Celebrating 25 Years of Chemical Health Program

First-of-Its-Kind Chemical Health Program Addresses the Needs of Individuals with Brain Injuries When Vinland began offering chemical health services for adults with brain injuries in 1990, no other organization was providing a similar type of specialized service. Thanks to advancements in medical technology during the 1980s, survival rates for traumatic brain injury (TBI) patients had […]

Brain Injury & Addiction

A brain injury can happen anytime, anywhere to anyone. Brain injuries do not discriminate. An injury that happens in an instant can cause a lifetime of physical, cognitive and behavior challenges. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates that at least 5.3 million Americans currently have a long-term need for help to perform […]

Expert Q&A: Substance Abuse Treatment and TBI

Vinland’s Associate Director Duane Reynolds was featured in the latest issue of The Carlat Report, a monthly publication for all things in addiction medicine. He discussed substance abuse treatment for individuals with traumatic brain injuries in the publication’s Expert Q & A feature. The article is reprinted here with permission. CATR: How common is traumatic brain […]

Looking Beyond a Patient’s Brain Injury

Vinland Center was recently featured in Addiction Professional Magazine. The article discusses providing substance abuse treatment to individuals with brain injuries, and it highlights many of Vinland’s complementary care services. Click here to read the full article > Vinland is dedicated to providing evidenced-based treatment services to our clients, which is reflected in this article.

Brain Injury Awareness Month

Just as no two people are exactly alike, no two brain injuries are exactly alike. The injury requires access to a full continuum of medically necessary treatment and community-based supports furnished by interdisciplinary teams of qualified and specialized clinicians working in accredited programs and appropriate settings. “Since anyone can sustain a brain injury at any […]