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In The News

The Coleman Institute’s Opioid and Alcohol Detox Treatments are Now Covered by Anthem Virginia

Anthem approved logo for TCI use 70918 250The Coleman Institute, a BayMark Health Services Company, is pleased to announce the acceptance of Anthem Virginia commercial insurance plans for withdrawal management services at the Richmond, VA location. Covered individuals can now participate in both the uniquely comfortable outpatient withdrawal management protocol, also known as detoxification, as well as longer term naltrexone therapy for the treatment of opioid and alcohol use disorders. 

Dr. Peter Coleman Voted Top Addiction Doc

DR. COLEMAN photo 150The Coleman Institute, a BayMark Health Services Company, is honored to have National Medical Director and company founder Dr. Peter Coleman voted a Top Addiction Medicine Doc for 2018 in Richmond, VA. Richmond Magazine included the category of Addiction Medicine for the first time in 2014. Every year since then, Dr. Coleman has been included among the top 5 physicians, indicating his continued level of excellence in the field.

Emotionally Naked Interviews Dr. Peter Coleman – Part Two

Ann Moss Rogers of Emotionally Naked interviews Dr. Peter Coleman to learn more about the Coleman Institute and Addiction. 

 
Watch part two of the interview between Ann Moss Rogers and Dr. Peter Coleman to learn more about Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), in addition to more information on Benzodiazepine and Alcohol addiction. 
 

Emotionally Naked Interviews Dr. Peter Coleman – Part One

Ann Moss Rogers of Emotionally Naked interviews Dr. Peter Coleman to learn more about the Coleman Institute and opioid addiction. The Coleman Institute believes it is important for families to be well educated on the treatment options that are available so they can help their loved ones find the road to recovery.

 
Watch part one of the interview between Ann Moss Rogers and Dr. Peter Coleman to learn more about opioid addiction, the Coleman Institute’s detox program and the best approach to take as a family member of a loved one who is addicted to opioids.
 

Gaming and fentanyl: How one addiction may feed into the other

Drug NeedleIf you’ve ever undergone surgery and had anesthesia, chances are you might have taken fentanyl — a narcotic analgesic that when combined with a sleep agent, helps your body survive the trauma of being opened up. But fentanyl has a deadly side. It’s largely considered the worst of the worst of addictive opioids that are part of a crisis that’s killing Americans nationwide. Read The Southside Daily Article Here.