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Plant a Memorial Tree for Those Lost to Drugs West Virginia WV

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Rooting for Recovery Plants Trees in Memory of Those Lost to Drug Overdoses Serving West Virginia, WV

Rooting for Recovery Plants Trees in Memory of Those Lost to Drug OverdosesWest Virginia

Rooting for Recovery Plants Trees in Memory of Those Lost to Drug Overdoses Serving West Virginia

The Rooting for Recovery’s mission is to plant trees across America in honor of those who lost their battle to drugs. Planting a tree is a living tribute to honor that special someone by planting a tree in your community to express feelings and share with others. As a community, we need to flip the discrimination of the criminal justice approach to substance use towards a proven public health solution. We are dedicated to drug proofing communities with the FLIP approach.

Portugal has successfully and effectively flipped addiction from the criminal justice system to the healthcare system. This method has been proven in Portugal and in Dayton, Ohio and we would like to help get this type of program implemented Nationally. We need to simply decide that we are NOT going to punish our people for having a potentially fatal disease. We can and must advocate to remove all obstacles for our cherished loved ones to recover from drug addiction.

Rooting for Recovery Drug Epidemic AwarenessWest Virginia

Rooting for Recovery Drug Epidemic Awareness Serving West Virginia

Drug use and overdose continues to impact our communities across the United States. Drug overdose deaths continue to rise and therefore we need to come together and educate families and friends, as well as get our law enforcement agencies educated on reversing the effects of an opioid overdose. If you know anyone taking these harmful substances or stimulants, get them to a recovery rehab treatment program before it is too late!

  • Fentanyl
  • Heroin
  • Hydrocodone
  • Hydromorphone
  • Marijuana
  • Meth
  • Methadone
  • Meth Amphetamine
  • Oxycodone
  • OxyContin
  • Tapentadol

Treatment Not Jail – Alternatives to IncarcerationWest Virginia

Treatment Not Jail – Alternatives to Incarceration Serving West Virginia, WV

We all recognize that law enforcement has a front row seat to stop the opioid epidemic and are in a unique position to prevent drug overdose deaths through recovery treatments. The Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative (PAARI) provides training, strategic guidance, support, and resources to help law enforcement agencies nationwide create pathways to treatment, not jail. They have customized programs based on each community and can utilize multiple law enforcement entry points to recovery treatments. Some treatments involve medications that can be used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, which have contributed to lowering overdose deaths. Let’s all work together, rooting for recovery in educating patients, caregivers, and the community about the benefits of having these medications readily available to more people. Reach out and find more information about these recovery and treatment medications:

  • Naloxone, (also known as Narcan) is designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose.
  • Naltrexone, is used to prevent people who have been addicted to certain drugs (opiates) from taking them again.
  • Suboxone, is used as part of a medical, social and psychological treatment program for patient’s dependent on opioids like heroin, morphine, oxycodone or codeine.
  • Vivitrol, is a monthly injection that contains naltrexone (an opioid antagonist) which is injected intramuscularly into the buttocks. Naltrexone helps reduce opioid and alcohol cravings.

Rooting for Recovery Addiction EducationWest Virginia

Rooting for Recovery Addiction Education Serving West Virginia, WV

We all recognize that law enforcement has a front row seat to stop the opioid epidemic and are in a unique position to prevent drug overdose deaths through recovery treatments. The Police Assisted Addiction & Recovery Initiative (PAARI) provides training, strategic guidance, support, and resources to help law enforcement agencies nationwide create pathways to treatment, not jail. They have customized programs based on each community and can utilize multiple law enforcement entry points to recovery treatments. Some treatments involve medications that can be used to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, which have contributed to lowering overdose deaths. Let’s all work together, rooting for recovery in educating patients, caregivers, and the community about the benefits of having these medications readily available to more people. Reach out and find more information about these recovery and treatment medications:

  • NA
  • Narcotics Anonymous
  • Naranon
  • McShin foundation
  • Morris County Municipal Alliances
  • Municipal Alliances

Rooting for Recovery Alcoholism EducationWest Virginia

Rooting for Recovery Alcoholism Education Serving West Virginia

Alcoholism is a disease, and the individual becomes addicted to the consumption of alcoholic liquor or the mental illness and compulsive behavior resulting from alcohol dependency. Alcohol abuse and alcoholism can destroy a marriage or drive a wedge between family members. Those who drink can deplete their family budget, cause fights, ignore children, and otherwise impair the health and happiness of the people they love. Here is a listing of recovery rehab programs for those you know with an alcohol addiction disease:

  • AA
  • Alanon
  • Alcohol Anonymous
  • McShin foundation
  • Morris County Municipal Alliances
  • Municipal Alliances

Grieving Caregivers, Family, and Friends Support GroupsWest Virginia

Grieving Caregivers, Family, and Friends Support Groups Serving West Virginia

No one could ever understand the pain and suffering family and friends endure after losing someone from an overdose death. The Rooting for Recovery team has been reaching out to communities across America to raise public awareness on drug prevention and drug treatments. They are asking that all communities implement the Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiative (PAARI); plant, donate, or register a memorial tree in your town or county in honor of someone who lost their battle to drugs; share prevention information about fentanyl poisoning, fake pills, addictive opioids like oxycontin, and information on overdose deaths in your town or county; place student assistance counselors in the schools and community (http://asapnj.org); start a municipal alliance (community coalition with leaders, police and parents) and fund the grass roots with drug fine money for school and community prevention programs (https://www.gcada.nj.gov).

Our network of grieving moms, dads, caregivers, family, and friends have volunteered to make a difference through their communities and other communities by reaching out to others who are grieving as well. We encourage planting trees in all communities in honor of those special to you. Planting trees across America in honor of Loved ones can be found on https://rootingforrecovery.net/ Website. These organizations can help those who are grieving or those who want to join the fight against drugs in their community:

  • Dayton Recovers
  • DEWAA
  • Dr. Joao Goulao
  • Drug Assemblies
  • Drug Epidemic Walk Across America
  • Empty Chair
  • Silent Screams Song
  • FDA
  • Harvard Medical School
  • Hope One
  • Johann Hari
  • Mcshin foundation
  • Morris County Municipal Alliances
  • Municipal Alliances
  • Norway to Decriminalize Personal Drug Use in ‘Historic’ Shift
  • Oregon Resoultion 110
  • Overdose Awareness Day
  • Police Assisted Addiction Recovery Initiatives (PAARI)
  • Porto Police Chief Interview
  • Purdue Watchdogs
  • Purple Chair
  • Rhode Island Drug Policy
  • Ryan Hampton
  • Senator Anthony Bucco
  • Sheriff James Gannon
  • Teen Pride
  • The March To Purdue Pharma
  • The Pharmacist Netflix Series

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ROOTING FOR RECOVERY PLANTS TREES IN MEMORY OF THOSE LOST TO DRUG OVERDOSES

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Q: How can we spread drug awareness in our community?

A: Visit our website page: https://rootingforrecovery.net/contact/

Q: How can we dedicate a tree in honor of our loved one?

A: Visit our website and reach out to our board members: https://rootingforrecovery.net/

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Fun Fact of West Virginia

  • Capital: Charleston
  • Year Founded: 1863
  • Major Cities: Charleston, Huntington, Parkersburg, Morgantown, Wheeling
  • Borders: Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Maryland
  • Gross Domestic Product (GDP) Millions USD: $69,380
  • Population: 1,808,344
  • Land Area (Sq Miles): 24,181
  • High Point (Feet): 4,863
  • Other Facts: "Key Industries: Coal mining, logging, natural gas, tourism, chemicals, and biotechnology. How West Virginia got its name: The name Virginia comes from Queen Elizabeth I who was called the Virgin Queen. It took the name West Virginia when it split from the state of Virginia during the Civil War. West Virginia State Symbols: State Nickname: Mountain State; State Slogan: Open for Business; (formerly) Wild and Wonderful; also on its license plate as Wild, Wonderful; (formerly) Almost Heaven; State Motto: Montani semper liberi (Mountaineers are always free); State flower: Rhododendron; State Bird: Cardinal; State Fish: Brook Trout; State Tree: Sugar Maple; State Mammal: Black bear; State Foods: ….. ; Becoming a State: Date Admitted: Saturday, June 20, 1863; Number Admitted: 35; Prior Name: Virginia; Postal Abbreviation: WV. The Geography of West Virginia: Total Size: 24,078 sq. miles (source: 2003 Census); Geographical Low Point: Potomac River at 240 feet, located in the county/subdivision of Jefferson (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Geographical High Point: Spruce Knob at 4,863 feet, located in the county/subdivision of Pendleton (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Central Point: Located in Braxton County approx. 4 miles east of Sutton (source: U.S. Geological Survey); Counties: 55 (source: National Association of Counties); Bodies of Water: Potomac River, Ohio River, Kanawha River, Monongahela River, Tygart Lake, Bluestone Lake, Summersville Lake, Sutton Lake. Famous People: Pearl S. Buck - Author of The Good Earth.; Steve Harvey - Actor and talk show host; Devil Anse Hatfield - Leader of the Hatfield family; Stonewall Jackson - Civil War general; Joseph Johnston - Civil War general; Don Knotts- Comedian and actor; John F. Nash – Mathematician; Brad Paisley - Country singer and songwriter; Mary Lou Retton - Olympic gold medalist in gymnastics; Nick Saban - College football coach; Jerry West - Professional basketball player and executive; Chuck Yeager - Test pilot was the first to exceed the sound barrier. More Fun Facts: Some people say West Virginia is the northernmost southern state, others say it's the southernmost northern state.; Harpers Ferry changed hands a dozen times during the Civil War.; The New River is one of the few rivers in the world that flows south to north.; At 1,815 feet long, the New River Gorge Bridge is the longest steel-arch bridge in the United States.; West Virginia split from Virginia during the Civil War. West Virginia wanted to stay in the Union, while Virginia wanted to become part of the Confederacy.; Much of West Virginia is mountains, hence the name the Mountain State. Much of the state, 75%, is also covered in forest.; When the state split from Virginia, delegates voted on a new name from Kanawha, Allegheny, and West Virginia.; West Virginia has one of the lowest crime rates in the country.; Coal mining is still a major industry in the state.; Professional Sports Teams: There are no major Professional Sports Teams in West Virginia." Citation: Nelson, Ken. "United States Geography for Kids: West Virginia ." Ducksters, Technological Solutions, Inc. (TSI), https://www.ducksters.com/geography/state.php?State=West Virginia
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