Registration is Open for 2015 Healing and Treating Trauma and Addictions Conference

Registration is now open for our 2015 fall conference! Historically, the Edgewood Foundation has partnered with Jack Hirose to put on a conference about healing and treating trauma, addictions and concurrent disorders. With amazing speakers like Don Meichenbaum, Stephen Grinstead and Margaret Wehrenberg, the conference has been an informative and expanding experience for over 2500 clinicians. This year, the […]

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A Day in the Life of Bellwood – Part One

Rise and Shine to Noon Day Break One of the most frequent questions people ask us is, “What will I be doing while I am at Bellwood?”  Considering that the frame of reference for residential addiction treatment programs for many people consists of movies and reality television shows, it is no wonder the average person […]

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NAATP Presents EHN with 2015 Quality Improvement Award

We are very proud to announce that the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers have presented us with James W. West, M.D. Quality Improvement Award. We join other prestigious and respected facilities such as the Betty Ford Center, The Hazelden Foundation and Foundations Recovery Network in receiving this award. This award recognizes addiction treatment centres […]

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The First Issue of Phoenix has Landed

  We are so excited to share the first issue of the Edgewood Health Network’s new national magazine with you! We are passionate about addiction treatment and recovery and we want to share our knowledge with our community. With Phoenix, it is our aim to bring you a publication that delves into all aspects of […]

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The Importance Of Aftercare In Recovery

For those suffering from addiction, the consequences can be devastating. People lose their jobs, damage their relationships with friends and family, and face financial hardship. It becomes cyclical; substance abuse creates these personal difficulties and in turn, they can cause stress and trigger the individual to use more frequently. In other words, abusing substances becomes […]

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