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Voices of recovery: Malvern Institute alumnus speaks out

Rachel Krauser Carpenter was raised in Malvern in “a nice Jewish family” with two siblings, a doctor father and a teacher mother. In Great Valley High School, she had friends, but “I always lived in a fantasy world. I was always looking to escape. I was looking to be anyone other than me....

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Inspring Hope For A Better Tomorrow

AT MALVERN INSTITUTE RECOVERY CENTERS, HELPING PATIENTS GET AND STAY SOBER ISN’T JUST A JOB – IT’S A PASSION. from the May 2017 issue of South Jersey Magazine  That passion is evident in the way Michael Shore, MD, treats each patient at Malvern’s outpatient facility in Cherry Hill with the ...

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Montgomery County Grand Jury Releases Recommendations to Decrease Drug Deaths

John Becker is a former decorated Hatboro cop who became addicted to painkillers and used his former position in law enforcement to commit crimes to fuel his addiction. The crimes committed by this 16-year police veteran ranged from stealing drugs, cash and guns from the police department’s eviden...

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Past hazing victim faults Penn State in Tim Piazza’s death

James Vivenzio wept when he read about the death of Pennsylvania State University fraternity pledge Tim Piazza. He also was appalled. “This was completely preventable,” said Vivenzio, 23, of Great Falls, Va., who sued Penn State in 2015 over his own hazing by a fraternity. “I provided Penn Sta...

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Commissioners OK letter on opioid addiction to attorney general

READING, Pa. – The Berks County commissioners on Thursday voted two to one in favor of sending a letter from the board, the Berks County district attorney and the Council on Chemical Abuse to Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro The letter urges Shapiro to pursue an investigation and, if...

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Christie compares today’s opioid epidemic to AIDS crisis in ’80s

ATLANTIC CITY — Addressing a conference of addiction treatment professionals Friday, Gov. Chris Christie said the state’s opioid addiction epidemic reminds him of another disease outbreak: the HIV and AIDS crisis in the 1980s. “There’s a lot of similarities,” he said. ...

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Editorial: Delivering a message in Eddystone

There is no arguing with the numbers. Not the ones released recently that show Delaware County as No. 1 in the state when it comes to saves with the overdose-reversing drug Naloxone. Across Pennsylvania, since passage of what is referred to as David’s Law in 2014, there have been approximately 3,0...

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Malvern Institute Recovery Center Makes Addiction Presentation to Bishops at the International Catholic Workshop in Dallas

March 8, 2017 — Plymouth Meeting, PA – The Malvern Institute was invited to be the sole presenter on addiction and the US opioid crisis at the 26th National Catholic Bioethics Center workshop, titled Healing Persons in a Wounded Culture, in Dallas, Texas in February of this year. Since 1980,...

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Voices of recovery: Malvern Institute alumnus speaks out

Rachel Krauser Carpenter was raised in Malvern in “a nice Jewish family” with two siblings, a doctor father and a teacher mother. In Great Valley High School, she had friends, but “I always lived in a fantasy world. I was always looking to escape. I was looking to be anyone other than me....

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