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October 08, 2019

Aware Recovery Care of Connecticut Awarded Home Care and Behavioral Health Care Accreditation

Aware Recovery Care of Connecticut has just earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for both Home Care Accreditation and Behavioral Health Care by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The Gold Seal of Approval® is a symbol of quality that reflects an organization’s commitment to providing safe…


February 20, 2019

Addiction Policy Forum Again Recognizes Aware Recovery Care

Aware Recovery Care is proud to announce that the Addiction Policy Forum has, for the second year in a row, singled out our addiction treatment programs for innovations that are changing the field of addiction. The Addiction Policy Forum is a nationwide nonprofit organization dedicated to eliminating addiction as a…


June 08, 2018

Could Family Therapy Be the Missing Key to Recovery Success?

Anyone struggling with addiction knows there are literally thousands of treatment options available in the U.S. And if you’re battling addiction – the chances are also very good that you’ve tried a number of these options without achieving long-term abstinence. Aware Recovery Care is the brainchild of addiction specialists at…


March 02, 2018

The Drug Crisis Deadlier Than the Opioid Epidemic

In 2016, this drug was associated with more deaths than auto and gun deaths combined. Can you guess the drug? Not opioids. Alcohol. According to Center for Disease Controls data, 88,000 people died as a result of alcohol consumption in 2016.  Sixty-four thousand died from overdosing on other drugs that…


February 23, 2017

Is Your Elderly Parent Suddenly Confused or Quiet?

One would have thought the opioid crisis would serve as a lesson for organized medicine and its pharmaceutical allies. Overprescribe a class of drugs, and you’re likely to create a public health crisis. Well sadly – it hasn’t. In a paper just published in the journal JAMA Internal Medicine, researchers…


January 26, 2017

Joffree Barrnett, M.D. Named Medical Director For Aware Recovery Care in New Hampshire

[caption id=“attachment_447” align=“alignnone” width=“289”] Medical Director, Aware Recovery Care, N.H.[/caption] Aware Recovery Care is pleased to announce that Dr. Joffree Barrnett MD has been named Medical Director for Aware in the state of New Hampshire. Dr. Barrnett has had a long and distinguished career in the fields of substance abuse…


December 15, 2016

Aware Recovery Care Develops Special Treatment Track for Professionals

What’s it like to run a company? How about a surgical unit or an emergency room? Or a high powered law firm? It’s stressful, time consuming and exhausting – mentally and physically. It can also be lonely. For professionals in high stress jobs – lots of lives depend on their…


October 27, 2016

Drug and Alcohol Addiction Rehab Program Gets High Praise For Exceptional Recovery Rates

On Friday – October 14th, 2016, the State of Connecticut hosted a symposium on the opioid addiction crisis in the State. The event was chaired by the Commissioner of the Connecticut State Department of Insurance – Katie Wade, and featured experts from the Yale School of Medicine and medical directors…


June 16, 2016

Is An Elderly Member of Your Family Addicted to Drugs?  Could be Hard to Tell.

As people age, the incidence of arthritis tends to rise, leading to an increase in aches and pains. Levels of general anxiety can also rise with the years. What do many of the elderly do in the face of these problems? They seek medical advice and treatment that often includes…


April 14, 2016

Can New Strategies Help in the Battle with Drug and Alcohol Addiction?

Aware Recovery Care’s model of addiction rehab treatment is helping our clients achieve rates of long term recovery that are some of the highest in the nation. In fact, they are 350% above the national average. As many have noted, our willingness to consistently work with addiction researchers to seek…


November 12, 2015

Alcohol Dependence to Alcohol Substance Abuse

A common story… George was given a beer by his dad at a family picnic when he was 9 years old. His dad thought it would be a good idea for his son to learn about alcohol where he would be safe experimenting. This first beer soon led to other…