Addiction Effects. Family Support Groups Addiction affects more than just the individual of the diagnosis- it leaves a lasting imprint on the family, friends, the community, and now the nation as this epidemic grows. As an individual develops recovery tools and life skills, a recovery support system is crucial and critical. This support system need a…Details
Experience Never Gets Old Yesterday we were sad to say “see you soon” to our three interns that have worked at TBR Greensboro for the past several months: Pictured Left to Right: Starr King, Maggie Lunsgaard, and Hayley Baker Each of these ladies were in school for a degree in Social Work and are graduating this month!…Details
Kristy Jackson reps Greensboro on NBC, the Voice Check out the article below featured in Greensboro News & Record: Click here for the link to the article “Vanessa Ferguson advanced into the Top 10 on “The Voice” elimination show on Tuesday night. Fans voted her through after her Monday night performance of Rihanna’s “Diamond.” She will perform…Details
Walk for Recovery- This community walk was in downtown Greensboro, Sunday April 30. This walk brought together a variety of treatment providers (Triad Behavioral Resources included). In addition, there were several walkers in long term recovery, as well as allies. Allies were referred to as friends and family members who want to show support, want to advocate, and…Details
Happy Admin Day to our administration team!
From left to right:
Erinn Oakley Project Manager, Rosemarie Palazzolo Practice Administrator, and Kristy Jackson Patient Coordinator
Another successful Solution Series hosted by Triad Behavioral Resources and New Vision Therapy, PLLC with the help of Greensboro AHEC, Addiction Professionals of North Carolina, Greensboro Police Department, High Point Police Department, Guilford County EMS, Caring Services, UNCG Spartan Collegiate Recovery Program, Nashville Police Department, the Hope Initiative and all who attended! We are thrilled…Details
A Discussion on the opioid epidemic continued: In addition to our very own Mat Sandifer; several others accompanied Governor Cooper on the panel including; Chief Kenneth Shultz High Point Police Department, Major Chuck Williamson Guilford County Sheriff’s Office, Victoria Whitt CEO of Sandhills Center, Mandy Cohen DHHS Secretary, Dr Melanie Belgian Medical Director of Guilford Emergency Management, Chase Holleman Program…Details
Mat Sandifer, representing Triad Behavioral Resources and New Vision Therapy joined Governor Roy Cooper and several other key leaders in the community in a panel discussion in High Point
Below is the article featured in High Point news:
Heroin crisis draws governor to High Point town hall
Wake Up Greensboro event held at Tate Street Coffee hosted by Guilford Naloxone Task Force!
The Task Force’s goal is to provide opioid users and their families opportunities to create positive changes in their lives through harm reduction services, advocacy, and education.
See our feature in the APNC Newsletter Article Link Thursday, December 8th, 2016 at College Park Baptist Church, adjacent to UNCG’s campus, 75 community members assembled to discuss action steps and solutions surrounding opioid addiction and recovery. Each of these attendants (public officials, community leaders, and tax payers) were in some way personally affected by…Details