On many occasions, our clients will benefit from living arrangements that minimize exposure to the people, places and things that may trigger a relapse into addiction. Livengrin provides our clients with a very strong foundation for recovery through our inpatient treatment programs. We offer a safe and protected environment during the first few weeks of this type of treatment. But what about beyond those first 28 days? Often we suggest an intensive outpatient program or a more lenient […]
The news can sound dire. Opioid addiction is ruining families and taking lives at an ever increasing rate. In this roundtable discussion, Dr. Gottlieb brings together Livengrin Board member Bruce Murray and wife Ginny, a clinician, researcher, family members and individuals in recovery to go beyond the headlines and look at what is working to bring addicts into treatment.
Action News covers the 2016 Ride for Recovery, an annual motorcycle run and family picnic that raises funds to benefit our patient care programs and enhance public awareness for recovery from addiction.
Livengrin is pleased to announce the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP) as its newest clinical training partner. With this new partnership, Livengrin will be participating in a ground-breaking program in clinical training for Advanced Practice Registered Nurses (APRNs), who will be learning how to provide the highest quality care for patients struggling with addiction.
Last month, for the second time in 18 months, former Eagles quarterback Donovan McNabb was arrested in Arizona for driving under the influence. According to police investigators, McNabb was caught driving with a blood-alcohol concentration of 0.171 percent, twice the legal limit. In a video of his arrest, McNabb contends he was on cold medication.
Three retired first responders who now work with communities struck by tragedy visited Arlington, Oso and Darrington to share advice with people affected by last year's deadly Oso mudslide.
The June 15 issue of Time Magazine features a cover story highlighting a problem addressed and combatted by Livengrin Foundation for many years.
The Ride for Recovery is an annual motorcycle poker run and family picnic which raises awareness and funds to provide treatment to those in need.
Two decades later, Andy Callaghan, a 25-year veteran police sergeant, still can't forget the sound of the bullet whizzing by his ear.
On Friday, October 14, Bruce and Ginny Murray of Livengrin’s Alex Murray Intensive Care (AMICare) Program were honored as Outstanding Fundraising Volunteers for 2014 by the Association of Fundraising Professionals-Greater Philadelphia Chapter.