OTPG News Blog2022-06-17T12:01:07-04:00

Opioid Treatment Providers of Georgia News Blog

Opioid Treatment Providers of Georgia is an active community of treatment providers that regularly meet, train staff and keep our eyes focused on the highest levels of professionalism, accountability and transparency. We encourage you to read about what we’re doing to constantly raise the level of service and treatment available to those in need.

An Interview with Valentin Bonilla Jr.

Conference keynote speaker Valentin Bonilla Jr. By Brook A. Etherington | Alliance Recovery Center | Decatur, Conyers & Athens, GA. Valentin Bonilla Jr. is a Physician Assistant and a veteran of the medication-assisted treatment (MAT) field with over 40 years of experience. Mr. Bonilla is our keynote speaker at this year’s conference at Lake Lanier [...]

Words of Encouragement

Words of Encouragement By Jerry Scott | Reliance Treatment Center of Statesboro He sat across the desk from me with the same grin that he always had on his face as he came to see me for his weekly counseling sessions. Several of my patients seemed to dread the day that they were flagged to [...]

OTPG Helps Pass Legislation at the Capitol

OTPG Helps Pass Legislation at the Capitol A summary of our recent involvement in the 2015-2016 Georgia legislative session. Please feel free to contact our executive board with any questions you might have about our involvement at the Capitol. The Opioid Treatment Providers of Georgia began working with a lobbyist early in February of this year after [...]

Two’s Company, Three’s Even Better

Why It’s Important for Couples and Families to Enroll in Treatment Together We know that addiction is a “biopsychosocial” disorder. That is, it has three very different parts or components that all must be addressed if a treatment approach is to give an individual the best shot at achieving recovery. It also means it’s a [...]

AATOD Update: What You Need To Know

AATOD Update: What You Need To Know I hope this newsletter finds everyone enjoying the new year. My dad used to tell me that the years go faster as you get older; if the speed at which this year flew by is any indicator, he was right! There has been so much that has happened [...]

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