drug treatment

upstate.edu

A set of new laws that went into effect at the start of 2017 can make it easier for people with heroin and opioid addictions to get help…and for treatment providers to help them.  One change for treatment involves whether insurance will cover it.  Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare CEO Jeremy Klemanski will have one less hurdle when trying to provide treatment to an addict…and having to prove they need it.

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A state grant of $250,000 will help families and individuals navigate addiction problems and help them seek treatment.  

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The rise of heroin use around central New York is being seen by those who try and help addicts with drug treatment.  Syracuse Behavioral Healthcare will host a free virtual tour on Wednesday.  Spokesperson Ronald Wood says there’s no escaping the spike in heroin use, which he calls the most common source of drug abuse in the region.