Harbor Village Detox Anticipates the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015 to Help Reduce Drug Addiction Nationwide

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A recent article published by the Marrow County Sentinel outlines the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015, which would ensure states nationwide would take an expansive approach to combat drug and alcohol addiction treatment. Harbor Village Detox is an inpatient medical detox treatment center offering addiction treatment services nationwide.

The [Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015] will help to bridge the gap between the isolation of drug and alcohol treatment and the medical merits of addiction.

In the wake of drug related deaths, medical conditions fomented by substance use disorders, and dangers posed by substance abuse, Ohio senators Rob Portman and Sheldon Whitehouse have proposed the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015, reported by the Morrow County Sentinel on Feb. 16th. The act is meant to break down the commonly used “one-size-fits-all” approach of drug and alcohol addiction treatment; encouraging all states to assume renewed methods of addiction treatment, the act is meant to break down the walls stigmatizing the disease of addiction. Harbor Village Detox is an inpatient medical detoxification center specializing in treating the debilitating process of drug and alcohol withdrawal. The drug and alcohol addiction treatment facility is eager to help reduce drug and alcohol substance use disorders nationally with the aid of the Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015.

A medical associate from Harbor Village Detox comments, “Although the nation, as of late, has taken notice of our harrowing addiction problem, we do not yet have the resources of treatment available to all drug and alcohol rehab centers to ensure lasting treatment; nor do we have national support from the citizens here to treat drug and alcohol addiction as the quantifiable disease that [addiction] is, as opposed to a falsely assumed moral deficit. The [Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015] will help to bridge the gap between the isolation of drug and alcohol treatment and the medical merits of addiction.”

The Comprehensive Addiction and Recovery Act of 2015 aims to (1) revamp prevention education for young adults, parents, and the mass populace to avoid the abuse of drugs and alcohol (with an emphasis on opiates like heroin), (2) entreat those suffering with substance use disorders to seek treatment immediately, (3) make naloxone available to police officers and first responders to help curb overdose fatalities, (4) revolutionize drug and alcohol addiction treatment care in prisons, (5) increase disposal programs for unwanted medications, (6) start opiate and heroin treatment intervention programs based on evidence of abuse, and (7) bolster prescription drug monitoring programs.

Harbor Village Detox anticipates the renewed push towards offering extensive drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs to the nation. The inpatient medical detox facility specializes in treating the initial throes of drug and alcohol addiction treatment; serving as an ambassador of drug and alcohol addiction treatment, the facility deems it a necessary feat to ensure the healthful reform of drug and alcohol treatment procedures nationwide- in direct response to the egregious number of overdose deaths among the nation.

The inpatient medical detox center provides the nation affordable and effective drug and alcohol detoxification services. Inpatient medical detox is the initial step to drug rehabilitation, which all patients suffering from substance use disorders must undergo before enrolling in continuing treatment. Harbor Village Detox provides patients with a 24/7 monitored facility with continual medical and psychiatric treatment access. Their facility is one of the only detox centers to provide initial therapy during detox treatment.

For more information on drug and alcohol addiction treatment visit http://harborvillagedetox.com/ or call 1-855-290-4261.

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