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Lakeview Health Expands Program Offerings to Meet Growing Needs of Veterans and First Responders

JACKSONVILLE, FL (May 2024) – As Memorial Day approaches and the nation honors heroes who made the ultimate sacrifice, the number of U.S. veterans living with serious mental health and substance abuse issues continues to climb. To help combat these issues, North Florida-based Lakeview Health treatment center has created a healing initiative uniquely geared towards men and women who have served.

Best Small Employer
Lakeview Health Named One of Forbes' Best Small Employers in America

JACKSONVILLE, FL (August 11, 2023) – Jacksonville-based Lakeview Health announced today that they have been recognized as one of America’s Best Small Employers by Forbes. Lakeview Health was one of only 300 companies nationwide to earn this honor.

Lakeview Health Announces the Opening of Koru Spring
Lakeview Health Announces the Opening of Koru Spring, A full-spectrum eating disorder center for women.

JACKSONVILLE, FL (April 19, 2023) – Lakeview Health, a leader in addiction treatment, is expanding its patient offerings with the opening of Koru Spring, a full-spectrum eating disorder center. The 26-bed facility will begin accepting patients April 19, 2023.

Congratulating Jamie Stevens
Jamie Stevens named one of North Florida's ultimate CEOs

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (October 6, 2022) – Jamie Stevens, CEO of Lakeview Health treatment center, was recently named one of North Florida’s Ultimate CEOs by The Business Journal. Stevens was one of 12 individuals in the area selected by the publication for leading her company to success through times of challenge and growth.

Lakeview Health Announces New Chief Executive Officer

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (November 1, 2021) – Lakeview Health, a nationally accredited addiction treatment center in Jacksonville, Florida announced Jamie Stevens as the CEO.

Lakeview Health Achieves Near 90% Vaccination Rate

Jacksonville, FL. September 30, 2021— Lakeview Health is proud to announce that nearly 90% of their Jacksonville staff has been vaccinated against Covid-19.

Lakeview Health Features Alcohol Awareness Campaign

April is national Alcohol Awareness month and Lakeview Health is hosting a series of videos to educate the public.

Jacksonville, FL, April 9, 2021— Lakeview Health launched a month- long awareness campaign in April for social media followers and national EAP partners to educate consumers on the dangers and complications from binge drinking and long-term alcohol use.

Lakeview Health Offers Vaccine For All Patients

Jacksonville, FL, April 9, 2021 – Lakeview Health received the first shipment of the Covid-19 vaccine on April 5th at their Jacksonville facility to aid in the protection of patients and staff against the potential harmful effects of the virus. The vaccine, provided by the Department of Health, is being offered free of charge.

New Partnership With Cigna And Lakeview Health

A leading insurance provider and Center of Excellence and join forces to tackle substance abuse.

Jacksonville , FL, February 5, 2021— Lakeview Health has announced that effective, February 1, 2021 the company is now in – network with Cigna Health, one of the country’s largest insurance providers…

Mother Loses Son During Pandemic, Wants Those Struggling with Addiction to get Help as Overdose Deaths Spike in Jacksonville

First Coast News

The number of overdose deaths in Jacksonville has spiked by about 20% during the pandemic. Help is available if you are struggling with addiction.

The Worrisome Trend of People Binge Drinking During COVID-19

Yahoo News

While stay-at-home orders were in effect, online sales of alcohol grew … chief medical officer for Lakeview Health, an addiction treatment center in Florida …

Lakeview Health Offering Free Resources to Help Lower Overdose Rate

Action News Jax

Overdoses are on the rise in Jacksonville. In order to reverse this trend, Lakeview Health is now offering free resources for loved ones to get help…

More People Drinking While Working from Home During COVID-19

Healthline

A new study reports that about a third of people in the United States who are working from home during the COVID-19 pandemic are also drinking on the job.

Consumers turn to alcohol to relieve stress caused by COVID-19

ConsumerAffairs

The nationwide pale that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought to our lives is new to most of us — at least anyone born and raised in the U.S. since World War II — and it’s taken some getting used to…

Discussing: alcohol sales have increased over 50% since the quarantine began

600 WREC Fox News Radio

News boozeless bar offers alternative for those in recovery

First Coast News

He said he was a military kid who had a hard time fitting in and alcohol filled a void…Taylor sought help at Lakeview Health on the city’s Southside.

This is your body on a hangover

Huffpost

There’s no denying it: Waking up with a hangover can be awful. The intense headache coupled with random waves of nausea is usually enough.

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