Addiction centers work to get back to in-person treatment
Authored by Ken Redmile
As overdoses surged during the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, addiction treatment centers around the state were forced to “go virtual” for meetings and treatment programs. Zoom meetings and tele-health sessions became the norm for many as the virus prevented people from meeting in person.
That’s not good enough, according to Recovery Centers of America CEO Stephanie Anderson.
“With addiction, it’s an intimate disease,” Anderson said. “People need other people. Part of recovery is connection.
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