Rosecrance experts present at national conference

Kelly Epperson, Rosecrance Vice President and General Counsel, and David Gomel, President of Rosecrance Inc., presented at the 41st annual Addiction Treatment Leadership Conference hosted by the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP).The conference was held May 5-7, 2019 at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington D.C. Epperson participated in a Quality Assurance panel … Continued

Does My Teen Need Addiction Treatment?

While addiction can occur at any age, substance use disorders are more likely to start during young adulthood or in the teenage years. Recurring use of drugs or alcohol can rewire the brain, making it difficult to simply quit—especially during the teenage years when the brain is still developing. Teen addiction is a serious problem, … Continued

Vaping Health Risks: How Harmful Is It for Teens?

It looks like a sleek USB pod. It tastes like bubblegum, fruity cereal, marshmallows, slushies, or gummy worms. It’s no wonder so many teens and kids are attracted to the idea of “vaping.” E-cigarettes and vape pens use heated nicotine liquid to produce a vapor for inhalation, or vaping. That liquid, often called “juice,” comes … Continued

The Unseen Struggle with Opioid Addiction

Although the opioid addiction epidemic in the U.S. continues to escalate, the daily struggles of opioid users are often hidden from public view. Over 130 people die each day in the U.S. from opioid overdoses, and its widespread availability is largely to blame (CDC). This crisis is far reaching, affecting adults, teens, and families across … Continued

Experiential therapy: More than just fun and games

Experiential therapy has grown in popularity over the years and research suggests a variety of positive benefits, particularly in relation to those experiencing substance use and mental health disorders. However, experiential therapy doesn’t lend itself to measurable qualities as easily as other treatment options. For that reason, many still see these modalities as flashy, unscientific, … Continued