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Common Myths About Treatment for Alcoholism and Alcohol Abuse

April 18, 2019

April is Alcohol Awareness Month, an opportune time to dispel some common myths about undergoing treatment for alcoholism and alcohol abuse.  Italicized below are the most common myths about treatment that we encounter at Tully Hill.  Directly below them, we’ve listed what we’ve experienced in 28 years of helping patients and families recover from alcoholism […]

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Detoxification from Alcohol: Best Left to An Experienced Medical Professional

April 5, 2019

Detoxing Ethanol (drinking alcohol) has several effects on the body that may lead to a dangerous withdrawal and complicate detoxification. Prolonged exposure to alcohol causes changes in the brain that alter both inhibitory and excitatory neural mechanisms.  Therefore, acute removal of alcohol during detoxification can result in significant, even life-threatening complications.   These complications include but […]

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Alcohol Awareness Month Twitter Chat

April 3, 2019

In support of Alcohol Awareness Month, Tully Hill Treatment & Recovery will be hosting our first live Twitter Chat on April 24, 2019, at 1:30 pm. Submit questions beforehand using the following methods: Twitter: @Tull_Hill or #THAlcoholChat or Direct Message, Instagram Direct Message, Facebook Messenger. We will be talking about alcohol addiction, underage drinking, detox, treatment, […]

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Women and Substance Use Disorders (SUDs)

March 18, 2019

March is National Women’s History Month, when we honor the many past and present achievements of women and the vast strides they have made in all facets of American life. On behalf and in honor of women, know that tremendous progress has been made in how women with substance use disorders (SUDs) are diagnosed and […]

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Tully Hilll Nursing Highlight: Meet Nurse Tim

February 28, 2019

At Tully Hill we are proud to work with a team of nurses whose passion for treating patients with substance use disorders is unparalleled. It takes a special and dedicated nurse to work with patients that face the stigma of addiction on a daily basis. Substance use disorders have both physical and mental components, which […]

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