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The COVID-19 Pandemic: A National Relapse Trigger

Over 20 million Americans have a substance use disorder (SUD). A July 2020 study showed a 32 percent increase in non-prescription fentanyl use. This took place between March and May. This report also showed a 20 percent increase in methamphetamine and a

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Help is Available During the COVID-19 Crisis

CEO Bill Bailey provided an interview for CW39 Houston regarding substance use disorders and recovery. Read the story below: During these uncertain times it can be especially difficult for those recovering from or battling an addiction. That’s why the Cenikor

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New Youth Recovery Community Center

Cenikor San Marcos hosted a ribbon-cutting on Thursday, January 30, to commemorate the grand opening of our new youth recovery community center! A proclamation was made by special guest Senator Judith Zaffirini, PhD. We are excited about this advancement in

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New Access Center Opens in Killeen

Cenikor Foundation opened a new call center as part of its focus on making recovery more widely available. The Access Center will provide information and support admissions to those seeking treatment for substance use disorder. Vice President Amy Granberry spoke

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For addicts, it’s never too late

The Advocate responds to a newspaper editorial from Cenikor President and CEO, Bill Bailey. James Victorian, proud Cenikor graduate shares his own story of overcoming addiction. “Today, I’m strong in areas where I was weak, and I’ve finally learned to

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Grand Opening of Cenikor Amarillo

Cenikor Foundation introduces full continuum of care to Amarillo area   Cenikor Foundation hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Tuesday, November 12 for their grand opening of its treatment facility at 1001 Wallace Blvd, Amarillo, TX 79106 (formerly ARAD – Amarillo

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Cenikor Tyler Names Community Partner of the Year

Students in Tyler Junior College’s Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA) program were recognized for projects that have improved the lives of their clients at events in Tyler and Austin on Friday. The Cenikor Foundation named the TJC OTA program as its

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The Opioid Crisis And The Door To Recovery

By Bill Bailey OxyContin was a safer form of narcotic painkiller when it was introduced in 1996. Its time-release properties meant patients wouldn’t need to take as often of a dose. It was a sensible and reliable choice for both

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The Road to Rehabilitation

Kimberly Reaves’ path led her to Cenikor; today, she helps others along that same path. “It’s been said to me I didn’t have a chance.” Kimberly Reaves recalls people doubting she’d maintain her sobriety. She recalls the depths of disappointment

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