to expand addiction treatment to address the opioid crisis in the state, particularly the rise...

Opioid Addiction Treatment in Dubuque Supported by New Bill

State government officials put their support behind a bill that was signed into law in Dubuque, Iowa this May; although it focused on expanding...

Opioid overdose survivors often not offered interventions

Hospitalized patients who survive an opioid overdose provide critical moments for interventions, but a new study exposes a shortfall in salvaged opportunities for advocating...

Treatment drug shortfall for young opioid addiction sufferers

Youngsters who are struggling with opioid addiction are hugely undertreated when it comes to receiving vital drugs which could prevent relapse and overdose. A new...

Research reveals vulnerable opioid addiction treatment system

A new study has revealed that a tiny proportion of doctors are responsible for handing out the majority of treatment drugs to those battling...

Oral opioid addiction treatments may not be working, study reveals

A Spanish study found that no current oral opioid addiction treatments can claim to be fully effective at treating addiction. The research, published in the...

Buprenorphine could boost treatment time for opioid-dependent newborns

A new method has been discovered to slash the treatment time for babies born with opioid dependency as a result of drug use by...

Medications for opioid use disorder see massive spikes in funding

The amount of Medicaid money spent on three crucial medications used to fight opioid use disorder (OUD) increased sharply between 2011 and 2016, with...
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