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How A Knee Surgery Can Lead To Drug Addiction

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Americans might not be familiar with Ant McPartlin, but many can probably identify with the struggles he faced after he became addicted to prescription painkillers following a knee surgery.

One-half of the popular British comedy duo Ant and Dec, McPartlin has come forward with his story in the hope of spreading awareness about the dangers of prescription drug use.

According to media reports, he entered a treatment facility to help him recover from drug use he first developed following a failed knee surgery two years previously. He said he began taking painkillers due to the severe pain he experienced after the surgery didn’t work. He also says his busy schedule made it difficult to address the problem.

The Opioid Crisis Abroad

Like the U.S., the United Kingdom is experiencing its own growing opioid addiction crisis. According to one report, British doctors prescribe 65 million painkillers every year, with back pain being cited as the most common reason for these prescriptions.

A recent BBC report draws attention to a letter published in 1980 in the New England Journal of Medicine. In fact, the letter was actually a “letter to the editor” of the journal. In it, a physician states that opioids are not addictive. This letter was then cited “more than 600 times, usually to argue that opioids were not addictive.” Interestingly, the letter was just one paragraph long. However, its impact on the United States and around the world has been enormous.

In 2017, the New England Journal of Medicine published a rebuttal to the 1980 letter. Doctors and other healthcare professionals now agree that the letter was a tipping point for the opioid addiction epidemic that has gripped countries around the world. The head of clinical pharmacology and toxicology at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Health Services Centre told the BBC, “I don’t think it mattered that [the letter] didn’t say much, what mattered was its title and its publication, and those two things went a long way.”

Today, the British Medical Journal cautions doctors to limit opioid prescriptions and to find alternative ways to treat pain in their patients.  

Furthermore, the original physician who wrote the letter has been instrumental in rebutting it. He stated, “I’m essentially mortified that that letter to the editor was used as an excuse to do what these drug companies did. They used this letter to spread the word that these drugs were not very addictive.” The doctor has also testified before the government regarding drug manufacturers’ marketing practices for opioids.

Other Resources for you

1. To learn more about What Drug Addiction Treatment Specialists Think Previous blog post 

2. Read our blog post: The Five Most Important Signs Of Drug Addiction

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Getting Legal Help For Federal Immigration Offenses

Dallas, 07/10/2017 /SubmitPressRelease123/

Federal immigration crimes have dominated news headlines lately. Here in Texas, proximity to Mexico naturally means that federal immigration-related offenses occur more frequently than in other parts of the country. If you’ve been charged with a federal immigration crime, it’s important to review your options with a knowledgeable Texas federal immigration crime lawyer. Your decision to forego experienced legal help could hurt your chances of remaining in the United States. You have important protections under the law, even if you are not a legal citizen or resident of the U.S.A Texas federal immigration offenses attorney can help.

Former “Tough on Immigration” Sheriff Goes on Trial

Sometimes referred to as “America’s Toughest Sheriff,” former Arizona sheriff Joe Arpaio is now facing criminal charges for failing to follow through on a federal judge’s order to stop immigration-related crackdowns. According to an NPR report, “For 24 years, Joe Arpaio was a tough talking sheriff in Arizona, famous for cracking down on illegal immigration.”

However, this toughness may have landed Arpaio in some legal hot water. Constituents voted him out of office as sheriff for Arizona’s Maricopa County in November 2016. Shortly after his ouster, he was charged with violating a court order that prohibited his office from detaining immigrants because they purportedly lacked legal status in the United States. NPR states: “Many in the Latino community are happy to see the tables turned on him.”

What Did Arpaio Allegedly Do?

According to reports, Arpaio was told by a federal judge that his office — being a county-level entity — lacked legal standing or criminal authority to detain individuals solely on the suspicion that they were illegal immigrants. That, the judge said, is a job for federal authorities — not a state or county law enforcement agency.

Prosecutors claim that Arpaio and his deputies violated the federal judge’s order for 18 months. They claim Arpaio engaged in a pattern of detaining people and then turning them over to Border Patrol.

Now, Arpaio is facing a misdemeanor charge for criminal contempt of court. Reports also state that the criminal case stems from a racial profiling lawsuit brought against Arpaio for allegedly stopping Latino drivers, as well as vehicles that contained Latino passengers.

Arpaio is also known for instituting a so-called “tent city” in which inmates were forced to live in tents outdoors in black and white striped jumpsuits and pink undergarments. It’s worth noting that the tent city was located in Arizona, one of the hottest states in the country. Arpaio’s successor has stated he will shut down the tent city.

Contact an Experienced Texas Federal Immigration Offenses Attorney

It’s an understatement to say that immigration law is in flux in the United States. If you’ve been charged with any kind of federal immigration offense, it’s very important to protect your rights by speaking with a Texas federal immigration offenses attorney.


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Don’t Let Bugs Bug You Says Boca Car Accident Lawyer Joe Osborne

Boca Raton, FL, USA, 07/10/2017 /SubmitPressRelease123/

It’s summer in Florida and along with the tourists insects and spiders seem to be coming out of the woodwork. By one estimate there are more than 400 types of insects in Florida and some of them may hitch a ride with you in your car. All types of insects look for a safe and dry refuge during the summer rainy season and cars are the perfect place to nest. If you find yourself in a vehicle with an insect or spider, even one that may really freak you out, don’t freak out behind the wheel says Boca car accident lawyer Joe Osborne.

Drivers being distracted by spiders is a documented cause of car accidents.

The Broward Sheriff’s Office announced that a June car crash in Cooper City happened after the driver saw a spider in the car. The car hit a light pole, knocking it onto the street, reports the Associated Press.

A driver panicked and crashed his car in May in Ephrata Township, Pennsylvania, because he thought there was a spider in his lap. Lancaster Online states the driver reported to police he lost control of the vehicle which struck a utility pole. The driver wasn’t injured but the car had to be towed from the scene.

A spider dropping down from the rearview mirror caused a driver to lose control of her car, which went off the road and rolled over in Portland, Oregon, in September, according to CNN. The driver suffered minor injuries but the car was severely damaged.

United Kingdom auto insurer Esure released a survey of a thousand motorists in 2007 which spelled out how drivers are distracted by bugs and respond in ways that may cause accidents, according to Automotportal.

75% of those surveyed stated that bugs drove them to distraction

4% admitted to slamming on the brakes when an insect flew into their car

21% stated they took their hands off the wheel to swat at an unwanted bug

Women were more distracted by insects while driving (78%) than men (70%) but men admitted to more insect-related accidents than women, and 51% of respondents stated they had never been stung before or haven’t been stung in the last ten years and the fear of a serious allergic reaction caused them to get so distracted.

Many of us have phobias about insects and spiders and our reaction to them can be much worse when we’re in a car. Our fears and anxieties can intensify because we’re in an enclosed space, possibly causing a severe response and panic, resulting in being distracted and losing control of the car.

Esure suggests that if you find an insect in your car while driving:

Focus on driving, not the bug

Open the windows so it can get out of the car on its own accord or safely pull over and open the windows, and try not to panic and swat at the insect to try to force the insect away.

It will distract you from driving, make you feel more frantic, may irritate the insect and increase the chances of being stung.

We all need to be as rational as possible when we’re driving, even if a spider appears on the dashboard, your kids are screaming at each other in the back seat or another driver cuts you off. Distraction causes accidents which can result in serious injuries or deaths. That accident you cause may inflict far more harm than a bug bite.

If you or a loved one suffered an injury caused by a distracted driver, contact Boca car accident lawyer Joe Osborne at (561) 800-4011 or fill out this online contact form. You can discuss your case, how the law may apply and your best legal options to protect your rights and obtain compensation for your injuries.

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PA Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Answers: What Types Of Benefits Can I Get?

Philadelphia, 07/10/2017 /SubmitPressRelease123/

Any type of personal injury can be scary, but getting injured at work is especially terrifying. When your livelihood is on the line, it’s normal to have a lot of questions and concerns. You may feel anxious and scared about the future. If you’ve been injured on the job, one of your first questions might be related to what types of benefits you’re eligible to receive.

Until you’re injured in the workplace, you might not know exactly how workers’ compensation works, or how an injured worker goes about applying for benefits. This is why it’s important to contact an experienced Philadelphia workers’ compensation lawyer.

What Types of Workers’ Compensation Benefits Can I Receive?

Workers’ compensation benefits depend on several factors. For example, the type of injury and its severity play a role in determining the benefits you’re qualified to collect. This is where your lawyer will explain which types of benefits you can apply for, including:

Weekly Wages – You might qualify for wage replacement up to a specific amount.

Medical Expenses – Workers’ compensation will cover all medical costs arising from the injury you suffered at work. You don’t have to worry about paying anything out of pocket for doctors’ visits, prescription drugs, surgery, rehabilitation services, or physical therapy.

Temporary Partial Disability – Even if your disability allows you to continue working, you may still be qualified to receive temporary partial disability payments through a set number of weeks.

Temporary Total Disability – You may be eligible to receive temporary disability payments for a certain number of weeks.

Permanent Partial Disability – Permanent partial disability payments are awarded to workers whose injuries leave them permanently disabled but not so much that they are unable to work. Workers who receive PPD can return to work, but usually in a modified job role or different position.

Permanent Total Disability – In some cases, a work-related injury is so bad that the worker must stop working permanently. In these cases, the worker qualifies for permanent total disability payments.

Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Discusses Working with an Experienced Lawyer

Philadelphia workers’ compensation lawyer Rand Spear explains, “Employers work with an insurance company to provide workers’ compensation benefits to their employees. It’s important to understand that insurance companies are in the business of making money, and it’s in their best interest to deny benefits whenever they can. They will likely try to show that your injury took place outside of work, or that you aren’t hurt as badly as you claim. This is why it’s important to work with an experienced workers’ compensation lawyer right away.”

Contact a Philadelphia Workers’ Compensation Lawyer Today

If you’ve been injured on the job, don’t take chances with your case. Get the benefits you deserve by speaking to a knowledgeable workers’ compensation lawyer as soon as you can. Get the help and peace of mind you deserve by calling Philadelphia and New Jersey workers’ compensation lawyer Rand Spear today at 877-GET-RAND.



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Dallas County Jury Finds John Helms’ Client Not Guilty of Indecency With A Child

Dallas, TX, USA, 07/10/2017 /SubmitPressRelease123/

A Dallas County jury found a married father of three young children not guilty of indecency with a child. The defendant, represented by Dallas criminal defense lawyer John Helms, was accused of touching the genitals of an underage relative when she was 11 and 12 years old. Mr. Helms’ client could have been sentenced to prison for two to twenty years if he was found guilty. The jury took less than two hours to decide the case on June 29.

“I am very grateful to the jury for their careful consideration of this case,” Mr. Helms said. “This has been an extremely long and difficult ordeal for my client. I am so glad he can now go home to his wife and children knowing it is over.” Mr. Helms and his co-counsel, Jeff Morrow, tried the case over three days from June 27 to 29, in the 363rd Judicial District Court of Dallas County, Texas.

Indecency with a child is a Texas criminal offense more commonly known as “Child Molestation.” In these cases the prosecution needs to prove the victim was under 17 years old and that the molestation was either by exposure or by sexual contact. In this case, the state didn’t carry its burden of proof and the jury didn’t deliberate long before finding in the defendant’s favor.

John Helms has been a trial lawyer for more than 20 years. He is a former federal criminal prosecutor who never lost a trial or appeal. Helms is a solo practitioner with exceptional experience and expertise as a trial lawyer. Previously a partner in top-tier law firms, Helms has worked on some of the most complex cases and represented some of the largest corporations in the country.

If you or a loved one have been charged with a crime in the Dallas area, you should strongly consider hiring someone who really knows the ins and outs of the law. Contact criminal defense lawyer John Helms at (214) 666-8010 or fill out his online contact form. You can discuss your case, how the law may apply and your best legal options to protect your rights and freedom.

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Chris Cornell’s Death Prompts Questions About Ativan

New Jersey, 07/06/2017 /SubmitPressRelease123/

Music fans around the world mourned recently when legendary singer Chris Cornell died at just 52 years of age. The singer was known for heading up the major 1990s grunge bands Soundgarden and Audioslave and was widely recognized for his songwriting talent, stage presence, and instantly recognizable voice.

A recent report states that Cornell’s family is disturbed by findings that Cornell died by hanging himself. Specifically, the media has reported that Cornell’s widow doesn’t believe he was suicidal. The night of his death, he reportedly told her he had taken more than his usual dose of Ativan, a drug prescribed to treat anxiety.

Cornell’s wife also reportedly stated that he was slurring his words over the phone and that she called security to check on him because he didn’t sound like himself. Reports also state that Cornell was a recovering drug addict.

What Is Ativan?

Ativan is prescribed to treat a variety of anxiety-based conditions, such as agoraphobia (the fear of crowds and large spaces), panic attacks, seizure disorders, anxiety, and even drug withdrawal. Ativan is the brand name for the drug lorazepam, which belongs to the drug benzodiazepine drug family — commonly known as “benzos.” Potential side effects include depression, shifting moods, unusual behavior, and suicidal thoughts.

Ativan is mostly prescribed for short-term use, as users can develop a dependence on the drug. In the short-term, Ativan and other drugs in the same family can help people with anxiety. Taken too long, however, they can be extremely addictive and deadly. In fact, Ativan can be so addictive that some have called it and other benzos “the world’s deadliest drug.”

Other benzos include Valium, Restoril, Xanax, and Klonopin. Several high-profile deaths have been linked to various benzos. Actress Margaux Hemingway committed suicide by overdosing on benzos. Hollywood producer Don Simpson died of an unintentional benzo overdose. Acclaimed writer David Foster Wallace was taking Klonopin before he died by hanging himself.

According to a Rolling Stone report, public health experts don’t recommend Ativan for individuals who suffer from depression, psychosis, lung or breathing problems, or addictive disease.

The problem is that the brain will eventually build up a tolerance to Ativan. Over time, a person must take more and more of the drug to obtain the calming effect it’s supposed to produce for those with anxiety and related conditions. As one physician put it, “When the brain pushes back, what that essentially means is that after the drug wears off, you’re more anxious, more irritable, more distressed, and more uncomfortable than you were, to begin with.”   

Other Resources for you:

1. To learn more about Detox Addiction Centre  in our previous blog post

2. What type of substance was being used: Read our blog post

Contact Summit Behavioral Health Today

Summit Behavioral Health offers both inpatient and outpatient programs to help people overcome prescription drug addiction, alcohol abuse disorder, and co-occurring disorders like anxiety and depression. Our programs are medically supervised and designed to fit your specific needs and goals. Call our behavioral health professionals today at 1-855-855-9199 to speak to a substance abuse expert about treatment options for you or someone you love.

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Trenton Orthopaedic Group Joins Rothman Institute

Philadelphia, 07/07/2017 /SubmitPressRelease123/

4 Orthopedic Physicians, Four New Offices in Central New Jersey

Trenton Orthopaedic Group, one of Central New Jersey’s largest orthopaedic practices is merging with Rothman Institute. The new group will be called Trenton Orthopaedic Group at Rothman Institute. The move brings four new offices and 14 physicians to Rothman Institute. The partnership begins September 2017.

“We’re thrilled to partner with the exceptional physicians of Trenton Orthopaedic Group,” said Alexander R. Vaccaro, MD, PhD, MBA, President of Rothman Institute, Richard H. Rothman Professor and Chairman of the Department of Orthopaedics, and Professor of Neurosurgery at Thomas Jefferson University and Hospitals. “They have an outstanding reputation and are firmly rooted in the Central New Jersey and Bucks County communities they serve. We anticipate a smooth transition for patients and are looking forward to a fruitful relationship now and in the future.”

“Trenton Orthopaedic Group is excited about our imminent partnership with the Rothman Institute,” said Daniel J.  Fletcher, MD, President, Trenton Orthopaedic Group. “The future of orthopaedic health care is evolving and bringing these two great practices together to meet this challenge makes perfect sense. Our goal is to combine physicians and resources to enhance and expand the services for our community, a community we are grateful to have serviced for over 50 years.”

Trenton Orthopaedic Group at Rothman Institute has four office locations:

Makefield                                                       Columbus

103 Floral Vale Blvd.                                       1 Sheffield Drive

               Yardley, PA 19067                                          Suite 202 A

Columbus, NJ 08022

Hamilton                                                        Pennington

1225 Whitehorse-Mercerville Rd               116 Washington Crossing

Building D – Suite 220                                  Pennington, NJ 08534

Mercerville, NJ 08619

The physicians of Trenton Orthopaedic Group at Rothman Institute offer musculoskeletal care across numerous subspecialties, including:

Joint Replacement
Spine, Back & Neck
Sports Medicine
Foot & Ankle
Shoulder & Elbow
Hand & Wrist
Orthopaedic Trauma

The physicians joining Rothman Institute are:

Daren J. Aita, MD                                          Joshua S. Hornstein, MD

Steven A. Caruso, MD                                  Andre J. Pagliaro, MD

Evan J. Conte, MD                                        Marc J. Levine, MD

John J. DiBiase, MD                                     Stephen J. Roman, MD

Michael R. Duch, MD                                    John R. Schnell, MD

Daniel J. Fletcher, MD                                  Arjun Saxena, MD

William Gomez, MD                                      Nicolette J. Leone, DC

“We are very happy to be partnering with Trenton Orthopaedic Group,” said Rothman Institute CEO Mike West. “They have an exceptional standing in the Central New Jersey market and surrounding areas. The affiliation of our two groups of physicians reinforces our commitment to the patients of Central New Jersey and Bucks County. We look forward to building on the high-quality care the group already offers, and for continued growth in the future.”


About Rothman Institute

Rothman Institute is a private orthopaedic practice dedicated to providing communities with high-quality, compassionate, and affordable musculoskeletal care that is grounded in evidence-based medicine, the results of which will exceed expectations. Rothman Institute orthopaedists treat patients at 30 locations in the Philadelphia-region, including orthopaedic urgent care clinics in Marlton, NJ and Limerick, PA.

With experts in orthopaedic sub-specialties including spine, hip and knee, foot and ankle, shoulder and elbow, hand and wrist, sports medicine, physical medicine and  rehabilitation, orthopaedic oncology and trauma, Rothman Institute is internationally recognized for excellence in clinical treatment  methods, research, education and technology.

Consistently recognized as national and regional “Top Docs,” Rothman Institute is proud to be the first practice serving as official team physicians for all four of the major professional sports teams in one city, the Philadelphia Eagles, Phillies, Flyers and 76ers, as well as several college and high school teams.

For more information about Rothman Institute please call 1-800-321-9999 or visit


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Carrie Fisher Toxicology Report Reveals Drug Use

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Although Carrie Fisher was most commonly recognized for her iconic role as Princess Leia in the Star Wars movie franchise, fans also knew her as an honest and open advocate for mental health and drug addiction treatment and recovery. Fisher struggled her entire life with drug and alcohol addiction, and her honesty has been credited with helping many people overcome addiction.

Tragically, Fisher died at just 60 years old in December 2016. Now, a toxicology report reveals she tested positive for cocaine, methadone, ethanol, and opiates at the time of her death. Doctors also believe that sleep apnea and heart disease played a role in her death.

Fisher’s Family Says Her Death Will Hopefully Encourage Others to Get Help

Like Fisher, her family has been honest about her drug use and the struggles she faced. Despite the many years of recovery and treatment, Fisher remained witty, sarcastic, and generally upbeat about life in general. In addition to her acting work, she was an accomplished novelist and screenwriter.

Perhaps most notably, however, Fisher is known for being a beacon of inspiration for those who struggle with mental health issues and co-occurring disorders. She advocated to end the stigma associated with mental illness. Fisher was open about her bipolar disorder, and in later years became famous for making appearances with her therapy dog, Gary Fisher, by her side.

Co-occurring disorders affect 7.9 million Americans, according to a 2014 study conducted by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA). People with mental health challenges are more likely to self-medicate with drugs and alcohol. SAMHSA states that this often makes it more difficult to treat co-occurring disorders, as sometimes people receive treatment for one disorder without getting much-needed treatment for the other.

Both mental health problems and substance abuse problems involve biological, psychological, and social components. Thus, it’s important to address both the addiction and the mental health disorder. Sadly, individuals with co-occurring disorders also have higher rates of incarceration, homelessness, medical problems, and even suicide.  

Fisher’s daughter stated, “I know my Mom, she’d want her death to encourage people to be open about their struggles. Seek help, fight for government funding for mental health programs. Shame and those social stigmas are the enemies of progress to solutions and ultimately a cure.”

Summit Behavioral Health Cares

Do you or someone you love struggle with addiction? We are the Detox facility that truly cares. Our depth of understanding and willingness to do whatever it takes to facilitate the path in which a person becomes free from the addiction is unmatched. The Professional and Medically supervised approach attached to a Holistic atmosphere equips the struggling to gain victory over their addiction.

At Summit Behavioral Health we offer both inpatient and outpatient programs. You can obtain lasting recovery — even after relapse. Our programs are personalized, holistic and medically supervised. Don’t wait call today. Our behavioral health professionals are standing by at 1-855-855-9199.

Other Resources for you

1. To learn more about What Drug Addiction Treatment Specialists  Think Previous blog post

2. Read our blog post: Haverhill, Massachusetts Sees a Rise in Drug-Related Crimes


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Drug Use And Depression Among Teens

New Jersey, 07/05/2017 /SubmitPressRelease123/

A recent report from Time magazine says that teenagers are using fewer drugs but are experiencing more depression. On the other hand, the report goes on to state that opioid use among teens has not shown any signs of slowing down.

The data in the report was gathered by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, which pulled statistics from two 2015 surveys conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the Center for Behavioral Health Statistics and Quality. Here are some key takeaways:

Marijuana remains the drug teens are most likely to use, and marijuana use has declined a bit since 2011.
Fewer teens are using cigarettes. Cigarette use among teenagers was 8% in 2011. In 2015, it dropped to 4.2%.
Among teens who use drugs, few get the treatment they need. Among 12 to 17-year-olds, just 4% get treatment. In the 18 to 25-year-old age group, only 8% of those with a drug problem receive treatment.
Depression rates among teenagers have risen steadily. In 2015, an estimated 3 million teens suffered from depression.
Major depressive episodes have also increased, with teenage girls being particularly vulnerable.
At the same time, fewer kids are getting mental health treatment for their depression. Just 39% received the treatment they needed, despite increases in the number of teens experiencing depression.
Opioid Abuse Remains High Among Teens

Sadly, the rates of opioid abuse have not improved. An overwhelming number of teenagers remain addicted to powerful opioids that are notoriously difficult to kick once an individual has become addicted.

Experts blame this on overprescribing. The report states that doctors give teenagers prescription painkillers for everything from headaches to dental surgery.

When teens’ prescriptions run out, they turn to other sources for the drugs they’ve become addicted to. About 36% of teens obtain a prescription drug from a doctor. An astonishing 54% get their prescription drugs from a friend or relative. About 5% obtain theirs from a drug dealer or a stranger.

7.2 million teenagers are addicted to hydrocodone.
4.3 million teenagers are addicted to oxycodone.
1.7 million teens are addicted to tramadol.
700,000 teens are addicted to morphine.

Additionally, research shows that drugs like fentanyl, which are not always obtained in a pure form, are causing a growing number of overdose deaths among teenagers.

Contact Summit Behavioral Health Today

Is your teen struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction or a co-occurring disorder like depression or anxiety? Summit Behavioral Health offers both inpatient and outpatient programs to help teens and young adults overcome opioid drug addiction, alcohol abuse disorder, and co-occurring disorders.

We have helped people of all ages and from all walks of life conquer their opioid drug addiction or alcohol abuse disorder. Our detox programs are medically supervised and designed to accommodate individual specific needs and goals. Call our behavioral health professionals today at 1-855-855-9199 to speak to a substance abuse expert about treatment options for you or a loved one. 

Other Resources for you:

1. To learn more about affect of Depression: previous blog post

2. Affect of Alcohol and depression facts: Read our blog post on Robin Williams’ Journey Of  Addiction Rehab & Depression

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Summit Behavioral Health – Serenity At Summit

Detox Treatment

1000 Galloping Hill Road

Union, NJ 07083

Phone: (908) 481-4400

Summit Behavioral Health – Serenity At Summit

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Phone: (978) 641-3001

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NFM Lending Salutes William Saylors

Linthicum, MD, United States, 07/05/2017 /SubmitPressRelease123/

NFM Lending is pleased to honor William Saylors as the NFM Salute for July 2017.

William started his military career as a U.S. Marine in 1955, and served until 1959. He was known for his generosity and willingness to help others. William passed away in December 2016, survived by his wife of 50 years, Susan, and his four children. He was nominated for the NFM Salute by his son, Jeffrey Saylors.

“William was not only my father, but someone I could trust as a friend,” said Jeffrey. “There was never a time he would not make a sacrifice for anyone. He was not self-serving; he was a giver. The loss of my father made me revisit my core values, and I’m looking forward to adopting every gift he has given me. Now I can continue the tradition of being a loyal friend and confidant to everyone, just as he was. I salute him today and every day!”

The NFM Salute is an initiative in which one military member or Veteran is chosen each month to be honored as the “Salute of the Month.” Salutes are chosen from nominations on the NFM Salute website, The “Salute of the Month” will be featured on the website with a brief biography and information about his or her service, and NFM Lending will make a $2,500 donation to a military or Veteran non-profit in the Salute’s name. Jeffrey chose The Gary Sinise Foundation to receive this month’s donation in memory of his father.

Selected NFM Salutes may choose from one of the following three non-profits: Platoon 22, AnySoldier, and the Gary Sinise Foundation. NFM looks forward to the opportunity to continue to honor military and Veterans through the NFM Salute initiative.

About NFM Lending

NFM Lending is a mortgage lending company currently licensed in 29 states in the U.S. The company was founded in Baltimore, Maryland in 1998. They attribute their success in the mortgage industry to their steadfast commitment to customers and the community. NFM Lending has firmly planted itself in the home loan marketplace as “America’s Common Sense Residential Mortgage Lender.™” For more information about NFM Lending, visit, like our Facebook page, or follow us on Twitter.

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