Emily Davidoff overdosed on heroin 26 times before ending up in rehab in July of 2015. “I was trying to kill myself,” the 24-year-old, now 10 months sober, tells PEOPLE.
A heroin epidemic is gripping our nation, indiscriminately destroying lives in big cities and small towns alike. No community is immune from the devastating impact addiction has on suffering individuals and their families…
AUGUSTA, Ga., Feb. 18, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — RiverMend Health is pleased to announce that Bluff, a comprehensive residential addiction recovery program located in Augusta, Georgia…
Featured in the Augusta Chronicle: Bluff Equine Therapy Program Offers Innovative Approach To Addiction Treatment
We’re excited to see Bluff’s innovative Equine Therapy Program for AddictionTreatment featured in the Augusta Chronicle!
Join Bluff Medical Director, Dr. William Jacobs, and Rivermend Health Scientific Advisory Boards Chairman, Dr. Mark Gold, for a powerful DEA Museum Lecture on Opiate Misuse, Overdose, and Addiction!
Next year marks 60 years since the American Medical Association declared alcoholism a disease. Yet the stigma associated with addiction has persisted in the general community as well as the health care system.
ATLANTA and WASHINGTON, Sept. 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. William Jacobs — Medical Director of Georgia’s Bluff addiction treatment center and Chief of Addiction Medicine at Medical College of Georgia (MCG) …
Recently, our very own Dr. Jacobs outlined five major signs of alcohol abuse or dependence for a story in U.S. News.
Bluff achieves Georgia’s first-ever partnership of accredited medical school with addiction treatment center. Bluff, a 175-acre luxury residential addiction treatment facility, recently welcomed its first patients – and physician leaders.
Georgia’s 178-Acre Bluff Offers Comprehensive Inpatient Addiction Treatment and Rehabilitation In Luxury Setting
Today’s opening of the premier inpatient addiction facility on the East Coast, The Bluff marks a unique new partnership for alcohol and drug rehabilitation treatment as a progressive, chronic, relapsing and potentially fatal disease.