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Rogers’ Dr. Michelle Maloney discusses the state of teen addiction across our communities in Rogers’ new podcast, Reducing the Risk of Teen Addiction.
Do you suspect your teen is using substances? Hear from Rogers Behavioral Health’s executive director of addiction services, Dr. Michelle Maloney, about the steps you should follow to take care of yourself and your teen, including why you need to identify your own “hot” buttons. Learn tips for how to have important conversations with your teen about drugs and alcohol which can reduce the chances of your teen using them.
Dr. Michelle Maloney, executive director of addiction services at Rogers Behavioral Health, sheds light on the complex connection between mental health and teen substance use, and the most common conditions associated with addiction. Hear why it’s important to treat both the mental health illness and the substance use at the same time.
Dr. Michelle Maloney, executive director of addiction services at Rogers Behavioral Health, explains common reasons why teens turn to substances and who is most at risk. While smoking, vaping, alcohol, and marijuana are usually considered the most common substances teens use, Dr. Maloney shares why prescription medications also pose a significant hazard.
Dr. Michelle Maloney, executive director of addiction services at Rogers Behavioral Health, shares the latest information on teen substance use, and explains critical differences between substance use, abuse, and addiction. Learn the signs that could indicate a teen is using substances.
People who enter inpatient care are frequently seeking help managing withdrawal symptoms or are there due to an emergency situation from drug or alcohol use. But what happens after this short-term treatment, is critical for long-term recovery.
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