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Local Addiction Professional Named Chairman of Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

Local Addiction Professional Named Chairman of Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition

By on Feb 13, 2017 in Recent News

Victory’s Doug MacDiarmid Tapped as Coalition Chairman for 2017 At its January meeting, The Knowledge Effect nominated and elected Doug MacDiarmid as coalition Chairman for 2017. MacDiarmid, who serves as the coalition’s media relations member, joined the coalition representing Victory Addiction Recovery Center (Victory) in 2014. MacDiarmid is Victory’s Business...

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VARC Announces Recognition by the LA State Board of Nursing

VARC Announces Recognition by the LA State Board of Nursing

By on Nov 4, 2016 in Recent News

Victory Addiction Recovery Center Recognized by Louisiana State Board of Nursing LAFAYETTE, LA (PRWEB) NOVEMBER 04, 2016 Victory Addiction Recovery Center (Victory) announces recognition of its Professionals Program by the Louisiana State Board of Nursing (LSBN). The LSBN has recently added Victory to their select list of approved substance abuse treatment providers...

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13 Local Deaths Reported From Drug Stronger Than Heroin

By on Aug 8, 2016 in Recent News

Victory Addiction Recovery Center’s Clinical Director, Kerri Cunningham, is interviewed by local Lafayette news station about the increase in Fentanyl addiction and overdose rates in the Lafayette, Louisiana area. Source: http://www.theadvertiser.com/story/ news/crime/2016/08/05/fentanyl-related-overdoses-spike-lafayette-parish/88292406/ Police in Lafayette...

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VARC’s Clinical Director, Kerri Cunningham, Interviewed by Cajun First about the Fentanyl Drug Rise in Lafayette

By on Aug 8, 2016 in Recent News

Source: http://www.cajunfirst.com/news/local-news/fentanyl-drug-rise-in-lafayette One prescription pain med is causing major issues here in the Hub City. So much that law enforcement called for an emergency press conference today to address the issue. “I have 8, 8 overdoses in the city of Lafayette this year only. And as you think about it, 8 is a lot.”...

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