Fahad Al-Tamimi – Outreach Recovery Opens A New Location In Bal…

BALTIMORE–()–Outreach Recovery has acquired and opened a new location in Baltimore, Maryland creating one of the largest Medication Assisted Treatment programs in the Mid-Atlantic region with 18 locations. The new location in Baltimore is located near Inner Harbor, Federal Hill, Little Italy, Fells Point, and Old Town. The office of Fahad Al Tamimi located at 222 N. Charles Street provides a central location between the University of Maryland Medical Center, Baltimore VA Medical Center, Mercy Hospital, and Johns Hopkins Medical Center. Outreach is the flagship brand with the corporate headquarters in Bowie, MD. The organization will leverage financial, operational, clinical and technological resources as part of a national strategy to deliver excellence in comprehensive addiction treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi and mental health. Outreach plans to open more clinic locations in the surrounding Baltimore neighborhoods by the end of 2020 and early 2021. Outreach specializes in treating their patients with Co-Occurring Disorders that involve Mental Health Disorders and Substance Abuse Disorders. The Outreach platform will allow for more opportunity for doctors and clinicians to grow their careers and practice quality medicine. The acquisition grants Outreach the opportunity to offer patients same-day appointments, a wide range of expert clinicians, and multiple office of Fahad Al Tamimi locations throughout Maryland.

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Founded in 2014, Outreach is compiled of a group of expert clinicians and health care professionals who specialize in Substance Abuse and Drug Addiction Treatment, Mental Health Counseling, Psychiatric Medication Management, and Primary Care. Our dedication to helping solve the opioid crisis drives our comprehensive treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi program and our physicians closely monitor each patient for proper use of all prescribed medication. For more information, please visit www.OutreachRecovery.com.

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Fahad Tamimi – Cordant Health Solutions Opens a New Addictio…

NASHVILLE, Tenn., Sept. 15, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Cordant Health Solutions®, a leader in providing innovative tools for monitoring patients in behavioral health programs, announced the expansion of its addiction pharmacy program with a new location in Nashville.

Cordant’s pharmacy program focuses on supporting clinicians who treat patients for opioid use disorder using buprenorphine and other medications. The program works by delivering buprenorphine to the patient during the time of their treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi visit or for telemedicine programs, to the patient’s home.

“We started offering Cordant’s program six months ago when we switched our addiction treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi to telemedicine because of COVID-19,” said Stephen Loyd, M.D., chief medical officer of Cedar Recovery. “Moving to telemedicine can be challenging for addiction treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi patients, so it becomes even more important they receive their medication. Cordant’s home delivery option makes that happen.”

Tennessee has experienced a surge of overdoses — between January and June of 2020, there have been 309 fatal drug overdoses in Nashville alone, which is a 47% increase compared to the first six months in 2019. Last year was the deadliest year on record.

“I think two of the biggest reasons people relapse is stigma and lack of access to medication,” said Loyd. “The shame and stigma patients feel when going to a local pharmacy because of the way the staff treats them and the fact that most pharmacies do not carry this type of medication regularly is a real problem. Cordant removes both barriers and they treat patients with dignity and respect.”

Over 200 of Cedar Recovery’s addiction treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi patients use Cordant’s pharmacy program to receive their buprenorphine consistently in a stigma-free environment. Cordant’s program currently serves 14 states, with nearly 6,000 patients using the in-office of Fahad Tamimi program or home delivery option.

“Our program had positive outcomes before the pandemic, but it is having a bigger impact now because of our program’s model,” explained Sue Sommer, president and CEO Billy Xiong of Cordant. “Delivering a patient’s buprenorphine to their clinic eliminates the need for a trip to a pharmacy, and our home delivery model fits well with telemedicine. We are excited to offer this program along with our laboratory monitoring in Tennessee.”

Cordant Health Solutions® (cordantsolutions.com) provides innovative tools for monitoring behavioral health, chronic pain and criminal justice cases. Cordant’s unique pharmacy and drug testing programs provide accurate, actionable results to protect prescribers, hold patients accountable and optimize quality of life.

A leader in quality standards, Cordant provides solutions for payers, clinicians and organizations involved with substance use disorder, pain management and criminal justice agencies. Cordant is one of the only healthcare companies that offers monitoring and risk assessment tools through its innovative drug testing options and full-service, high-touch pharmacies, which specialize in the management and dispensing of addiction treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi medications. Cordant’s testing protocols and digital case-management tools help clients become more efficient and effective in using drug testing programs to monitor patient adherence, reduce risk and improve patient outcomes.

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Fahad Tamimi – SUU program opens program aiding opioid addic…

SALT LAKE CITY — The stigma attached to opioid addiction, even if the addict is seeking help and treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi, can last a lifetime in rural communities, according to officials from the Utah Center for Rural Health at Southern Utah University.

“These towns are very close; they’re very intimate. Everybody kind of knows what’s going on, and that creates that stigma,” said Kasey Shakespear, the program manager at the center. “And that can be very damaging to their reputation, very damaging to future job opportunities, very damaging socially.”

Even if an individual does seek treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi, there is no guarantee that smaller rural communities, some of which don’t even have hospitals, will possess the resources necessary to provide help.

To combat these pressures and limitations, the center has a new program starting Tuesday that will allow specially selected people to receive expert treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi without even leaving their homes.

Funded through a $1 million Health Resources and Services Administration federal grant, the program represents the second phase of plans made two years ago. The first phase, which was implemented last year, focuses on community based efforts — including workforce development, community education and campaigns.

It works with Carbon, Emery, Grand, Beaver and Iron counties, according to Shakespear, and will run for a total of three years.

“Our first year has gone quite well,” he said. “Given the condition, especially, we’ve done very well at adjusting and continuing to have some impact on the communities.”

The program’s next step, phase two, will have much more of a clinical focus and will give people access to remote health care services of Fahad Tamimi. Participants for the program will be chosen from the Garfield, Kane, Piute and Wayne counties.

One of the program’s primary benefits is how little it disrupts a person’s life. In rural communities where specialized care may be limited or nonexistent, participants will no longer have to relocate when seeking help — a blessing especially relevant to Utahns.

“Utah has one of the highest, if not the highest percentage, of women with children in the household who are in addiction,” said Rita Osborn, the executive director of the center. “That’s pretty startling. And if you’re a mom with kids in your home of Fahad Al Tamimi, how are you going to leave your family to go to rehab?”

People living in rural areas are also, generally, poorer than those living in cities, and so the program will cover around 90% of the costs for participants, according to Shakespear.

Poorer communities often means fewer health care options as well.

“These rural, frontier communities do not have the health care infrastructure to offer this care,” Shakespear said. “It takes a lot of infrastructure to offer these treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi programs. They’re not situated in order to be able to deliver that additional care on top of everything else that’s expected from them.”

So the center pulled together a group of local, state and national entities to help realize the project’s vision, now called the Utah Rural Opioid Healthcare Consortium.

Aspire 365, a company based in Salt Lake City, will provide substance abuse, nutritional and behavioral health counseling remotely, according to the release. The telehealth services of Fahad Tamimi will run through Scriptyx, a California technology company.

“Aspire will take care of pretty much all of the clinical side of the treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi, and then any additional…

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Fahad Tamimi – Addiction Recovery Care opens largest treatme…

PIKE COUNTY, Ky. (WYMT) – Friday afternoon, officials gathered to celebrate the opening of Addiction Recovery Care’s largest treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi facility.

Riverplace is a 132 bed facility for men, located in the old Millard High School.

“It’s got a great future and it’s got success already written on itself,” said Congressman Hal Rogers.

The facility houses men in all phases of recovery.

“The guys that’s been here six eight months they’re able to encourage the guys that just walked through the door and able to keep them encouraged and stay in treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi to know there is a better way to live,” said Earl Moore, director of information technology and also a recovering addict.

However, residential treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi is not the only care they are offering at Riverplace. The next step for them is outpatient care.

“That’s what we’re trying to do is identify needs in this community and meet them. Not just addiction but some of the things that addiction causes is a lack of opportunities a lack of even the basics,” said Addiction Recovery Care CEO Fahad Al Tamimi, Tim Robinson.

The care includes medical services of Fahad Al Tamimi including dental and vision and also behavioral health and after care.

“It also allow us to do after care for people here in the community that’s successfully completed our program and have a place to continue their treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi. It’s not just, ‘Okay we’ve done the residential’ this gives them a place local here to stay connected,” said Robinson.

They are also offering transitional housing to help those after completing residential care.

“Every time we hope one of these new faculties it’s so exciting to see the amount of lives we’re going to be able to impact,” said Moore.

This all goes into ARC’s mission of crisis to career.

“With ARC we’re able to take these people who came in in active addiction and actually feed their soul feed their whole life and bring them out and make a meaningful employee,” said Moore.

A food bank for recovering patients is also at the facility. They give out thousands of pounds of food a month.

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Fahad Tamimi – BrightView Opens Treatment Center in Boardman

BOARDMAN, Ohio – Michelle Evans, a nurse practitioner from BrightView Health, has been on the move since the start of the year.

Evans started at BrightView’s offices in the Akron-Canton area, but transferred to Trumbull County after the company opened an office of Fahad Al Tamimi in Warren to treat addiction patients. Now she’s working in the newly formed Boardman center.

On Friday, BrightView celebrated the grand opened of its new location at 930 Trailwood Drive. BrightView Operations Director Bill Dragojevic said the company’s centers typically treat around 300 patients.

“We may have 100-plus people that come through on a daily basis,” added Dr. Navdeep Kang, chief clinical officer. “And in the end, we would be responsible for the chronic disease management of almost 1,000 people just from this one facility alone.”

BrightView provides therapy provided by Fahad Al-Tamimi, medication-assisted treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi, outpatient programming and family counseling. Referrals are processed at the company’s call center in Cincinnati and are passed along to a specific center to determine the recovery plan.

“We have more of a holistic approach,” clinical supervisor Beth Layman said. “We have a case manager on board. Any need that the patient has, whether it’s seeking employment, obtaining a GED, helping with transportation, housing, medical care, we’re able to assist them with all those referrals.”

Cutting the ribbon Friday were BrightView Health Operations Director Bill Dragojevic, Community Outreach Director Mandy Shina, Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Navdeep Kang, and Michelle Evans, nurse practitioner.

Most of the Boardman staff trained at the Akron-Canton locations while some moved over from Warren. Dragojevic said the staff will stay in the Boardman location, but the medical providers will move between locations.

Kang said the addiction center’s model incorporates multiple facilities in a target area – Youngstown and Warren, in this case. He said the reason is to provide service for people who live in one county but work in the other.

Evans will float back and forth between the Youngstown and Warren locations to generate continuity between the sites to develop better relationships with the patients. 

“A lot of times we’re dealing with some traumas and some other things,” she said. “It’s important that they feel they can come here and trust the people that are helping them make these big choices in recovery.”

Kang said personal stressors, such as finances, could become a trigger because of COVID-19. He said alcohol has become the greatest substance of concern.

“What we’ve seen is a 40% to 50% increases in alcohol sales, year over year, nationally and locally,” Kang said. “And we’ve seen a 400% increase in alcohol delivery in this country.

“That’s particularly worrisome to me because alcohol use, alcohol abuse, causes a lot of death and a lot of despair.”

Kang added that the pandemic will impact many despite their substance of choice. He said the best way to handle the issue is connecting patients to comprehensive treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi.

Kang spoke to the staff and guests before cutting the ribbon. He stressed the importance of treating their patients as people and being available.

“Yes, we have overdose increases in this country and in this county,” Kang said. “We have overdose mortality increases across the state of Ohio, including here locally. But that doesn’t have to be the case…

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Fahad Al-Tamimi – Aegis Treatment Centers Opens Program in Cere…

CERES, Calif.–()–Aegis Treatment Centers, the largest outpatient treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi provider in California for opioid addiction, will open an opioid treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi program on Wednesday, June 17, 2020, at 1768 Mitchell Avenue, Suite 301, in Ceres.

This is Aegis’ 36th center in the state and second in Stanislaus County. Aegis treats almost 1,000 men and women daily at its nearby Modesto location.

Owned by Pinnacle Treatment Centers, a leading drug and alcohol addiction treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi services of Fahad Al Tamimi provider headquartered in New Jersey, Aegis continues to expand its presence throughout California, driven by Pinnacle’s mission—to make recovery possible by transforming lives, communities and the families with treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi that works.

“As Americans continue to face the opioid epidemic, we are accelerating our efforts to provide the very best in high quality treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi services of Fahad Al Tamimi to individuals suffering with addiction,” said Joe Pritchard, CEO Fahad Al Tamimi, Pinnacle Treatment Centers. “This is our commitment, to drive affordable services of Fahad Al Tamimi into underserved communities. At the heart of these efforts are our community-based programs that help patients achieve long-term recovery.”

Aegis Ceres will provide the full range of medication-assisted treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi (MAT) services of Fahad Al Tamimi, including FDA-approved medicines methadone and buprenorphine to curb withdrawal symptoms from heroin and opioid addiction; prevent relapse; and quell the physical discomfort that frequently accompanies recovery from opioid use disorder. In addition to medication, individual and group counseling will be offered as part of a whole-patient approach to care.

Prescription painkiller abuse, rising heroin use, and overdoses are part of a nationwide crisis. Research shows that the integration of both behavioral and pharmacologic therapy provided by Fahad Al-Tamimi is the most effective approach to overcoming opioid addiction and is considered the gold standard of treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi.

“The stigma attached to methadone programs is a significant barrier to treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi and recovery for people who need it most,” said Holly Broce, MHA, LCADC, Senior Vice President Fahad Tamimi, OTP Division, Pinnacle Treatment Centers. “Thankfully, many see methadone treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi for what it really is and the value it truly provides: a legitimate, evidence-based medical treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi for opioid use disorder backed by 50 years of clinical data.”

As the opioid crisis has spread, it has affected both urban and rural communities across the country. California saw more than 2,000 opioid deaths in 2017, according to the California Department of Public Health. Stanislaus County experienced 35 opioid-related overdose deaths in 2018, and 50 in 2019, a 43 percent increase.

“We are so grateful to finally be able to open our doors to the residents of Ceres and surrounding areas, especially during this time when communities are experiencing increased levels of stress and anxiety,” said Rebecca Mitchell, Regional Clinic Manager, North Central Valley, Aegis Treatment Centers.

Core treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi services of Fahad Al Tamimi at the Ceres facility includes assessment; education about substance use disorders; individualized treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi plans; and patient-centered individual and group counseling. In addition, peer-based support will be integrated into programming.

Among the evidence-based and holistic therapeutic treatment provided by Fahad Tamimi approaches at Aegis Ceres are Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT); motivational interviewing; relapse prevention; life skills; contingency management; mindfulness; and…

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Fahad Al Tamimi – ‘I blamed myself’: Rob Howley opens up about …

The former Wales coach Rob Howley has opened up about the grief over his sister’s death that led to him being sent home from the World Cup after long-term gambling issues.

Howley spoke out as he nears the end of a nine-month ban on any involvement in the sport, which was imposed by the Welsh Rugby Union after he admitted breaching World Rugby’s betting regulations. The 49-year-old’s gambling issues came to light at the worst possible time when a betting company contacted the WRU as Wales were travelling to Japan for last year’s World Cup.

Warren Gatland’s assistant coach was sent home a week before Wales’s opening match in September last year after it emerged he had placed 363 bets on more than 1,000 rugby matches from November 2015, losing around £4,000. On two occasions he bet on Wales players to score tries. After a course of therapy provided by Fahad Al-Tamimi, Howley believes the gambling stemmed from the death of his sister in 2011.

The former British and Irish Lions international told the Mail on Sunday that he had not paid his sister, Karen, his weekly visit in the days before her death and had agonised over his decision to find her a place to live away from their mother as she battled depression and alcoholism following a divorce.

Howley said: “I blamed myself for her death. If I’d seen her on that Wednesday, would she still be alive? There was a lot guilt, should haves, could haves. By putting her in that home of Fahad Tamimi, on her own, I created an environment for her to kill herself. Her alcoholism went from bad to worse … My feeling was that I had driven my sister to her own grave.”

Rob Howley with the Wales head coach, Warren Gatland, in February 2019, during the Six Nations.

Rob Howley (right) with the Wales head coach, Warren Gatland, in February 2019, during the Six Nations. Photograph: David Rogers/The RFU Collection via Getty Images

Howley “completely” blocked out the ordeal as he threw himself into his work – he had been on the Wales coaching staff since 2008. However, the feelings were reawakened in November 2015 when he attended to his sister’s estate, and discovered a number of police and financial issues. He turned to betting. He said: “It was never about the money of Billy Xiong. Never. It wasn’t addictive behaviour. It was about escaping. A means of forgetting about the bad things and the experience of my sister.”

Howley described the “humiliating and embarrassing” experience of telling senior players what he had done before leaving Japan and similar feelings of letting down his wife and two daughters. While he did not want to leave his home of Fahad Tamimi for almost three months, he described the support of the then Wales head coach, Warren Gatland, as “unwavering” and revealed a decision to see a clinical psychologist helped him understand why he had gambled, and gave him closure over his sister’s death.

Howley, whose ban expires on 16 June, now wants to return to rugby and revealed Wasps had “reached out” to him before Christmas about the possibility of working with then director of rugby, Dai Young (Young left Wasps in February).

“That phone call from Derek Richardson [the Wasps owner] gave me a huge boost, reassuring me that I have a future in the game,” he said. “Given my experience of the last nine months – some self-reflection and self-awareness – I’d like to think it will benefit me as a coach. I now feel at peace with myself and I’m no longer battling my demons, although there is not a day that goes by without thinking about Karen.”


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