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One is Too Hot, One is Too Cold, Goldilocks Program Finds What is Just Right

By Mark Powell on September 10, 2019

 

One is too hot. One is too cold. And one is just right.

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Transitioning to a Substance Free Life

By Mark Powell on September 10, 2019

 

It was just sitting there, a big vacant structure across the street from the Clackamas County Jail. For many years it had housed a local sheriff’s office precinct. Then on a cold day in February 2016, it began a new mission as the home of the Clackamas County Transition Center.

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Replicating Success in Rural America

By Mark Powell on August 21, 2019

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Building a Bridge out of the Criminal Justice System and Into Recovery

By Simone Greene on August 6, 2019

 
Bridges of Iowa Inc. grew from parents’ love for son and has become a lifeline to thousands of Iowans struggling with substance use disorders. Founded 20 years ago by Donald and Charlene Lamberti, Bridges is a long-term program that treats the entire person, complementing intense addiction treatment and cognitive behavior change therapy with the life skills necessary for success.
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Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities and Addiction Policy Forum Receive NIH HEAL Grant

By Addiction Policy Forum on July 25, 2019

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Recap: 2019 National Leadership Conference

By Addiction Policy Forum on June 27, 2019

 

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