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Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, who had battled cancer for more than a decade, was the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court and the first to become a pop culture icon. She was 87.

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The death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday immediately jolted the presidential race, putting President Donald Trump in position to make a third appointment to the Supreme Court.

The death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on Friday has cast an immediate spotlight on the vacancy on the high court, with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell vowing to bring President Donald Trump’s nominee to a vote with just over six weeks before the election

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San Diego Unified School District says enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year is below projection by about 2,470 students

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Wildland firefighters say the troops will significantly aid firefighting efforts against the 250,000-acre blaze

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President Donald Trump is stepping up his rhetoric on cultural issues, aiming to boost enthusiasm among rural Wisconsin voters

President Donald Trump is calling Michigan’s top election official a “Democrat Trump Hater” after the state mistakenly created overseas absentee ballots that didn’t list Vice President Mike Pence

First lady Melania Trump has used her first solo public trip outside Washington since before the start of the coronavirus pandemic to showcase a piece of her “Be Best” youth well-being initiative in a state her husband is hoping to win in November

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Recovery Delivered Can Now Accept AHCCCS/Medicaid for Services

Recovery Delivered is now able to provide services to Arizona under AHCCCS/Medicaid. Recovery delivered provides medication-assisted treatment through telemedicine and medication delivery. Access online sobriety programs through their website. Learn more about Recovery Delivered at recoverydelivered.com.

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New York, New York, June 29, 2020- Recovery Delivered Can Now Accept AHCCCS/Medicaid for Services in Arizona.

Recovery Delivered, the New York-based online suboxone provider, offers services to most states across the U.S. They are now able to accept AHCCCS for Suboxone, online meetings with their doctors, and at-home drug tests. The Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) is the state agency that oversees the Medicaid program in Arizona.

The rise in opioid-related deaths in the area since 2015 caused Arizona to be one of the first states that Recovery Delivered was launched in.

“We also have direct ties to Arizona as one of our founders is from Tempe,” says a spokesperson for Recovery Delivered. “He wanted our work to provide care to everyone who was struggling to get Suboxone as a part of their recovery in the state.”

Recovery Delivered has several Arizona Suboxone doctors that simplify the process for those who are ready to take back their lives. Recovery Delivered focuses on evidence-based treatments such as medication-assisted treatment (MAT) to provide addiction recovery online.

There are different phases of Medication-Assisted Treatment that the clients must go through to be a part of the program. The medical evaluation, the at-home opioid detox, the weekly follow-up, and then medication delivery. It is all a part of the process.

“Our mission is to provide Medication-Assisted Treatment to mas many people in both major cities and rural communities as possible,” says a spokesperson for Recovery Delivered. “We are so invested in this mission that we built an entire online platform to remove the barriers to recovery success for our clients.”

While it may difficult to have transportation back and forth to appointments and clinics, the internet is more readily available to more people. Recovery Delivered was created with that in mind. It is able to reach more people.

In addition to the Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT), Recovery Delivered offers one-on-one addiction counseling and addiction intervention services.

The online programs available to help you maintain sobriety are:

  • online group addiction therapy
  • online 12-step program
  • online Christian addiction rehab
  • at-home opioid detox
  • outpatient addiction treatment online

Recovery Delivered will accept almost every insurance policy to get you the help that you need. Because their services are based online, it doesn’t matter where you are located within the state that the providers are located. In Arizona, they are able to provide services to anyone in the state, from the rural areas to downtown Phoenix.

About Recovery Delivered: Recovery. Delivered. was born out of the opioid epidemic plaguing our country. Our Founders both have a decade of experience in the addiction treatment space and saw that many people didn’t have access to care and those that did have access weren’t happy. So, they created Recovery. Delivered, an online addiction treatment and medication management company. By using technology, they were able to provide life-saving addiction medicine almost 100% online.

Contact Information:

Name: Marcus Hansen
Organization: Recovery Delivered
Address: 157 Bleecker St. Suite 1 New York, NY 10012
Phone: (866) 757-9868
Website: https://www.recoverydelivered.com/
Email: info@recoverydelivered.com

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