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Addiction News

SaVida Health an Outpatient Medical Practice for Opioid and Alcohol Addiction Opens in St. Albans VT

SaVida Health, an Outpatient Medical Practice for Opioid and Alcohol Addiction, Opens in St. Albans, VT

SaVida Health, an Outpatient Medical Practice for Opioid and Alcohol Addiction, Opens in St. Albans, VT St. Albans, VT (October 21, 2020) – SaVida Health, a leader in outpatient medication-assisted treatment for substance use disorder, is opening a new treatment center at 17 Catherine St., St Albans, VT on November 2, 2020. This is SaVida’s seventh specialty medical practice in Vermont joining sites in Bennington, Springfield, Newport, Morrisville, Colchester, and Vergennes. SaVida offers comprehensive, evidenced based services designed to meet a person's unique needs. In addition to prescribing FDA-approved medications like Suboxone and Vivitrol during either weekly, biweekly or monthly visits,...

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SaVida Health, an Outpatient Specialty Medical Practice for Opioid and Alcohol Addiction, Expands to Penobscot County

SaVida Health, an Outpatient Specialty Medical Practice for Opioid and Alcohol Addiction, Expands to Penobscot County Brewer, ME (October 15, 2020) – SaVida Health, a leader in outpatient medication-assisted treatment for opioid and alcohol addiction, is opening its second treatment center in Maine to complement its Biddeford location. The new location will be in Penobscot County at 41 Acme Road, Suite 3 in Brewer, Maine and opens on November 5, 2020. SaVida can accommodate in-person and telehealth visits. SaVida is licensed to provide Opioid Health Home Services (OHHS) in Maine and offers comprehensive, evidenced based medical, behavioral, and wrap-around services designed...

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National Recovery Month 2019: The Power of a Strong Support System

National Recovery Month 2019: The Power of a Strong Support System National Recovery Month is celebrated every September. Now in its 30th year, this initiative boosts treatment awareness and celebrates the successes of those in recovery. This month is an opportunity to bring visibility to recovery, highlight the effective treatments available, display the strength of support communities, dismantle the stigma surrounding addiction, and bring a message of hope to those who need it the most. But National Recovery Month isn’t just for those in recovery. It’s also a special time for anyone who’s been impacted by the disease of addiction and...

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Medicaid Makes Outpatient Opioid Addiction Treatment Affordable

Medicaid Makes Outpatient Opioid Addiction Treatment Affordable The opioid epidemic takes a staggering toll on the United States. In the past two decades, around 400,000 people have died from opioid-related overdoses. And for the first time, Americans are now more likely to die from opioid overdose than from a car crash. Needless to say, access to opioid addiction treatment is more important than ever. Isn’t Addiction Treatment Expensive? We know that cost is generally the number one barrier that prevents access to treatment. Many inpatient treatment programs can cost tens of thousands of dollars for 30-day stays. While inpatient or residential treatment can be useful...

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paramedics

New Jersey Paramedics Can Now Offer Patients Suboxone After Overdose

New Jersey Paramedics Can Now Offer Patients Suboxone After Overdose paramedics   This is a first for the addiction treatment world. Last month, the New Jersey health commissioner authorized its paramedics to administer the drug buprenorphine (brand name Suboxone) to patients after their overdose had been reversed using the opioid antidote naloxone. This groundbreaking model has two specific goals. The first goal is treating opioid withdrawal symptoms caused by administration of naloxone. Naloxone (also known as Narcan) is an “opioid antagonist” that reverses the life-threatening effects of opioids – specifically depression of the central nervous system and respiratory system. Simply put, naloxone helps to...

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