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Hiring An Interventionist

Posted on August 27, 2020 in Getting Help

  If you or someone you love is suffering from addiction, you know how difficult it is to get sober. Sobriety is a choice, and it is one that you must make every single day.   Every journey towards sobriety begins the moment you admit that you have a problem and need help. Sometimes, a


How Casey’s Law Got Its Name 

Posted on May 22, 2020 in Getting Help

  Casey’s Law is a piece of legislation officially termed the Matthew Casey Wethington Act for Substance Abuse Intervention.   This act allows the family of those suffering from substance use disorder to request court-ordered rehab to kick start their loved one’s recovery.   How Casey’s Law Came About Losing a child to heroin addiction


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How to Have An Intervention

Posted on April 4, 2020 in Getting Help

  If you’ve ever dealt with addiction in your family, you might have already started to ask yourself how to have an intervention for your loved one.   It’s remarkably frustrating to watch a friend or family member lose themselves in the morass of drink or drug addiction. What’s even tougher is listening to them


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How To Have A Successful Intervention

Posted on March 25, 2020 in Getting Help

  When it comes to a successful intervention, timing is everything. The best course of action may be a focused, well-planned approach.   Whether it’s alcoholism, drug abuse, compulsive eating or gambling, confronting a loved one with an addiction can be difficult because there are complex factors at play. The biggest one? The person with


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How To Use Casey’s Law In Louisville, KY

Posted on December 5, 2018 in Getting Help

Kentucky is on the forefront of the battle against addiction. Prescription opioid, heroin, and methamphetamine abuse have destroyed lives and leveled communities across Kentucky, making it the fifth leading state in the nation for fatalities from drug overdose. For many addicts, the choice to enter into treatment is not an easy one to make. Casey’s


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What is Casey’s Law

Posted on October 10, 2017 in Getting Help

In 2004, Casey’s Law came to pass in Kentucky and was implemented in 2012 in the state of Ohio. It was initiated after the death of Matthew Casey Wethington passed away from heroin overdose at age 23. This law serves to legally mandate people with drug and alcohol disorders into treatment programs. The length of treatment