Treating the Whole Person
While an estimated 27 million Americans use illicit drugs or misuse prescription medications each year, a mere 10 percent of those suffering from addiction get treatment.
There is more we can – and should – do to address this mounting crisis. There’s no one-size-fits-all way to get addicted – and likewise, there’s no one-size-fits-all treatment. Tailored, individualized treatment – that addresses the whole person – is the key to recovery and we must make those treatments available to those in need.
Meet Dr. Michael Genovese
Dr. Michael Genovese is a board-certified psychiatrist specializing in behavioral health, addiction, and patient treatment. He has seen first-hand the effects of addiction and the opioid crisis. A strong advocate for access to treatment, Dr. Genovese believes in developing tailored, individualized treatment plans to get willing individuals into recovery.
Dr. Genovese is committed to addressing the opioid crisis. He serves as the Medical Director of the Officer Safety and Wellness Committee of the FBI National Academy Associates, Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona and Medical Director of the of the Camden Center in Menlo Park, California.