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Cody Perez and Brick of Amerakin Overdose will be on this week's episode of Cat's Tales Podcast. Amerakin Overdose has been forged from six very unique individuals. Cody Perez (lead singer), “The Brick” (drums) Andrew Barichio (percussion and vox) Freeman Manfree (Guitar),“The Human” (Keyboards /Sequencing) Enygma ( hype and shenanigans). Amerakin Overdose is an Industrial- Metal / Shock Rock performance art act from Portland, OR. Known for hyp
Finally back in the game, talking 2019 BSA season as we head down the final two months of the season and will discuss the results of the Survey Monkey Poll.
SUICIDE IS THE SINCEREST FORM OF SELF-CRITICISM SUICIDE IS A PERMANENT SOLUTION TO A TEMPORARY PROBLEM YOU CAN ALSO REMIND YOUR SPONSEE, THAT SUICIDE IS ALSO CONSIDERED A SLIP AND IF THEY ARE DEAD MORE THAN THREE DAYS THEN IT’S DEFINITELY A RELAPSE There is no easy answer to this difficult question. Each situation is different. If there is a clear and present danger, you may need to suggest that your sponsee call 911. Otherwise, we have a responsibility to see that our spon
World- renowned substance abuse expert Herbert Kleber, MD is joined by opioid addiction specialist Adam Bisaga, MD for discussion on relapse risk, prevention & treatment of heroin addiction
Only 20% of people with an opiate dependency are receiving treatment at a medical facility to reduce the risk of relapse and even fewer are on medication
Medication-assisted treatment can reduce the risk of relapse. Brupenorphine and naltrexone are proven effective in preventing relapse and overdose deaths.
The period three to six months after detox or rehab is the period of highest risk for relapse.
Addiction is the leading cause of preventable death in the US. And, according to CASA at Columbia, 40 million people over age 12 meet the criteria for addiction to nicotine, alcohol and other drugs.
More than 2.5 million of Americans abuse opioids and many of them will die as a result of overdose.
For information on substance abuse treatment and research studies at Columbia Psychiatry, contact Substance Treatment and Research Service (STARS) at 212 923-3031 or www.stars.columbia.edu
To listen to our archived shows on a variety of psychiatry related topics go to blogtalkradio.com/columbiapsychiatrynyspi
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