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Treating Drug Epidemics Requires More Than Changes in Law

For a small country, Portugal has a lot of scientific and anecdotal data to offer the world about protecting people from substance abuse. At The Guardian… 309 more words


Inpatient Facilities Vs Outpatient Facilities – A Comparative Guide

The process of drug treatment in Hayward engrosses much more than just not using substances. A rehab facility can be offered in two common settings – inpatient and outpatient. 176 more words

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Ottawa doctor walks away from top hospital job, passes up retirement to continue work with homeless

“I want more drugs!” a clearly agitated 20-something woman demands as she twitches and stands in the examination room of the Shepherds of Good Hope… 678 more words


Cocaine Addiction - Consider the Modern Effective Treatments for Addicted Persons

Cocaine is one of the common illegal substances that cover almost forty percent of the drug abuse cases. Millions of people have reported the cocaine addiction of their family members. 265 more words

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Taking Care Of Your Children During Rehab

One of the biggest concerns for people who need drug treatment in San Mateo, CA is their family – where they’ll stay, how they can make ends meet financially and whether they can stay in touch during treatment. 170 more words

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Florida Doctor Sentenced For Multi-Million Dollar Drug & Alcohol Addiction Treatment Health Care Fraud, Money Laundering & Forced Prostitution Scheme

Florida physician Joaquin Mendez was sentenced to serve 48 months in prison, followed by one year of supervised release and pay  $2,198,520.37 in restitution for participating in a now notorious multi-million dollar health care fraud and money laundering scheme under which Mendez, along with co-defendants Kenneth Chatman, Fransesia Davis, and Michael Bonds defrauded public and private payers by giving free or reduced rent and other benefits as kickbacks and bribes to individuals with insurance who agreed to reside at  3,725 more words

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New Deschutes drug program prioritizes treatment, not prison

Low-level drug offenders will be offered help instead of prison time.

The Deschutes County District Attorney’s Office is starting a program Friday that puts those arrested for small amounts of illegal drugs in treatment rather than behind bars, but seeks maximum prison time for drug dealers. 59 more words

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