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New Approaches With the opioid epidemic continuing to march full speed ahead, stakeholders are mounting pressure to help curb the impact. The clinical community is taking aim at reducing the practice of overprescribing and medical schools now focus on addiction prevention. And, the research community is also working on a pharmacological approach – developing cutting...Read More
If you haven’t been excited about going to work for quite some time, maybe it’s time to rethink your professional goals. And, that doesn’t have to mean going back to school or jumping into a completely different field. Sometimes, you just need to make micro-adjustments to realign the trajectory of your future. If you’re beginning...Read More
Alcoholism is one of the most common, and destructive forms of addiction – impacting more than 27 million Americans. And, with widespread and devastating effects. According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, nearly 90,000 die as a result of drinking making it the fourth leading preventable cause of death in the United...Read More
NAATP ANNOUNCES 2015 AWARDS FOR EXCELLENCE IN ADDICTION TREATMENT The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP), is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2015 awards for excellent achievement in the field of addiction treatment services. NAATP gives these awards annually to honor exemplary achievements, promote addiction awareness, and encourage the pursuit of best...Read More
Women and Alcohol The NIAAA (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism) has published a report on how alcohol effects women specifically. A woman’s genetic makeup shapes how quickly she feels the effects of alcohol, how pleasant drinking is for her, and how drinking alcohol over the long term will affect her health, even the...Read More
The heroin user of today has a new face. The typical heroin user today is 27 years old, white and from middle class suburbia. In a national survey, the number of people who admitted to using heroin in the past year nearly doubled between 2005 and 2012, from 380,000 to 670,000, according to Dr. Nora...Read More
AA is not a fraud: Why haters are afraid to listen Here’s why the program works, no matter what critics say: It’s really about listening, living, spirituality and joy. I’m beginning to think that the main proof that Alcoholics Anonymous is, as its members claim, “a spiritual program,” is that it is attacked so often...Read More
Gender Specific Groups English Mountain Recovery understands the need and sensitivity for gender specific groups. The groups are conducted on a weekly basis where the specific genders can share their true feelings and give feedback in a supportive environment. Both male and female clients participate in their respective support groups in the community. To learn...Read More
Each person’s journey in recovery is different. Individuals learn the significance of utilizing the 12 Step programs in their personal recovery process. Each client uses the EMR Workbook and immediately begins the Step work process. We believe the foundation of recovery from addictive disorders is based on the 12 Steps originating from Alcoholics Anonymous.Read More
Recovering from alcohol and drug addiction requires individual courage and the support of those who understand what it takes to begin, and maintain recovery. English Mountain Recovery is a 36-bed residential treatment facility located in the Smokey Mountains of East Tennessee. Please see our program schedule here. Here our professional and dedicated clinical team assists...Read More