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Individuals and families struggling with addiction or mental illness need support, compassion and expert guidance. More than anything, you need treatment that is effective. Thanks to a growing body of research, we know the types of treatment that work. In our network of treatment programs, we incorporate both the well-established and emerging elements of effective treatment, giving you all of the tools you need to succeed.

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We treat all forms of addiction as well as mental health conditions that often fuel addictions and other self-defeating behaviors such as anxiety, depression and emotional trauma.

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We have treatment centers across the U.S., from quiet, luxurious retreats in restorative country settings to real-world facilities tailored to busy urbanites and their families.

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Many of our staff are published authors and go-to experts quoted regularly in the national media. When you come to an Elements program, you benefit from the expertise of some of the most well-respected names in addiction treatment. Learn more about our experts.

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Federal Law Proposed to Protect Good Samaritans Using Naloxone

Federal Law Proposed to Protect Good Samaritans Using Naloxone

After three overdose deaths in just two days in Lynn, Massachusetts, Sen. Edward J. Markey has proposed federal legislation to protect “good Samaritans” who use the overdose antidote Narcan. The move may have been taken in response to the recent deaths, but rising overdose deaths have long been a problem across the U.S., and many individual states have enacted similar legislation to reduce the toll of opioid addiction. The vast scope of the heroin and prescription drug abuse problem in the U.S. means that the new rules, if enacted, would have the potential to save thousands upon thousands of lives.

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The Scary Facts About Binge Drinking

No one wants to admit to being a binge drinker. It sounds terrible and like a really bad idea. Binging on anything is unhealthy. Yet, the scary truth is that a lot of adults and underage people do binge drink, and they do it on a regular basis. Often alcohol and peer pressure combined lead someone to binge drink, but most often it’s easy to lose control and drink too much without any help from friends. If you drink, be aware of what it means to binge drink and how it can harm you to drink too much in one sitting.

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IRS Gives Thumbs Up to Pot Accountants, But Huge Tax Bite Will Continue

Tax professionals who assist licensed pot growers, product manufacturers and retailers in Colorado and Washington “will not be considered unethical [and] will not be targeted for audit,” the IRS advisory council said in a November 2014 statement.

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'To Write Love on Her Arms' Spawns Blog, Movie, and Book on Addiction Recovery

‘To Write Love on Her Arms’ Spawns Blog, Movie, and Book on Addiction Recovery

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Elements Behavioral Health Launches Three Strands℠ Christian Program for Men at COPAC℠ Addiction Treatment Center

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Park Bench℠ Group Counseling Combats Prescription Drug Addiction with Young Adult Opiate Treatment Track

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Limit Tobacco to Those 21 and Up?

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Is Harsh Drug Sentencing On Its Way Out?

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Heroin Update: More People Using, More People Dying

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