Addiction Recovery Weekly Roundup 5th week

Correction: Drug Addiction Treatment-App Story

       In a story published July 27, 2021, about a new mobile application used to help treat drug addiction in Montana, The Associated Press erroneously reported the name of the founder of GoMo Health, the company that developed the app. (www.usnews.com)

New Mobile App to Help Drug Addiction Recovery in Montana

      HELENA – A mobile application will be used to help treat addiction in Montana under a new partnership between an addiction treatment provider in Billings and a private company, state officials announced Tuesday. (flatheadbeacon.com)

Delta variant brings concern for workers in addiction recovery centers

     NASHVILLE — The delta variant has people across the country worried about what COVID-19 restrictions could return. Among the most concerned are those who work in addiction recovery. (www.ksby.com)

How Amy Winehouse’s legacy is helping women in addiction recovery

      “This is the first place that I’ve been able to call home, like really relax and feel safe and just be myself.” Amber left rehab 18 months ago. She’d been staying at friend’s houses or her partner’s with no place of her own to call home. (www.bbc.com)

For Philadelphians in addiction recovery navigating the pandemic, there are ‘worse things in life than being isolated’

      Last year, when the COVID-19 lockdowns began, Marvin Vereen had been in recovery from heroin addiction for nearly three years. Over that time, he’d entered addiction treatment, attended recovery group meetings, and found housing and stability in a North Philadelphia recovery housing program. (www.inquirer.com)

 

 

 

 

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