Addiction weekly news-June 4th Week

Understanding Therapy For Addiction Recovery

An integral part of rehab is therapy for substance abuse. Therapy allows patients seeking treatment to heal with a variety of options. Different rehabs will offer options depending on factors like location, cost, and intended focal group; however, many offer therapies like group therapy, one-on-one therapy, and family counseling as standard therapies. (addictioncenter.com)

Mobile addiction-recovery company expands services

Dynamic Care, an Inno 2019 “50 on Fire” winner, has released data showing that its recovery platform can increase quit rates two-three times more than average recovery systems for drugs, alcohol and tobacco. Three government-funded studies by academic researchers at John Hopkins University, Western Michigan University and The University of Vermont were published by peer-reviewed journals showing the company’s success with recovering addicts, company officials said.(bizjournals.com)

New Rehabilitation Center in North Charleston Aims to Help Recovery From Drug and Alcohol Addiction

North Charleston, SC, June 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Transcendence Treatment Center is a new outpatient rehabilitation center that opened in May off of Leeds Avenue in North Charleston. With love for the local community and the desire to help individuals suffering from addiction, Transcendence Treatment Center uses a holistic approach to healing. (globenewswire.com)

Treating gambling addiction

The U.S. Supreme Court in 2018 overturned federal prohibitions against sports betting. In the years since many states have jumped on the gambling bandwagon. Nearly two dozen states and Washington, D.C., have legalized sports betting, including online and mobile betting. Still, there are risks, unsurprisingly exacerbated by the coronavirus pandemic. (toledoblade.com)

Impact on mental health, addiction recovery as things go back to normal

As more Americans get vaccinated and life returns to some degree of normalcy, experts weighed in on the impact the pandemic has had on mental health and addiction. The pandemic brought on the perfect storm when it comes to mental health and addiction as the onset of symptoms, such as social isolation, economic stressors and grief, are all factors many Americans have experienced. (abc57.com)

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