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Opiates are the New Meth, experts say

Opiates are the New Meth, experts say

Heroin on the rise Coos County's struggle with drugs is poised to get worse. Experts fear that opiates such ...
Check the Statistics!

Check the Statistics!

I found this these statistics on Medical News Today. 7.5 Million US Kids Live With A Parent With Alcohol ...
How to Beat Anxiety Naturally

How to Beat Anxiety Naturally

I love the idea that is becoming more and more public of living with a diet full of nutrients and vitamins. ...
A Remarkable Recovery: The Impact of Addiction on Relationships

A Remarkable Recovery: The Impact of Addiction on Relationships

I met Brenda at a conference last summer. We spent a day together talking about addiction and recovery while I ...
Understanding the Dynamics of Workaholism — Obsession

Understanding the Dynamics of Workaholism — Obsession

I found this article and wanted to share. The Workaholics The respectable addicts by Barbara Killinger, ...
RECOVERY

RECOVERY

Every day the team at Hired Power assists and supports early recovery. Recently, I have been reflecting about how ...
Definition of Recovery

Definition of Recovery

Every day the team at Hired Power assists and supports early recovery. Recently, I have been reflecting about how ...
To Wait or Dance?

To Wait or Dance?

  Hanging on our wall at Hired Power is this beautiful plaque. Often times we get caught up in the day-to- ...
New Blogger Introduction!!

New Blogger Introduction!!

Welcome to the Hired Power blog! My name is Ally Van Groningen and I am the Director of Outreach of Hired Power. ...
Chronic pain and addiction can be difficult to treat

Chronic pain and addiction can be difficult to treat

By Susan Shelly Chronic pain is a complicated and often misunderstood medical issue. When coupled with addiction, ...
Addiction now defined as brain disorder, not behavior issue

Addiction now defined as brain disorder, not behavior issue

Addiction is a chronic brain disorder and not simply a behavior problem involving alcohol, drugs, gambling or sex, ...
July 14, 2011, 9:29 AM ET.BMA to Doctors: It’s Not Complicated — Don’t Be Facebook Friends with Patients

July 14, 2011, 9:29 AM ET.BMA to Doctors: It’s Not Complicated — Don’t Be Facebook Friends with Patients

By Katherine Hobson Accepting Facebook friend requests from current or former patients is a lousy idea, the ...
Opiates are the New Meth, experts say

Opiates are the New Meth, experts say

Heroin on the rise Coos County's struggle with drugs is poised to get worse. Experts fear that opiates such ...
Check the Statistics!

Check the Statistics!

I found this these statistics on Medical News Today. 7.5 Million US Kids Live With A Parent With Alcohol ...
How to Beat Anxiety Naturally

How to Beat Anxiety Naturally

I love the idea that is becoming more and more public of living with a diet full of nutrients and vitamins. ...
A Remarkable Recovery: The Impact of Addiction on Relationships

A Remarkable Recovery: The Impact of Addiction on Relationships

I met Brenda at a conference last summer. We spent a day together talking about addiction and recovery while I ...
Understanding the Dynamics of Workaholism — Obsession

Understanding the Dynamics of Workaholism — Obsession

I found this article and wanted to share. The Workaholics The respectable addicts by Barbara Killinger, ...
RECOVERY

RECOVERY

Every day the team at Hired Power assists and supports early recovery. Recently, I have been reflecting about how ...
Definition of Recovery

Definition of Recovery

Every day the team at Hired Power assists and supports early recovery. Recently, I have been reflecting about how ...
To Wait or Dance?

To Wait or Dance?

  Hanging on our wall at Hired Power is this beautiful plaque. Often times we get caught up in the day-to- ...
New Blogger Introduction!!

New Blogger Introduction!!

Welcome to the Hired Power blog! My name is Ally Van Groningen and I am the Director of Outreach of Hired Power. ...
Chronic pain and addiction can be difficult to treat

Chronic pain and addiction can be difficult to treat

By Susan Shelly Chronic pain is a complicated and often misunderstood medical issue. When coupled with addiction, ...
Addiction now defined as brain disorder, not behavior issue

Addiction now defined as brain disorder, not behavior issue

Addiction is a chronic brain disorder and not simply a behavior problem involving alcohol, drugs, gambling or sex, ...
July 14, 2011, 9:29 AM ET.BMA to Doctors: It’s Not Complicated — Don’t Be Facebook Friends with Patients

July 14, 2011, 9:29 AM ET.BMA to Doctors: It’s Not Complicated — Don’t Be Facebook Friends with Patients

By Katherine Hobson Accepting Facebook friend requests from current or former patients is a lousy idea, the ...

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