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More Sober Living Homes in Portland Begin Allowing Residents Who Receive Medication Assisted Treatment

2022-10-19T14:42:25+00:00

  Relapse is a part of the disease of addiction. Treatment works, especially when it’s evidence-based, but, like many diseases, you can expect the disease to flare under stress or disease mismanagement periodically throughout life.  There are, however, some things we know that help patients stay on track after achieving short-term sobriety. One of those [...]

More Sober Living Homes in Portland Begin Allowing Residents Who Receive Medication Assisted Treatment2022-10-19T14:42:25+00:00

Getting Help for a Fentanyl Addiction in Portland Oregon

2022-06-08T19:47:05+00:00

  The use and distribution of fentanyl is on the rise in Oregon and in Portland, in particular. Five Oregonians die at the hands of fentanyl every week. During the pandemic, drug overdoses  - largely owing to an increase in the use and availability of fentanyl - increased by over 40% in the state of [...]

Getting Help for a Fentanyl Addiction in Portland Oregon2022-06-08T19:47:05+00:00

The 5 Biggest Fears Addiction Treatment Patients Have About Getting Sober in Portland Oregon 

2022-02-27T21:35:16+00:00

  Substance abuse patients in Portland, Oregon have a lot of the same fears as SUDs patients do all around the world. When you’ve built your life around drinking or using, getting sober can be downright terrifying.  Sometimes it’s the what-ifs that keep folks from pursuing treatment and seeking help.  What if… …I become a [...]

The 5 Biggest Fears Addiction Treatment Patients Have About Getting Sober in Portland Oregon 2022-02-27T21:35:16+00:00

No, Portland, MAT Doesn’t ‘Replace One Addiction With Another’

2022-01-14T18:09:39+00:00

  We hear it all the time from new patients, concerned families, and, yes, even the recovery community in Portland, Oregon all the time. You’ve probably heard it, in Portland, too. It goes something like this:  “Methadone? Suboxone? Vivitrol? Isn’t all of this just replacing one addiction with another?”  It makes sense why this is [...]

No, Portland, MAT Doesn’t ‘Replace One Addiction With Another’2022-01-14T18:09:39+00:00
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