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    Fighting Heroin Abuse: A New Heroin Weapon on the Market

    May 26, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. Could Naloxone be the new weapon against a heroin overdose? According to Fox 4 Now, a new weapon has been made available to help fight a deadly addiction - heroin abuse. CVS announced the new drug Naloxone, a drug that reverses the effects of heroin overdoses,…


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    Over-The-Counter Drugs: Are They Safe?

    May 20, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. It may sound surprising, but there are over-the-counter drugs that are putting teens' lives in danger. Anti-diarrhea drugs that are offered over-the-counter contains enough to help teens get high and in some rare cases, kill them. Our Chief Operating Officer, Nancy Dauphinais spoke to ABC-7 recently…


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    Pain Medication: 5 Signs and Symptoms of an Addiction to Pain Meds

    May 6, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. With the recent celebrity deaths of legendary musician Prince and WWE wrestler Chyna, the general public has become increasingly aware that a fatal prescription medication overdose could happen to anyone. Although Prince’s death is still under investigation, news reports have fueled speculation that his death was…


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    Crossroads Adds New Personal Training Fitness Program

    April 28, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. Fitness is important for all demographics. Expertise is needed to address the challenges of more specialized populations with unique health considerations such as cardiac rehab, eating disorders and addictions. Crossroads has recently partnered with professional master trainers at Max Flex Fitness to work with our residential…


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    The Dangers of IV Drug Abuse and Where to Seek Help

    April 25, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. It is no secret that drugs can take a detrimental toll on a person’s well-being. However, some drugs are worse for you than others. Injected drugs are generally liquids that are put into the body with a needle and syringe. The drug is generally injected into…


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    Social Drinking vs. Problematic Drinking: What’s the Difference?

    April 25, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. Social drinking tends to be accepted by most cultures and societies. However, many people don’t actually know what the difference is between social drinking and problematic drinking. In case you are wondering out of curiosity, or are concerned about a loved one, let’s review the differences…


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    New “Super Pill” Warned Deadly by Law Enforcement

    April 25, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. The latest street drug or “Super Pill” has been found to be extremely deadly by Florida Law Enforcement. In fact, this new pill is a fentanyl cut with prescription drugs such as Xanax and could kill a person in a matter of a few seconds. Thus…


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    Tips for Selecting an Addiction Specialist

    March 1, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, you might be considering rehab. However, it is important to conduct research so that you are able to feel confident in the addiction specialist you choose. Here are some tips for selecting an addiction specialist near…


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    Crossroad’s Clinical Director Discusses “Dry January” in Naples News

    January 21, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. As many Americans continue to adapt to “Dry January,” the alcohol abstinence campaign derived from the United Kingdom, Nancy Dauphinais explains that it is no different from other self-improvement programs like the 30-day plank challenge, or awareness campaigns for breast cancer or heart disease. The clinical…


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    What is Partial Hospitalization? New Program Comes to Crossroads

    January 11, 2016

    By naples-crossroads. Partial Hospitalization Programs generally refer to a comprehensive, short-term, intensive, clinical treatment program. Partial hospitalization is a step below inpatient hospitalization, but is more concentrated than traditional outpatient care. Clients are generally referred to partial programs when they are experiencing acute mental health or substance abuse…


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