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Rising Concern Among Jefferson Parish Officials Over Spike In Drug Use & Overdoses In 2023

Rising Concern Among Jefferson Parish Officials Over Spike in Drug Use & Overdoses in 2023

Jun 27, 2024
In Jefferson Parish, drug overdoses are a significant public health concern — mirroring broader substance abuse patterns in Louisiana. The parish is marred with increased drug overdose cases, some of which have resulted in deaths. Read on as we summarize...
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One For The Road: Holiday Lights Mocktail

Oct 25, 2023
For generations, people have used music as a way to find solace and joy. Music Director at NOLA Detox & Recovery Center, Joe Gelini, discussed how music can help those suffering from addiction to recover on Great Day Louisiana. “The...
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Highlighting NOLA Detox: A New Face of Addiction Recovery

Oct 18, 2023
In a recent New Orleans Magazine Online article, the spotlight is on the NOLA Detox and Recovery Center, co-founded by Dan Forman and Chris Copeland, as a beacon of hope for those battling addiction in the New Orleans and Gulf...
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One For The Road: Cold Fashioned Mocktail

Oct 18, 2023
For those suffering from alcohol and drug addiction, every day can sometimes feel like an uphill battle. For many, this battle gets especially taxing during the holiday season. NOLA Detox co-founder and CEO Dan Forman stopped by Great Day Louisiana...
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ADDICTION SEGMENT: GATHERINGS AND OVERCOMING TEMPTATION

Jun 07, 2023
Spring in the Crescent City can sometimes be challenging for those in recovery from addiction. From St. Patrick’s Day to crawfish boils, the temptation to consume drugs and alcohol can feel like it’s everywhere. But that doesn’t mean those in...
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NEW STUDIES SHOW THE SEVERITY OF THE OPIOID CRISIS

Jun 07, 2023
According to a recent study by The Lancet, Journal of the American Medical Association, more than 1.2 million people will die from overdoses by 2029. Opioid overdoses are extremely prevalent in Louisiana and especially affect African American men 55 and...
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