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Union Gospel Mission 091717
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL WITH THE UNION GOSPEL MISSION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH HOMELESS PEOPLE AND THEIR OPERATION OVERCOAT EVENT COMING SEPTEMBER 30.
and and that's creating newly homeless I mentioned early substance abuse. The opiate epidemic. When people go from abusing painkillers. To dread shopping and then if they become heroin addict. As frequently it's is so such an unmanageable. And non viable lifestyle they will become homeless. And and that's true of
OHA Smoking Cessation 073017
other tobacco products this. Extremely addictive. And as topic again something like heroin or cocaine. No and cigarette is perfectly engineered so that inside a smoker nicotine travels straight from the lungs but the head
Kinship House 050717
AN INTERVIEW WITH HEATHER JEFFERIS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF KINSHIP HOUSE, AND JOSH KEELING, A BOARD MEMBER AND FOSTER PARENT, ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO SUPPORTING FOSTER CHILDREN.
we have people like to do speed balls with this meth and heroin together which I guess I didn't know is not a national phenomenon as a special thing that happens here on the West
Union Gospel Mission 081416
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF UNION GOSPEL MISSION ABOUT THE WORK THEY DO WITH THE HOMELESS AND THE OPERATION OVERCOAT EVENT AT THE END OF SEPTEMBER.
believe. And similarly every one who is reaching out for help. With heroin addiction crack addiction meth addiction or alcohol problem. Today we know about 70%. Lower relapse. In the next five years after leaving
4th Dimension Recovery Center 042416
AN INTERVIEW WITH WINSTON MURRAY AND TONY VEZINA FROM THE 4TH DIMENSION RECOVERY CENTER AND NICK SMIT, GM WITH GRESHAM SUBARU, ABOUT THE WORK THEIR SOBER CENTER DOES WITH RECOVERING YOUNG PEOPLE IN THE PORTLAND METRO AND THE DONATION MADE BY GRESHAM SUBARU.
to. Inpatient treatment center in Texas end. At the time viewers shooting heroin in that and he was Tony result from his players all. They're not later you. In Portland and he has been active and because that means he's been active within our mentor program. I'm one of his mentors Tony also mentors and and he's someone who has sequence clean up heroin . And and shooting left and no doubt in my mind that what mentioned has put partisan and the black. That's really great.
Oregon College Of Oriental Medicine 101815
AN INTERVIEW WITH BETH HOWLETT, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNICATIONS WITH THE OREGON COLLEGE OF ORIENTAL MEDICINE, ABOUT WHAT ORIENTAL MEDICINE IS AND HOW IT’S USED IN ASIA AND THE U.S.
pain and pain management we have really cover World Bank. There's an opiate Craig different country meant plenty of people that's the gateway where it starts they have a small surgery or some other reason where it's practically. OK to prescribe opiates but then there's no way to get them off the bat half the killing their pain. And I feel like that it agreed to throw the complementary Carol how to play in integrating the environment to support patient coming out of surgery and other things that normally would be. Opiate based interventions and figuring out how to. Open up options for them to do post surgical pain management not just using open
Union Gospel Mission 091315
AN INTERVIEW WITH BILL RUSSELL, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF UNION GOSPEL MISSION, ABOUT WHAT THEY DO TO HELP THE HOMELESS AND THE OPERATION OVERCOAT EVENT COMING UP TO RAISE AWARENESS AND DONATIONS TO HELP OUT.
increase. And it and it's a consistent increase of and Caroline at opiate dependency. So we're all working to get better at turning the opiate addicted around quickly and helping them live without and the kind of negatives that come with being opiate dependent because economically if if you become addicted to painkillers. And he can't turn that corner and get off of them. Eventually going to be out on the street he's an heroin and nobody wants he's so. We're open families get their loved ones up street every day. It was gonna save addiction is doesn't necessarily start out as an economic. Noise after that it becomes economical right away because. He economy had a drug abuse and I I don't take it personally anymore. You know it I can knows someone and if they get opiate dependent. And they steal from here or lied to me. I don't think you personally virtually every opiate addict Debra format. Still hospitalized tonight I know. People and families have their hearts broken by that but we. Don't wanna throw
Parkinson's Resource Center 041915
AN INTERVIEW WITH RETIRED ASTRONAUT RICH CLIFFORD WHO HAS PARKINSON’S AND LAUREN TIETSORT, DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR OF PARKINSON’S RESOURCES OF OREGON ABOUT THE DISEASE AND THEIR BENEFIT GALA.
the gala again. It's going to be Friday may eighth at the fentanyl hotel. And tickets can be found online at probe gala dot org. We would love to have the support. Anyone in every
DePaul Treatment Centers 10.19.14
AN INTERVIEW WITH MAREE WACKER, CEO OF DEPAUL TREATMENT CENTERS, ABOUT ADDICTION AND THE SERVICES THEY PROVIDE TO PEOPLE ADDICTED TO DRUGS AND ALCOHOL.
of drugs of them -- them primarily due primarily with adults it's heroin . I am and we have some math. And win the youth it's marijuana and heroin both. Believe it or not more and so it's it's pretty crazy stuff. With a heroin epidemic when a lot of people don't realize is that 65%. Of people view. Are using heroin today or started using heroin in the twenty tenths. Actually were first prescribed me pain medication the synthetic form -- I'm like an -- cotton. And from their doctor. And then once they no longer needed that medication that they were addicted to it and it doctor. With no longer prescribe it then they began using heroin has its placement. And getting it on the street absolutely. That's pretty scary it is very scary and in Horry again am
managers on the team well yes. That is exciting she was a heroin addict who recently received a prescription. And her doctor for her initially -- -- -- Beach -- car. That's pretty great it
A discussion with Lorren Sandt, executive director for Caring Ambassadors, and organization helping spread awareness of hepatitis C and it’s complications and a cure.
unfortunately. As there's been a lot of discussion about the increase in heroin use in our country. And there's an increase in prescription drug use in our country. As children leave home they often can't access those prescription drugs and they're very expensive on the street and -- really cheap. So unfortunately they're switching to heroin . And they don't really understand. How to keep himself safe because it's not just use in a clean needle it's using the
-- I think everybody's heard news reports lately about the uptick in heroin use -- across many demographics. Super unfortunate. It really is unfortunate and so well have the incidence of hepatitis C was going