Twitter | Search | |
Search Refresh
Samantha 4h
Replying to @Ted_LQ4L
If the person was already having issues with the Disease didn't change, only the Substance of choice. Just as the current shift now is from Opioids to Stimulants. Take away the Substance of choice doesn't change the Disease, it changes the Substance of Use.
Reply Retweet Like
Samantha 4h
Replying to @Ted_LQ4L
2) This 👆 is why from a Logical perspective Pharma isn't responsible. Yes, they were unscrupulous in their marketing & fined heavily. But "caused" Addiction? Not if those with already had an issue prior to RX use.
Reply Retweet Like
Bill Wylson, Autor 10h
"Meditate and reflect for an hour about your relationship with your heavenly Father and your Redeemer. It will do something for you." GBH
Reply Retweet Like
NJII Healthcare 13h
We're teaming with (January 28 at 2 EST) to inform professionals about available technology. Register here: . NJII is vendor agnostic. Learn how we help professionals at
Reply Retweet Like
Bridge 9h
Youth Prevention Program: first-round deadline is February 6, 2020. Apply now!
Reply Retweet Like
Nevada Psychiatric Jan 26
The new Las Vegas VA Residential and Recovery Renewal Center (LVR3) is the first inpatient treatment center and the VA's second gambling treatment center. The 20 bed facility also treats . VA bulletin:
Reply Retweet Like
Samantha 5h
It's not for . They can't join. It's for those who can show harm/loss due to .
Reply Retweet Like
Prison_Health 4h
Book - The American Disease: Origins of Narcotic Control Narcotics HT
Reply Retweet Like
Samantha Jan 24
Other Federal programs policies also present barriers to Recovery for people with . "Any" type of drug conviction within 10 yrs prevents them from being able to access Affordable Housing programs.
Reply Retweet Like
CHCS 11h
. and partnered to improve access to treatment by modernizing Hennepin County’s detoxification services into a person-centered withdrawal management services model.
Reply Retweet Like
Family to Family Support Network 13h
“Dr Kindig saw more pregnant women w , whose newborns were sent to special care units w , (withdrawal)...Nearly 2,000 such hospitalizations in OH in 2018.” for
Reply Retweet Like
brn Jan 26
Interesting recovery podcast where they interview who authored Quit Like a Woman. I had to construct my own recovery because some old modalities didn't work. Not Buddhist but good.
Reply Retweet Like
Honora Englander Jan 22
Talking to broad stakeholders about our study of hospital addictions care today, and several folks shared excitement of tweeting our findings. Let's change the standard of care across US Hospitals.
Reply Retweet Like
Peter & Elizabeth Tower Foundation 13h
Redefining "Relapse": 4 strategies for rebounding from setbacks via
Reply Retweet Like
CHCS 10h
People who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid have high rates of chronic illness, making them more vulnerable to opioid misuse. and partnered to improve access to community-based treatments for individuals with .
Reply Retweet Like
Bill Wylson, Autor Jan 26
Christ is always near, waiting and willing to help us when we pray for help and are willing to repent and come unto Him. M. Russell Ballard
Reply Retweet Like
Prison_Health 18h
Reply Retweet Like
Julie K. Johnson Jan 26
Replying to @Peter_Grinspoon
I’m interested in the potential this finding could help w/ (i.e. using data + machine learning to assist in intervention & combining risky behavior(s) prevention (so not siloed))
Reply Retweet Like
Peter & Elizabeth Tower Foundation 7h
Reply Retweet Like
Steve Taylor Jan 25
Thank you for this & the “StyleGuide” for journalists when describing Substance Use Disorder People working in & see the damage done by using stigmatising launguage. The number of articles I’ve seen ruined with the title HIV-Victim or AIDS-Sufferer 🤬🤯🤬
Reply Retweet Like