New Jersey : Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno Tours Center for Network Therapy in Middlesex

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New Jersey’s Lieutenant Governor, Kim Guadagno, visited CNT to learn more about detoxing individuals from alcohol, benzodiazepines and opiates in an Ambulatory (Outpatient) setting. She met with addiction expert, Dr. Indra Cidambi, and patients to learn about the efficacy of the program.

http://nj.gov/governor/media/photos/2016/current.shtml

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Recovery @ CNT: Kevin’s Story of Opiate Detoxification

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By 2015, Kevin had sunk into an abyss from which he feared he’d never emerge. Despondent over his mother’s death from cancer, the 27-year-old Middlesex County resident and project manager began abusing 30mg tablets of oxycodone – an opiate also known as “blues” or “roxy” on the street – to deal with his stress, anxiety and depression.

“I started doing a few per week but eventually progressed to 8 per day,” said Kevin of what ...

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Recovery @ CNT: Brian’s Story of Addiction Treatment

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Brian’s childhood was no different from a million other kids – he grew up in a quiet suburban town; he played soccer in the fall, basketball in the winter and baseball in the spring. In his teenage years, he found he had a talent for music and became adept at the guitar, the bass and the piano.

He first tried alcohol at 13 from a friend’s parent’s minibar. After avoiding pot for a while, he did try ...

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Lansing State Journal : Dr. Cidambi’s advice on how to cutback from excessive alcohol consumption

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A newspaper from Lansing, Michigan leverages Dr. Cidambi’s deep expertise in drug and alcohol addiction to help their readers identify if they are drinking excessively and offr ways to cutback.

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Pizza Today Magazine : What’s your employee sobriety responsibility?

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Dr. Indra Cidambi, medical director/founder of the Center for Network Therapy, a Middlesex, New Jersey, outpatient drug program, says the food service industry has among the highest rate of illicit drug use. A factor is the stressful nature of the job, which can encourage self-medicating/drug abuse, says Cidambi.

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Star Tribune.com : Abuse of the Good Grade Pill

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The Oklahoman : You’re drinking (alcohol) too much. How to cut back

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Leading regional newspapers around the country seek out CNT’s Medical Director for expert opinions on topics related to drug and alcohol abuse, as she is one of the country’s leading experts in addiction medicine. In this article she talks about moderate and excessive alcohol use.

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Times Colonist : Is it time to cutback on your drinking (alcohol)?

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This British Columbia (Canada) newspaper reached out to Dr. Cidambi seeking her expert opinion on drug and alcohol use. CNT’s Medical Director, Dr. Cidambi, has been widely recognized as America’s leading expert in treating individuals suffering from drug or alcohol addiction.

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RALLY Health : Six Signs of Painkiller Problem, and How to Help

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CNT’s Medical Director and leading chemical dependency expert, Indra Cidambi, M.D., helps individuals spot signs of painkiller addiction in a loved one. Fifteen million Americans misuse or abuse prescription painkillers every year almost 4 in 10 people surveyed said they knew someone who was affected by it.

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MyCentralJersey.com : Detox center seeks to break the cycle of substance abuse

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Central Jersey’s premier news website, MyCentralJersey.com, recognizes the efficacy of CNT’s Ambulatory (outpatient) Detox model and writes about the effectiveness of treating individuals for alcohol withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawal and opiate withdrawal.

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Home News Tribune : Middle-sex based detox center seeks to break the cycle of substance abuse

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Central Jersey’s premier newspaper, Home News Tribune, recognizes the efficacy of CNT’s Ambulatory (outpatient) Detox model and writes about the effectiveness of detoxing individuals from alcohol, benzodiazepines and opiates.

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The Courier News : Breaking the cycle

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Central Jersey’s premier newspaper, Courier News, recognizes the efficacy of CNT’s Ambulatory (outpatient) Detox model and writes about the effectiveness of treating individuals for alcohol withdrawal, benzodiazepine withdrawal and opiate withdrawal.

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