Industry News from FHS

Addiction is for the birds.


By Freedom Treatment Services | May 23, 2019

Spring has sprung . . . the season of hope and rebirth. Seemingly, miraculous things are happening all around us. All sorts of animals and plant life are emerging from […]

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Man torn between exercise or gaming.

Endorphins – The Natural Opioid

By Cindy Grant | April 8, 2019

When dogs are lacking proper stimulation (are bored) they often adopt unhealthy behaviors like becoming antsy or restless, being destructive or eating and sleeping excessively. People take on these behaviors […]

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Grafitti Hearts

Loving The Mess

By Cindy Grant | February 12, 2019

Loving The Mess  I don’t know about you, but I find the concept of Valentine’s Day to be very stressful. Whether a person is with or without a partner on […]

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Neon Change Sign


By Freedom Treatment Services | December 28, 2018

Instead create an environment for change. We should really stop falling into the same rut, year after year, of making resolutions that are doomed to be unfulfilled. According to Forbes, […]

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Ornament blown apart symbolizing holiday stress


By Freedom Treatment Services | December 14, 2018

The holiday season is a difficult time of year for a lot of us…especially for those who are struggling with addiction and recovery. Truth be told, most of us have […]

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You Are Here

What is Medication Assisted Treatment and Why is it Working?

By Freedom Treatment Services | September 20, 2018

If you see that image, you are still here with us. Surviving today’s harrowing drug scene is no small task. New data released from the Centers for Disease Control and […]

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Addiction Treatment is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

Addiction Treatment is a Marathon, Not a Sprint

By Beth Beck | May 14, 2018

Medication-assisted treatment or medically-assisted treatment (MAT) says what it means and means what it says. FDA-approved medications are prescribed to help minimize an addict’s withdrawal symptoms and/or block the effects […]

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Definition of Stigma


By Beth Beck | March 13, 2018

Every 16 minutes a person in the United States dies from an opioid overdose.1 In roughly the time it takes me to scroll through Twitter, someone is dead who shouldn’t be. […]

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Addiction: Let’s Be Clear About It

By Beth Beck | February 20, 2018

The thing about myths: they’re enduring, harmful and serve only to assign blame and shame to addicts. #1 ADDICTION IS NOT A DISEASE… Perhaps addiction isn’t quite the same as […]

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Could YOUR kid get hooked?

Yes, YOUR Kid Can Get Hooked Too

By Beth Beck | January 31, 2018

Addiction is not something that only happens to other people’s children, somebody else’s ex-wife or that neighbor kid who was always bad news anyway. It’s them, yes, but it’s also […]

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