Drug Rehab in Georgetown, OH that accepts Medicaid

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: January 10, 2020 Updated: January 10, 2020 If you’re looking for drug rehab in Georgetown, OH that accepts Medicaid, consider BrightView’s center.  BrightView is not your traditional drug rehab, and you’ll experience the difference as soon as you walk through our doors.  Our addiction recovery programs provide medication and therapy on your first day to actually help you feel better. We offer a comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment model that addresses the needs of the whole person: what we call the “biopsychosocial” model…

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Drug Rehab in Warren, OH that accepts Medicaid

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: January 9, 2020 Updated: January 9, 2020 If you’re looking for drug rehab in Warren, OH that accepts Medicaid, consider BrightView’s center.  BrightView is not your traditional drug rehab, and you’ll experience the difference as soon as you walk through our doors.  Our addiction recovery programs provide medication and therapy on your first day to actually help you feel better. We offer a comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment model that addresses the needs of the whole person: what we call the “biopsychosocial” model…

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Drug Rehab in Chillicothe, OH that accepts Medicaid

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: January 7, 2020 Updated: January 7, 2020 If you’re looking for drug rehab in Chillicothe, OH that accepts Medicaid, consider BrightView’s center.  BrightView is not your traditional drug rehab, and you’ll experience the difference as soon as you walk through our doors.  Our addiction recovery programs provide medication and therapy on your first day to actually help you feel better. We offer a comprehensive outpatient addiction treatment model that addresses the needs of the whole person: what we call the “biopsychosocial” model…

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Suboxone Clinic in Ashtabula, OH that accepts Medicaid

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: January 1, 2020 Updated: January 1, 2020 Finding the right drug rehab center in Ashtabula, OH can be a challenge, especially if you are looking for a place that accepts Medicaid or Medicare.  You want a program that will treat you with respect and understanding, while also providing great care.  BrightView is more than just a suboxone clinic in Ashtabula, OH that accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance plans.  We are a comprehensive outpatient program dedicated to providing ongoing care as long…

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BrightView Partnered with Summa Health to create the MAT Transitions of Care Toolkit

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: December 23, 2019 Updated: June 17, 2021 The toolkit provides guidance and documentation to help health systems develop a system of care for patients with opioid and other addictions who are hospitalized in inpatient settings. The toolkit includes protocols, practice guidelines, recommended EMR updates, and other materials to support practice changes in health systems. The toolkit is free and available online. This project was funded by Ohio Mental Health and Addiction Services (OhioMHAS) as part of the Ohio CURES STR grant.

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2019 Insight Winter Newsletter

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: December 5, 2019 Updated: December 5, 2019 What is Dr. Ryan up to? Dr. Ryan met with the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Jerome Adams, and other leaders in the community on September 5th to discuss the benefits of rapid and massive naloxone distribution, stigma reduction, and solutions to the opioid crisis that are working in Ohio. Remember to “Care and carry!” BrightView Wins Top Workplace 2 Years in A Row! BrightView is happy to have won “Top Work Places” again this year,…

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Suboxone Clinic in Youngstown, OH that accepts Medicaid

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: December 2, 2019 Updated: December 2, 2019 Finding the right drug rehab center in Youngstown, OH can be a challenge, especially if you are looking for a place that accepts Medicaid or Medicare.  You want a program that will treat you with respect and understanding, while also providing great care.  BrightView is more than just a suboxone clinic in Youngstown, OH that accepts Medicaid, Medicare, and commercial insurance plans.  We are a comprehensive outpatient program dedicated to providing ongoing care as long…

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Nursing Colleges Enhance Their Curriculum to Stay In Tune With Substance Use Disorder

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: November 14, 2019 Updated: November 14, 2019 Nurses have always been on the front lines of the opioid crisis.  They have the opportunity to recognize patients that might exhibit addictive behaviors.  However, many nursing colleges have only recently added programs about preventing and treating opioid addiction.  Associate professor in the department of acute and chronic care at Johns Hopkins University’s School of Nursing, Deborah Finnell, said that since her arrival at Hopkins 5 years ago, she has made much more of an…

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Tips You Can Learn From Your Dog – For People With SUD and Their Families

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: November 12, 2019 Updated: June 11, 2021 1. Take better care of yourself. The survival instincts of dogs are strong, while they need humans to do things they cannot, like refilling their water and providing dog food – they always make time for themselves.  Often times, family members will spend so much time focusing on their addicted loved ones that they forget to set boundaries or make time for themselves. Dogs teach us that self-care is key to survival. 2. Live in…

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US health officials link childhood trauma to adult illness

By BrightView BrightView Meet The Editorial Team Published: November 6, 2019 Updated: November 6, 2019 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a report on Tuesday that states a plausible correlation between millions of cases of heart disease and other illnesses are linked to abuse and other physical and psychological harm suffered early in life.  While, it is noted that the study does not prove that early trauma is directly related to illnesses and other factors, for example, financial or family problems, however, the link is strong. Jim Mercy,…

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