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U.S. Health Secretary supports medication assisted treatment

Though medication-assisted treatment for opioid addiction still has its skeptics, U.S. Health Secretary Tom Price says it is effective for many people. Read this Associated Press story published in The Herald-Dispatch on May 23, 2017 by clicking on the link below....

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A Commitment to Quality and Excellence

You only want the best for those you care about. That’s why Appalachian Health Services was created, and it’s why the organization’s medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program is the only integrated program in the region accredited by the Commission on the...

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“As long as you’re alive, there’s hope.”

Chelsea Carter, like most grade schoolers, was often asked what she wanted to be when she grew up. “When they go around the room and ask that question, no one ever says, ‘I want to be a drug addict,’” Carter said. “You lose your entire life to addiction. It’s not a...

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Huntington-based Ohio Valley Physicians continues to grow

In today's ever-evolving healthcare environment, many hospitals contract out various services to a third party. That's where Huntington-based Ohio Valley Physicians comes in. But in the 17 years since it was founded, the organization has grown into much more,...

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