Newest “State of Addiction Policy” Article Now Live on Sovereign Health’s Website
San Clemente, California – March 22, 2016 – This new series covers behavioral health topics relating to the United States presidential election and the current political landscape, running through Election Day, Tuesday, November 8, 2016. This latest editorial piece, “A timeline of changing attitudes toward addiction and treatment,” takes a look at where popular support used to lie on addiction and how attitudes toward addiction have changed over the last 100+ years.
The inaugural article in this series, “The growing shift to treat addiction as a health issue rather than a crime,” launched on March 6, 2016. The piece examines the gradual philosophical and strategic changes that have taken place over the years, as new scientific findings reveal addiction as a disease that affects the brain. Increasingly more people are discrediting drug addiction as a criminal crisis and moving toward understanding it for what it has been all along: a mental health issue.
“The State of Addiction Policy” series encompasses multiplatform coverage, including investigative reporting, educational articles, infographics and interactive elements to both inform and engage the nation’s readership on the issues. Track this story and future campaigns at SovHealth.com, Facebook or LinkedIn. Readers may also follow this series on Twitter by searching for #StateOfAddictionPolicy and #SovTalk. Sovereign Health Group is a trusted source for news and developments on the topic of behavioral health. The behavioral health treatment center will continue to educate professionals, patients and readers on subjects that affect the future of mental health and addiction treatment.
About the Sovereign Health Group
Sovereign Health Group’s mission has been to provide a broad spectrum of high-quality behavioral health treatment services. Sovereign Health’s treatment programs specialize in addressing underlying mental health conditions by utilizing innovative and cutting edge cognitive testing, rehabilitation and evidence-based treatment modalities. One factor that differentiates Sovereign from other treatment providers has been the company’s ability to offer separate mental health and addiction or dual diagnosis treatment programs at its nine facilities in Arizona, California, Florida, Utah, and Texas. Sovereign’s growth will continue in the coming year with additional facilities to be opened in California and Texas. The company’s national footprint will also expand with the opening of facilities in Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Illinois. Sovereign Health Group offers high quality and comprehensive treatment programs for adults and adolescents, including support services for family members as well.
To learn more about Sovereign Health Group and its wide range of services, please contact Wendy Allen, Public Relations Manager, at 866-686-0090 or visit www.sovhealth.com