Jim Beiting is chief executive officer of Transitions Inc., a drug and alcohol treatment organization based in Bellevue, Kentucky. We applaud the outstanding reporting by Dan Horn and Terry DeMio about the shocking lack of treatment for heroin addicts in our jails, (“Heroin is bad, We’re making it worse” June
Drug Treatment Agency Serves Three Counties From 21 Locations in Northern KY FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE / MAY 28, 2015 (Download PDF) Transitions Inc., a key organization in Northern Kentucky’s fight against drug and alcohol addiction, has appointed as its chief executive officer a long-time nonprofit leader who started his career
Recovery on the River – a BB Riverboat No Booze Crooze is just 2 Weeks away – June 13th from 11AM to 3 PM. Attached is information about the event. Please register soon because seating is limited. You can register online or send in the registration form. Call Transitions’ Main Office for
The Fourteenth Dalai Lama — the Tibetan Buddhist spiritual leader and best-selling author — has amazing quotes for recovery that are relevant no matter your religion or faith. His quotes on happiness, compassion, and dealing with tragedy have the power to transform your life, if you have the courage to
Narcan is a drug that can save the life of someone who overdoses on heroin. But as Angenette Levy reports, very few pharmacies stock it and that’s about to change. NORWOOD, Ohio (Angenette Levy) — Quinten is a recovering heroin addict who’s alive thanks to Naloxone, the heroin overdose antidote. He used heroin
Jay Armstrong, an Independence, Kentucky, resident, is a comedian who travels the country performing at comedy clubs, recovery events and even prisons. Everyone has their own idea or pet project as to how to deal with the heroin epidemic. Arrest dealers. Jail addicts. Give addicts therapy. Make overdose kits available.
We have a day for giving thanks. We have two for getting deals. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. On Tuesday, December 2, 2014, charities, families, businesses, community centers, and students around the world will come together for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to