Medication-Assisted Recovery (MAR)

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Talk Sober Live: An Innovative Judge and a Defendant Turned Recovery Specialist

In a new All Sober roundtable discussion, the two joined All Sober EVP Maeve O'Neill and journalist Kathleen Koch for a frank conversation about stigma, sentencing and Suboxone.

International Overdose Awareness Day: Take Action

Get Involved: Resources for International Overdose Awareness Day

On this day of remembrance and action, learn how everyone can help prevent overdoses and end the stigma.

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Tools To Know: The Basics of Vivitrol, aka Naltrexone

The non-habit-forming medication can be highly effective in combating addiction to opioids and alcohol. Read up on it.

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A Quick Guide to Substance Use Treatment

Addiction can be incredibly difficult to escape, but this Psych Hub video provides a handy, accessible overview of the many options for getting help for yourself or a loved one.

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Affordable Therapy for Addiction Recovery: How To Get It

There are now easy-to-find counseling and medication-assisted recovery options if you’re uninsured or tight on cash, says All Sober’s Maeve O’Neill.

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What Is Medication-Assisted Treatment?

Everything you should know about medications to treat opioid and alcohol use disorder: An explainer on methadone, naloxone and more.

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Detox to Treatment, a Guide

Do I need detox? And how is treatment different? We break down how both can be crucial in recovery from addiction.

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Naloxone Facts: Medication for Suspected Opioid Overdose

This medication can save lives in the emergency treatment of suspected opioid overdose. Learn more about naloxone (aka Narcan).

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Medications for Opioid Use Disorder

The bottom line: Medications for opioid overdose, withdrawal and addiction are safe, effective and save lives. Learn what they are and how they work.

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