Putting the Science in Addiction Care

March 2015
Psychology Today;Mar/Apr2015, Vol. 48 Issue 2, p14
An interview with founder and chief of the addiction medicine program Dr. William Jacobs of the Medical College of Georgia is presented. Topics covered include Dr. Jacobs' affiliation with the luxury inpatient addition facility Bluff Plantation, the addiction epidemic in Georgia, and the different attributes of the chronic-care model. It also discusses Dr. Jacobs' approach to addiction treatment, addiction recovery, and the importance of continuing care in treating addiction.


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