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Fun in Early Sobriety at Innovo Detox

2022-11-21T14:41:36-05:00September 30, 2022|Uncategorized|

When thinking about going to detox for drugs and alcohol, or thinking about an addiction treatment experience, most people certainly don’t equate such an experience with having fun. And for some reasons, that isn’t entirely inaccurate. Most people don’t enter treatment because they are excited about sobriety or looking forward to a life of recovery free of drugs and alcohol. Instead, most people seek treatment or admit into detox because their life is on fire- they’ve burned bridges, ruined relationships, lost a job, find themselves in legal or financial difficulty, or have been cut off from their family, friends and loved ones. In short, most people do not enter detox or addiction treatment riding a rainbow of enthusiasm surrounded [...]

Innovo Detox Now Accepting TRICARE for Military Members, Veterans, and Family Members

2022-10-17T15:20:24-04:00September 21, 2022|Innovo Updates|

Innovo Detox is proud to accept TRICARE health insurance for those members of the military and their family members in need of detox, withdrawal management, and medical stabilization due to drug and alcohol addiction. As a contracted out-of-network provider for Tricare, Innovo Detox is able to offer more accessibility for detox and addiction treatment services to those in need.   Tricare is a health insurance program of the United States Department of Defense Military Health System. As a health insurance program, Tricare provides civilian health benefits for United States Armed Forces military personnel, military retirees, and their dependents, including some members of the reserves. Innovo Detox’s contract with Tricare allows the facility to accept several health insurance plans offered by [...]

Mental Health Conditions that Accompany a Drug and Alcohol Detox

2022-10-13T16:19:32-04:00September 15, 2022|Detox, Mental Health|

Individuals that enter detox with addiction issues to drugs and alcohol often also suffer from a mental health condition. This is referred to as a co-occurring disorder or a dual diagnosis. Co-occurring disorders (or dual diagnosis) refers to having a co-existing mental health conditions or mental illness and a substance use disorder. It is vital that anyone seeking help for an addiction, like entering a detox for drugs and alcohol, also finds a facility that is equipped to handle any mental health issues that they may have, or that may arise during detox. For years, it was thought that treatment facilities may be able to treat either an addiction or mental health issue separately, with the idea that one could [...]

Innovo Detox Welcomes Denise Connelly as New Clinical Supervisor

2022-10-13T16:08:19-04:00September 8, 2022|Innovo Updates|

Innovo Detox, located in Abbottstown, Pennsylvania, is pleased to welcome Denise Connelly, LCSW-C, MAC, CAC-AD, ACRPS, as our new Clinical Supervisor! Denise joins the Innovo Detox team with over 24 years of experience in the addiction, recovery, and co-occurring fields, in positions of clinical supervisory and program leadership. She is a Licensed Certified Clinical Social Worker and supervisor (LCSW-C), a nationally certified Master Addiction Counselor, a Certified Associate Counselor- Alcohol and Drug (CAC-AD), and an Advanced Certified Relapse Prevention Specialist (ACRPS.) Receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, Denise went on to receive a Master’s Degree in Social Work from the University of Maryland at Baltimore School of Social Work. She [...]

National Recovery Month: September 2022

2022-09-06T14:47:50-04:00September 5, 2022|Addiction News|

Annually each September throughout America is the celebration of National Recovery Month. Started by SAMSHA and, in 2020, tuned over to the organization Faces & Voices of Recovery, National Recovery Month is an annual celebration throughout America of recovery, observing those who have overcome the struggles of addiction and mental health issues, and highlight new evidence-based treatment and recovery practices. Throughout the month of September, in states and communities across the country, organizations will host events that celebrate recovery. There will be 5K runs/walks, speaking engagements, people in recovery will share their stories and experiences, family-friendly community events, and other educational and informative sessions will be held. National Recovery Month 2022 is not just a month to celebrate recovery [...]

International Overdose Awareness Day 2022

2022-08-30T15:03:39-04:00August 22, 2022|Addiction News|

Each year, August 31st has been designated at International Overdose Awareness Day. International Overdose Awareness Day began in Australia in 2001 and is the world’s annual campaign to end drug overdose, remember without stigma those who have been lost to drug overdoses worldwide, and acknowledge the grief felt by family and friends who have lost a loved one to drug addiction and overdose. On August 31st, throughout American and around the world, communities will come together to honor and mourn the lives lost to drug overdoses and hold events to help raise awareness and break stigma of addiction and overdose deaths. Since 1999, America has lost almost one million people to drug overdoses. While in the years before the [...]

Farm-to-Table Cooking at Innovo Detox

2022-08-30T14:56:52-04:00August 17, 2022|Uncategorized|

Nutrition and healthy, delicious food are vital for a patient going through detox. Of anyone that has suffered from drug or alcohol addiction, few can say that they have truly taken care of their health during active addiction. Therefore, when going to detox and managing withdrawal symptoms, it is important that patients not only receive the highest quality medical care and clinical services to support their mental and emotional health, but that they also eat a diet that supports their bodies healing.   This is one of the reasons that when opening Innovo Detox, we took great pride in finding a chef and a culinary team that can do just that: cook incredible meals for patients that would also benefit [...]

Meet Innovo Detox Community Outreach Specialist Louis DeSanto

2022-08-30T14:50:20-04:00August 16, 2022|Innovo Updates|

Innovo Detox is excited to announce the hiring of Louis DeSanto as our new Community Outreach Specialist in the Philadelphia area and surrounding region. Working with Innovo Detox Director of Business Development Morgan Pagels, Louis will handle developing and maintaining professional and community relationships in the Greater Philadelphia area.   A person in long-term recovery, Louis is entering the addiction treatment and behavioral healthcare field after many years working in sales, marketing, and communications as the Director of Business Development for a large energy company that serviced customers throughout the Northeast and Midwest areas of the United States. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Shippensburg University in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania.   After finding recovery from addiction and [...]

August 2022: National Wellness Month in America

2022-08-30T13:52:08-04:00August 8, 2022|Mental Health|

What is National Wellness Month? Each August in America, National Wellness Month focuses on self-care, managing stress, and promoting healthy routines. While wellness and living a healthy lifestyle is vital, many Americans find creating a life focusing on wellness to be difficult. Our quick service, microwave society, where we are moving from one thing to the next at rapid speed, dealing with work and family stress, and all other manners of life can create difficulty for slowing down and taking a focus on our own health and wellness. National Wellness Month is an opportunity to create awareness about the importance of wellness and to focus on incorporating wellness routines into our daily lives that can last during the whole year. [...]

Will My Health Insurance Cover Detox?

2022-08-30T11:01:24-04:00August 2, 2022|Detox, Insurance|

It is an unfortunate truth that America’s behavioral healthcare system is flawed. Someone seeking help for addiction or mental health issues often find that in order to get connected to services they must engage in an often confusing, convoluted process. Often services are inaccessible, therapists and psychiatrists have waitlists, or the services they need do not exist within their local area. They too can find that many services are expensive. While the Affordable Care Act and the Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act (MHPAEA) should ensure that anyone is able to access services and those services should be covered by their health insurance, many people find this is not the case.   Whether someone has Medicaid, Medicare, or private [...]

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