IOM Report: Military Needs to Do More to Treat, Prevent Drug and Alcohol Abuse

IOM Report: Military Needs To Do More To Treat, Prevent Drug And Alcohol Abuse

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In a report requested by the Department of Defense and released on Monday, IOM said treatment and prevention programs are "inconsistent" in their use of evidence-based medicine and that health care providers aren't adequately trained at all levels …
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Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center Highlights Physician

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“Opening up a dialogue has proven to be one of the most effective means of combating alcohol abuse,” begins a spokesperson for Mountainside Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center. “And this just doesn't apply to emergency room physicians.
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The Recovery Place Drug Rehab and Alcohol Treatment Center Celebrates Five

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In July 2007, The Recovery Place opened its doors to individuals and their families to recover from alcohol and drug addiction. This year, the compassionate and experienced staff is celebrating five years of effective drug rehab and alcohol treatment.
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In this study, the more a client was confronted, the more alcohol the client drank. (Institute of Medicine, 1990b). Comparing substance abuse treatment to a swinging pendulum, one writer noted, is that the client has not reasoned through the problem adequately and needs help to do … Read Document

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