Cost of Treatment vs. Cost of Addiction


Many people say that treatment for addiction is inaccessible or too expensive. Well what is the cost of addiction? What do tax payers contribute to keep someone in jail? How do we address the 600 billion dollar check our Nation … Continue reading

Recent Poll Reveals Powdered Alcohol Concerns Amongst 90% of Americans

Concerns regarding Powdered Alcohol, or “Palcohol,” continue to rise as it is readily available online. Many states have already banned the powdered version of alcohol and a new University of Michigan C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital National Poll on Children’s Health … Continue reading

Lawmakers Concerned About Palcohol


Powdered Alcohol, or “Palcohol,” was came on the market in 2014 and controversy has followed it ever since. Discussions around the potential for overdoses, risks of snorting alcohol, and teen use have been common place since its introduction. ABC13 investigates … Continue reading

Overdoses From Spice Products Continue

Spice Product

Throughout the country Synthetic Marijuana, also known as Spice, overdoses have been on the rise. My Fox DC reports on 4 more overdoses that have taken place right in the Maryland area. Read more about these overdoses at the link … Continue reading

Have you heard of the new drug “Flakka?”

Flakka Drug

CBS News reports on the new drug Flakka, which has been had a growing number of cases where bizarre and dangerous behavior is being documented. To learn more about this drug and the dangers associated with it, please use the … Continue reading

Maternal Pot Use Under Microscope in Colorado

Colorado lawmakers struggling to make sense of incomplete scientific evidence about marijuana use by pregnant and nursing women have scrapped a bill to add warnings in pot shops about maternal marijuana use. Click here to read more.

10 myths about psychology, debunked

How much of what you think about your brain is actually wrong? Ben Ambridge walks through 10 popular ideas about psychology that have been proven wrong — and uncovers a few surprising truths about how our brains really work. Click … Continue reading

Where to Draw the Line on Mind-Altering Substances?

Mouthwash and Sudafed, non-alcoholic beer and caffeine. What’s cool for recovering addicts and alcoholics to eat, drink and take—and what’s not? Click here to read more.

New Hire and Promotion

BTG is excited to announce both a new hire and a promotion. Lauren Howerdd has been hired as the Director of Quality Assurance and Program Development. Lauren’s first day was January 19th. Lauren was previously in residential treatment for 14 … Continue reading

New Brochure Redesign

We are excited to announce the redesign of our new brochure! We worked with the team at Web Strategies to create an updated and professionally organized brochure to represent our facility. Our print presence has been a crucial aspect for … Continue reading