How to Get Help for an Opioid Addiction

There are many places to turn if you or a loved one has an addiction. Here’s the breakdown of trusted resources for residents of the tri-state area. Connecticut The Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services has a page dedicated to explaining the types of services offered to people in the state. Use this list to find addiction services near you. And here’s a list of state-operated inpatient treatment facilities and a list of crisis centers. National The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, has a services locator …

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Drug and Alcohol Rehab and Substance Abuse Counseling

We’re working to build out our own directory of resources. Until that is complete, we want to refer you to a site with a number of excellent options for overcoming addiction. Their list is also incomplete. Drug Detox Centers in Connecticut Get started on your recovery. Locate the best detox clinics right here. Drug Detox Centers Fairfield County Drug Detox Centers Hartford County Drug Detox Centers Litchfield County Drug Detox Centers Middlesex County Inpatient Drug Recovery Centers in Connecticut Find an inpatient drug rehab center for the best care. Get the therapy you need. Inpatient Drug Recovery Centers Fairfield County …

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Hartford Inpatient Drug and Alcohol Rehab Programs

If you’re looking to help yourself or someone you love struggling with in Hartford, , Rehabs.com a of exclusive private programs, as well as . We can centers for a to . Search for a top rehabilitation program in Hartford now, and on the . 30, 60, 90-Day Inpatient Vs. Outpatient Rehabilitation in Hartford, West Virginia from Dextropropoxyphene, Demerol, alcohol or you or your loved one is addicted to takes an . Two options of programs in Hartford can help you succeed: either Inpatient or Outpatient Rehabilitation. offers with in a highly-rated rehabilitation clinic. may be , but lack the …

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Wisconsin county expands opioid recovery program

MADISON, Wis. — Wisconsin’s second-most populous county is expanding a program that tries to get people with addictions into treatment after they land in jail or the emergency room. Most Dane County hospitals currently use a program the county began in 2016 to connect opioid users who come to the ER with state-certified recovery coaches. Area police departments and emergency medical service agencies starting this summer will also begin making referrals to recovery coaches, Wisconsin Public Radio reported. "With this expansion we will be the only county in the nation with this comprehensive of an approach to connect people in …

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Wisconsin county expands opioid recovery program | Charlotte Observer

Wisconsin’s second-most populous county is expanding a program that tries to get people with addictions into treatment after they land in jail or the emergency room. Most Dane County hospitals currently use a program the county began in 2016 to connect opioid users who come to the ER with state-certified recovery coaches. Area police departments and emergency medical service agencies starting this summer will also begin making referrals to recovery coaches, Wisconsin Public Radio reported. "With this expansion we will be the only county in the nation with this comprehensive of an approach to connect people in need to the …

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Wisconsin county expands opioid recovery program | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Wisconsin’s second-most populous county is expanding a program that tries to get people with addictions into treatment after they land in jail or the emergency room. Most Dane County hospitals currently use a program the county began in 2016 to connect opioid users who come to the ER with state-certified recovery coaches. Area police departments and emergency medical service agencies starting this summer will also begin making referrals to recovery coaches, Wisconsin Public Radio reported. "With this expansion we will be the only county in the nation with this comprehensive of an approach to connect people in need to the …

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Wisconsin county expands opioid recovery program | The Wichita Eagle

Wisconsin’s second-most populous county is expanding a program that tries to get people with addictions into treatment after they land in jail or the emergency room. Most Dane County hospitals currently use a program the county began in 2016 to connect opioid users who come to the ER with state-certified recovery coaches. Area police departments and emergency medical service agencies starting this summer will also begin making referrals to recovery coaches, Wisconsin Public Radio reported. "With this expansion we will be the only county in the nation with this comprehensive of an approach to connect people in need to the …

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Traffic offense leads to Blackford meth arrest

(Photo: Photo provided) HARTFORD CITY, Ind. – After a drug-related arrest that stemmed from a failure to use his vehicle’s turn signal, a Hartford City man assured authorities he was not a meth dealer. He did, however, reportedly say he gave "a shot of (meth) away from time to time if someone needs it.” Jeremy L. Glass, 41, of the 1200 block of West Water Street, was charged in recent days in Blackford Circuit Court with possession of meth, a controlled substance, marijuana and paraphernalia, and unlawful possession of a syringe. RELATED: â–ºPolice arrest four, seize $27K in meth, guns …

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Traces Of Opioids Found In Seattle-Area Mussels

A recent study shows mussels in Puget Sound have tested positive for trace amounts of the opioid oxycodone. Bay mussels in Washington’s Puget Sound have tested positive for trace amounts of oxycodone , providing more evidence that the opioid prescription medication is truly ubiquitous. Researchers at the Puget Sound Institute who analyzed the mussels said the discovery of pharmaceuticals and illicit drugs in harbors in the Seattle and Bremerton areas is not uncommon — but the organization noted this is the first time that opioids have been found in local shellfish. "We found antibiotics, we found antidepressants, chemotherapy drugs, heart …

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Report: NJ workplace drug tests show use of opioids down, amphetamines up

Donna Andelora, of Wayne, talks about warning signs she wish she knew about before her son became addicted to heroin. Her son overdosed in 2012 and now she hopes to educate other parents on what to look for. Monday, May 7, 2018 Kevin R. Wexler/NorthJersey.com (Photo: File photo) More than 10 million employment-related drug tests in 2017 showed a drop in opioid-positive results, but an increase in positive results for amphetamine use. Overall, there was a 12 percent drop in the total of positive results among New Jersey workers when compared to 2016, according to the nation’s largest diagnostic services …

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Police logs – May 26, 2018

Groton City Norris Tillery, 47, of 31 Grand St., New London, was charged Monday with driving with a suspended license and traveling unreasonably fast. Groton Town Luke Sarsfield, 21, of 246 Ohio Ave. was charged Thursday with risk of injury to a child and third-degree assault. Ledyard Joseph Ververis, 24, of 161 Bishop Road, Bozrah, was charged Friday with possession of heroin and possession of drug paraphernalia. Norwich Kyle Smith, 31, of 575 New London Turnpike was charged Thursday with two counts of risk of injury to a minor and one count each of disorderly conduct, second-degree threatening and carrying …

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Cops intercept drugs intended for smuggling into jail

Authorities said Thursday’s investigation resulted in the drugs, which were “specifically packaged for conveyance,” being seized and the arrest of Aleesha A. Hardy, 28, of 622 W. Pearl St., Willard. Hardy was charged with one count each of trafficking in drugs in a school zone, complicity to illegal conveyance of drugs into a detention facility and conspiracy. Hardy was arrested before she could transfer the drugs to an inmate on furlough and no drugs entered the Huron County Jail. Authorities credited Hardy with being cooperative and admitting to her role in the crime. Investigators said charges against “the other participating …

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Egg Harbor City man sentence on guns, drug charges

MAYS LANDING – An Egg Harbor City man was sentenced Friday after pleading guilty to multiple drug and weapons charges, Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner said. Kenneth Burrell, 40, was sentenced to 24 years in state prison. The sentence was handed down by Atlantic County Superior Court Judge Bernard DeLury. Burrell was arrested during a motor vehicle stop on March 30, 2017 in Mullica Township. An investigation by the Atlantic County Prosecutor’s Office Gangs, Guns and Narcotics Unit, the FBI and other federal state and local law enforcement resulted in the arrests of five men and the seizure of …

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