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Overdoses in Cuyahoga County

While others focused on the festivities of Super Bowl weekend, the news updates on the number of accidental overdoses seemed to climb.  WEWS reported that there were twenty-five overdoses resulting in fourteen fatalities.  In January, there were 25 fatal overdoses.  Having read a few comments, I wanted to share a story from a few years […]

Super Bowl LI with Tostitos

PepsiCo’s Tostitos snack brand has unveiled a limited-edition ‘Party Safe’ bag just in time for the Super Bowl on February 5th.  Tostitos may not be advertising in this year’s Super Bowl, but it still plans to have its presence felt during, and after, the Super Bowl while promoting corporate responsibility.  Beer, pizza and wings are […]

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Misunderstandings about Addiction

Again this morning, the news repeatedly featured a couple from Florida that overdosed in a vehicle with their young daughters in the back seat.  It is always my concern that these pictures are intended to shock addicts into simply stop using. Instead these images create anger and more misunderstandings about addiction. I realize that it […]

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Expanding Addiction Treatment

Cuyahoga County, the City of Cleveland – Cleveland City Hall, and the ADAMHS Board of Cuyahoga County have pledged $1.5 million expand addiction treatment in Cuyahoga County. Much like our partners at the city and county level, we at the Women’s Recovery Center are working to make treatment more accessible. Our Capital Campaign will make […]

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National Pharmacist Day

National Pharmacist Day on January 12th honors pharmacists and recognizes their important role in medical care.  A pharmacist must be knowledgeable of the chemistry of all medicines and be able to offer information of a drug’s possible side effects.  They understand and recognize the interactions with prescription medications and over-the-counter medications as well. To address […]

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National Trivia Day – Answers

Thank you for participating in Trivia Day.  Here are answers to those thirteen questions.  If you have questions or would like additional information, please contact the Women’s Recovery Center at 216-651-1450 or www.womensctr.org. The most commonly abused drug in the United States is Alcohol. The top 10% of American drinkers equal 24 million adults over […]

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National Trivia Day

January 4th is celebrated as National Trivia Day.  It is an opportunity for us to share those little trinkets of knowledge.  It does not matter how big or how trivial.  Use this day to dazzle your friends and family with generous portions of trivia today. Celebrate the day by participating in a Drug Awareness Trivia […]

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A Year in Review at the Women’s Recovery Center

In reflecting on the year 2016 there are many events that were amazing, celebrations, sadness and of course a sense of uneasiness with the unknowns in the coming year.  Here are a few of the highlights as recognized by the Women’s Recovery Center. With the public announcement of the Center’s  Rebuilding Lives Campaign, chaired by […]

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Carrie Fisher and Heart Disease

We were saddened to learn of the death earlier this week of Carrie Fisher from a massive heart attack.  Carrie Fisher openly spoke of her use of illicit drugs beginning at the age of 12.  Although she had been in recovery for a number of years, long term drug use can permanently damage the heart […]

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Coping with a Family Member’s Addiction

In 2016, the Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner’s Office announced that it is expected that 600 Cuyahoga County families will experience a loss of a daughter, mother, sister or friend as a result of an accidental overdose.  Two weeks ago, it was announced by the Kaiser Foundation that per capita, Ohio has the highest number of […]

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