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“One of the problems is that treatment programs get blamed as part of the problem, instead of credited as part of the solution,” Richard Pruss, the president of Samaritan Village, a residential drug treatment program, told The New York Times. “#DrugAbuse has far more of an effect on a neighborhood than a drug-treatment center.” #Notinmybackyard seeks to alienate and push those who seek treatment away from the community. Don’t believe us? This quote from the San Clemente Times says it all: “They’ve done nothing wrong yet…but they do not belong in a neighborhood like this. We don’t have a problem with people getting help, but this is not the proper place for it.” Here’s the link to our new editorial series: http://bit.ly/NIMBY_G
Here’s the link to the San Clemente Times article: http://bit.ly/2bfzJvW #Sovtalk #Crime #SanClemente
Researchers have documented the importance of providing evidence-based treatments to people with mental illnesses, including substance use disorders (SUDs), not only to improve their quality of life, but also to lessen the social and economic burden of these conditions on society as a whole. Although many people agree that individuals with alcohol and drug use …
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“#NIMBY is the strong opposition of residents to having #MentalHealth and #SubstanceAbuse treatment facilities located within their neighborhoods, often fueled by residents’ unjustified fears that allowing these types of businesses into their communities will reduce their property values and bring in more #drugs and crime.“
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Researchers have documented the importance of providing evidence-based treatments to people with mental illnesses, including substance use disorders (SUDs), not only to improve their quality of life, but also to lessen the social and economic burden of these conditions on society as a whole. Although many people agree that individuals with alcohol and drug use …
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*Appendix: Tables and Graphs of Crimes in San Clemente From 2009 to 2015 *
Our recent editorial series #NotInMyBackYard  has raised some questions about the accuracy of our data. For those who are wondering, ponder no more. Here is a link to the appendix: http://bit.ly/NIMBY_G26
Crime data for San Clemente was obtained from the Orange County Sheriff’s Department’s (OCSD) website. Individual crimes were counted and combined by year for each of 12 crime categories. A total crime index was created by combining all crimes reported for each year. Calculations Crime rates were calculated by dividing the index of crimes (e.g., …
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#CARA has passed, but the debate isn’t over. While the bill had support from both sides of the aisle, Republicans have been called out by Democrats and the President due to cuts in the budget that are needed to make CARA work properly. Read up on the details here: http://ow.ly/ItmF303AA2J
“This bill is like a Hollywood movie set – something that appears real on the surface but has no substance and no life behind its façade,” said Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y. Schumer is referring to the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act (CARA), which President Obama signed into law in July. While the act promises to …
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#NotInMyBackyard  is our latest editorial series that covers the controversial issue that is #sober  living homes in cities. In this 5 part series, we cover the different aspects of why #SoberLivingHomes  are important and how they affect the community in which they exist. “Not In My Backyard” is a well-researched document series that is meant to clear the air with facts. http://bit.ly/NIMBY_G
Researchers have documented the importance of providing evidence-based treatments to people with mental illnesses, including substance use disorders (SUDs), not only to improve their quality of life, but also to lessen the social and economic burden of these conditions on society as a whole. Although many people agree that individuals with alcohol and drug use …
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Sovereign Health’s Chief Medical Officer Ashish Bhatt, M.D., was interviewed on KMIR Palm Desert yesterday! The interview went well and footage from it will be posted here as soon as it is available, so stay tuned! Until then, enjoy these photos from the set!
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Treatment for #backpain can involve more than just pain pills. Learn about alternative #treatment options. http://bit.ly/2bDBbVc
Mechanical low back pain is the second leading cause for individuals to visit a health care provider. Approximately 80 percent of Americans will develop mechanical low back pain at least once in their lives. It most commonly occurs between 20 and 40 years of age, American Family Physician reported. Unfortunately, recurrent low back pain re-occurs …
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Though initially rewarding, #marijuana use affects the brain’s pleasure center long term: http://bit.ly/2bAUaT8
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Dr. Ashish Bhatt, Sovereign’s Chief Medical Officer, shares his vision of evidence-based #MentalHealth treatment program on KMIR Palm Desert show. Take a look: https://vimeo.com/180100408
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Here is the official #NotInMyBackyard  press release! Read up on why the series was created and our intent with it going forward. http://prn.to/2bSohmU
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Why do college Greeks find less help in treatment programs than the non-Greeks? http://bit.ly/2bnLFcs #AlcoholAddiction
College fraternities and binge drinking have gone hand-in-hand for decades. In spite of treatment professionals’ best efforts, alcohol interventions have largely failed to curb excessive alcohol consumption in Greek culture. There doesn’t seem to be any end in sight to this destructive relationship. Binge drinking in Greek culture In 2000, Harvard School of HealthRead more
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Happy birthday Audrey!!!
Audrey Smith, Sovereign’s National Legal Council, was surprised with a #cake  and merriment on her birthday! Here are some photos of the celebration from our Pompano Beach location! Happy #birthday  Audrey!!!
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We are an addiction, dual diagnosis, & mental health treatment provider for adults & teens. Helping People Everyday, The Sovereign Way.
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Sovereign Health Group offers high quality and comprehensive Addiction, Dual Diagnosis, & Mental Health Treatment Programs for Adults & Adolescents including support services for the family system. We have multiple treatment locations in the United States. Sovereign Health’s treatment programs specialize in addressing the underlying mental health conditions by utilizing innovative and cutting edge cognitive testing, rehabilitation, and evidence based treatment modalities. 

We accept Most Private Insurances. Call today or visit our website to watch or read patient reviews about their treatment experiences at one of Sovereign Health Groups treatment programs. Call our 24/7 Admissions Helpline today (866) 830-7130 or visit us at www.SovHealth.com