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Can You Have Fun Without Drinking?

If you are trying to become sober, you may feel like you’re “missing out” by saying “no” to alcohol. There are many ways for you to still enjoy yourself, even without alcohol. Let’s discuss it!
Dec 7th, 2023

Victory Recovery Partners Hires Dawn Harris

Victory Recovery Partners announced that it has hired Ms. Dawn Harris to serve as Executive Director – Behavioral Health, responsible for the company’s flagship site at Farmingville, NY.
Feb 28th, 2020

Is Marijuana Addictive?

Currently, marijuana is fully legalized in 11 states. In 30 other states, it is either decriminalized, legal for medicinal use, or a combination of both. In fact, marijuana is only entirely illegal in just nine states, and the laws are changing every day.
Nov 27th, 2019

What Is Hepatitis C?

What Is Hepatitis C? Victory has diagnosed an above-average incidence of Hepatitis C among its substance use disorder patients. When properly diagnosed, this disease can be treated and cured. In fact, over the last year Victory has cured more than...
Nov 5th, 2019

Sublocade™ and Suboxone® Treatment Offer Hope

Every day, lives are being saved with medication-assisted treatment (MAT) for those who are ready to face their opioid addiction and begin the road to recovery. With opioid overdoses claiming an average of four lives every hour, every day...
Oct 28th, 2019

Victory Recovery Partners Hires New President

Victory Recovery Partners announced that it has hired Don McCabe to join the company as President and Chief Financial Officer, effective immediately. He will oversee all of Victory’s operations and report to the company’s Board.
Sep 20th, 2019

An Island in Crisis

(Farmingville, NY – December 17, 2018) With 2018 coming to an end, Victory Recovery Partners, Long Island’s newest specialized center for the recovery of opioid use disorder, located in Farmingville, tackles an island in crisis.
Jun 17th, 2019

Victory Recovery Partners Receives Oasas Certification

(Farmingville, NY – February 25, 2019) Victory Recovery Partners (VRP) announced today it has been designated by the New York Office of Addiction Services and Support (OASAS) as an OASAS Addiction Treatment Center.
Jun 17th, 2019

Fentanyl – Not Your Average Heroin

Fentanyl is a powerful synthetic opioid that is similar to morphine, but 50-to-100 times more potent. Like morphine, it is a medicine typically used to treat patients with severe pain, especially after surgery. However, fentanyl is also made illegally...
Mar 15th, 2019

Opioid Dependency | Taking the First Steps to Recovery

Recovery begins from within. It only requires a positive outlook and a belief in yourself. To successfully start recovery from substance use disorder, it’s essential to work with trained professionals who understand your struggle. We know it can be...
Jan 31st, 2019

The Consequences of Substance Use Disorder

Now that you understand the facts about today’s opioid crisis, it’s essential to explore the consequences of substance use disorder. In addition to taking tens of thousands of lives, addiction tears families apart, deprives individuals of...
Jan 31st, 2019

The Facts About Today’s Opioid Epidemic

The opioid overdose crisis in the United States has reached epidemic proportions. President Trump even went so far as to declare this a public health emergency in October of 2017. Individuals, businesses, and healthcare providers across...
Jan 31st, 2019

Stress and Its Relationship With the Immune System

It’s a fact: A weak immune system can lead to serious illness. But what many people don’t know is that one of the major factors which depletes the immune system is stress. Moreover, stress and physical illness are two major triggers for substance...
Dec 13th, 2018

Relapse Triggers and the Holiday Season

While the movies portray the holiday season as a festive time full of happiness and love, the reality for many is that the weight of anxiety, sadness, and depression can take hold and lead to relapses in substance use disorder during this time period.
Dec 13th, 2018