“Julia” recently marked her ninth consecutive month abstaining from heroin. A recovering addict living on the Eastern Shore, she largely attributes her success to a promising new medication, Vivitrol, used to treat additions to opioids like heroin and prescription painkillers…. Continue reading Vivitrol Offers Hope in Fighting Addiction
Come play and eat with us! Save the Date! Healthy Families Lower Shore will hold its annual summer picnic on June 14, 11:00 a.m.—2:00 p.m., at Jane’s Island State Park (Pavilion #2) in Crisfield. Come join us for lots of Continue reading HFLS Newsletter – Spring 2014
Inside This Issue Holiday Gathering Text4baby Highlights on our Advisory Council New Babies Winter calendar of events Holiday Gathering and Graduation Held On November 23, 2013 Healthy Families Lower Shore gathered at Salem United Methodist Church for our annual holiday event. This Continue reading HFLS Newsletter – Winter 2014
The mass casualty attacks and violent occurrences of the last month lead many to question themorality of the world today and what can be done to stop the bloodshed? Can we prevent extreme violence from occurring? How can we better predict Continue reading How to Predict and Prevent Violence
Eastern Shore Psychological Services, LLC is pleased to announce greatly enhanced access to behavioral health services for the mid and lower eastern shore. “Two full time psychiatrists, Dr. Ovais Khalid and Dr. Saima Maqsood have joined our team to provide Continue reading ESPS Expands Behavioral Health Services
ESPS is collaborating with Salisbury University in researching the CARE2 risk assessment and treatment planning tool. Visit the CARE-2 site.