Awakenings Recovery Center was featured in Hagerstown’s Herald-Mail Media on Sunday, as they will participate in an Addiction Recovery event hosted by Washington County Recovers on Wednesday August 5. Read the whole article here.
Fox 26 in Houston reports that experts believe the isolation associated with social distancing during the COVID-19 pandemic has increased the number of people experience substance use disorders, and many are seeking help. The story features Serenity House Detox in Houston, who have seen the number of clients increase drastically during the pandemic. Watch the…
As many lose their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic, liquor stores remain open as essential businesses, causing many in isolation to turn to alcohol as a coping mechanism. WMAR in Baltimore reports that Amatus Recovery Centers has boosted Contact Center team in order to help find treatment for those who need it.
After two years of continuous sobriety, “Nicole” was let go from her job at the beginning of the Coronavirus pandemic, and among the stress, idle time and loneliness, picked up drinking again. WMAR in Baltimore allows her to tell her story, including how seeking help at Foundations Recovery Center put her back on the right…
Foundations Recovery Center Director of Operations Tyler Stewart was feature in JMore, discussing the struggles of staying sober during pandemic, and what Foundations is doing to relieve that stress.
Amatus Recovery Centers COO Michael Silberman was featured in a story by MEL Magazine regarding how the state of the economy, in freefall due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will impact the world of substance use treatment and recovery.
Amatus Health’s Chief Operating Officer of the South East Region Matt Newcome was a guest on Dr. Joe Esposito’s podcast and discussed how mental health facilities are adapting their care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Midwest Recovery Center CEO Matt Bell joins WTOL to discuss the uptick in people seeking treatment for Substance Use Disorder. He assures the community that Midwest Recovery Center is still open, accepting new clients and that sober housing is still available.
COO of Amatus Recovery Centers in the South East Region, Matt Newcome, was featured on WSB Radio in Atlanta, describing how the Amatus Recovery Centers in Georgia have adapted their care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Midwest Recovery Center Director of Client Services Rob Schilder, and client Greg Kohlhagen joined NBC 24 WNWO to discuss how isolation could trigger drug and alcohol use, reassuring the community that MWRC is open and here for you during the COVID-19 pandemic.