Patrick Seche, M.S., CASAC/Director, Strong Recovery/Addiction Psychiatry Division
Substance Use Disorder is a disease that usually starts at a very young age and is at the top of the list of healthcare problems in America. It impacts millions of households with most families reporting having at least one family member actively using/abusing substances or being in recovery from a substance use disorder. The first steps to addressing a substance use disorder are to provide a better understanding of how it starts, identify the signs and symptoms, and knowledge of the available treatment options. Being informed helps reduce the stigma associated with this disease and removes barriers to treatment and recovery.
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Tuesday, May 7 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Strong Memorial Hospital, 2-6408
601 Elmwood Avenue Rochester, NY 14642