Alexis Shaw Clinical Supervisor Pinelands Recovery
Meet the Staff: Charlene Dunkley, Clinical Supervisor

A knock at the door, a ring on the phone, an email alert, maybe it’s a client at the soda machine….

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Heroin Addiction Signs and Symptoms

Heroin, commonly called H, China white, smack, and chasing the dragon, is an extremely addictive, highly illegal and very dangerous opioid…

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Heroin Treatment Options and Therapy Type

Heroin is an illegal opioid that is considered a Schedule I drug by the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) and has strong…

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Medically Assisted Treatment for Smoking

Tobacco threatens all living species including humans, animals, plants and our entire environment. Smoking is the world’s leading preventable cause of…

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Medically Assisted Treatment for Alcohol

Seeking professional treatment for an abuse disorder is imperative as quitting alcohol without any medical intervention can lead to severe withdrawal…

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Medically Assisted Treatment for Opioids

Opioid abuse is a serious issue across the United States and the rest of the world, resulting in broken families, addiction,…

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Methadone-based Treatment for Opioid Addiction

According to statistics, opioid dependence affects approximately five million individuals in the United States each year and is responsible for 17,000…

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What is the Definition of Alcoholism

According to statistics, alcohol is the most commonly used addictive substance in the United States: 17.6 million people or one in…

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Driving Under the Influence of Drugs and Alcohol: Not Just for “Addicts”

Many assume that driving under the influence (DUI) means drunk driving and although the majority of DUI tickets and accidents are…

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Coping Methods During Alcohol Withdrawals

Withdrawal from alcohol can be debilitating, if not deadly. Alcohol is one of the very few substances that can send the…

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