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Radio Interview 08/24/2009

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Sat. Aug. 22nd I was Interviewed by the Coping with Caregiving Radio Show on wsradio.com. Please click on the link to listen to this lively conversation about our addicted elderly population. Scroll down to my name and information:

http://www.wsradio.com/internet-talk-radio.cfm/shows/Coping-with-Caregiving/archives/date/selected/08-22-2009.html

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Book Signing Event 08/22/2009

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Please join me for a book signing event held at Wild About Books in Clearlake, California on Aug. 29th at 2pm. I will be reading from Addiction: What’s Really Going On? and answering questions regarding the field of addiction recovery. Go to link for location and phone number.

www.wildaboutbooks.net

New Findings in Addiction Costs 08/14/2009

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New studies into addiction treatment show benefits for everyone. “Closing the Addiction Gap” research findings:

Addiction Treatment Reduces Health Care Costs!

The paper demonstrates how addiction treatment will contribute to containing costs in reforming America’s health system.  Studies show that addiction treatment significantly reduces emergency room, inpatient and total health care costs.

http://www.soros.org/initiatives/treatmentgap/articles_publications/publications/paper1_20090714

Time to Talk 08/10/2009

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Do you have children? Ever wondered how to talk to them about drugs? Check out this site “Time To Talk” to download a free PDF with literature to help you sort it out.

http://timetotalk.org

New Site Page 08/10/2009

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Check out the latest information on Addiction: What’s Really Going On?

http://lhpress.com/addiction/

New Research 08/08/2009

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A new study has found that a significant number of primary care records do not include information about a patient’s opioid dependence treatment or methadone usage. This is an importnat finding which needs to be addressed. Click link to read complete article.

http://behavioralhealthcentral.com/index.php/2009080651228/Special-Features/study-finds-better-information-sharing-needed-between-methadone-clinics-and-primary-care-physicians.html

Recovery Month 08/05/2009

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Help support Recovery Month in your local area!

http://www.recoverymonth.gov