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NULIFE RECOVERY

A CALL TO ACTION

WE NEED TO WORK TOGETHER TO END THE OPIOID EPIDEMIC.

Thank you for visiting and your interest in the NuLife Recovery Treatment Program. As you probably know, we are in the midst of the worst drug addiction epidemic in the history of the United States. In fact, drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death among Americans under 50 years old. More than ever before, society is looking to us as medical professionals for help and hope.

NuLife Recovery is leading the way to making treatment more effective, more accessible, and more affordable. We have worked tirelessly to reduce gaps in care, build a more efficient, cost effective delivery model, and utilize new mobile technologies to track and improve treatment outcomes.

We are aware that much of our success is due to professional reciprocity. As part of our solution, we are working together with forward thinking healthcare providers who recognize the severity of the addiction crisis and the need for a more comprehensive treatment strategy. We know the impact of our efforts depends largely on fostering effective, ongoing cooperation, and collaboration with like minded clinicians and healthcare organizations. We invite you to join our effort to eliminate the stigma of addiction, improve the quality of care, and make treatment more accessible to all who suffer from this tragic disease.

Please find below a list of the most common questions and answers for referring professionals.

Will I be notified when my client has been admitted at NuLife Recovery Center? Yes, we will call or send you an email when your client has arrived safely.

Can I participate in the formation my clients treatment plan? Yes, with the proper release forms signed by the client, we welcome and encourage your participation.

Do you offer treatment for patients with a dual-diagnosis? Yes. Our staff is fully licensed and trained to treat co-occurring pathology.

Will NuLife send my client back to me? Yes. We always consult with our referring professionals (based on their involvement preferences) when creating a discharge plan, providing we have the patient's consent and the appropriate release forms signed.

Clinician realizing their patient needs rehab

Please take a moment to read the following quote from an article written in the New England Journal of Medicine by the former Attorney General Vivek H. Murthy, M.D., M.B.A.

"But the opioid epidemic cannot be solved by government alone. It will require the engagement and leadership of all segments of society, particularly clinicians. As clinicians, we have a unique responsibility to address this epidemic. We can sharpen our prescribing practices and use prescription-drug monitoring programs to reduce the risk of opioid misuse and overdose. We can ensure that the recognition and treatment of opioid-use disorder is a universal aspect of training and part of every clinician’s toolbox. We can use our voices to call for a more effective approach to opioid-use disorder in our health care institutions, in our communities, and in our government. And perhaps most important, we can use our position as leaders in society to help change how our country sees addiction — not as a personal failing but as a chronic disease of the brain that requires compassion and care. Eradicating the bias against addiction that too many people — including some clinicians — still harbor will be essential to creating an environment where people feel comfortable coming forward and asking for help." Read Complete Article Here

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