Radiolab's 'The Fix' Brings to Light the Nation's Underuse of Naltrexone, Suboxone

Back in December of 2015, Radiolab broadcasted a piece titled 'The Fix'. For those who aren't familiar with Radiolab, it's a radio show that can be heard around the country on more than 500 member stations where the hosts, as they put it, talk about the space "where sound illuminates ideas, and the boundaries blue between science, philosophy, and human expereince". 

Maintaining Sobriety During the New Year Celebrations

With New Year’s Eve around the corner, it’s hard not to think about the upcoming year, and plans surrounding the festive night. It can be difficult to plan a sober evening around a holiday that is so often framed as a partying scene filled with alcohol and other substances not conducive to someone living a sober life. 

We’ve put together a game plan for a successful evening below, and we encourage everyone living sober lives to develop their own plan for New Year’s Eve. 

An Interview With Our New Provider: Dr. John Stanhope

Welcome, Dr. Stanhope!

We are proud to announce that Dr. Stanhope has recently joined the Evans Management team as our newest provider. Dr. Stanhope recently made the career decision to split his time between his family practice that he 

Toxic Cocktails More Dangerous Than Just Heroin Alone


To begin, you’re right if you’re thinking that potent drug-cocktails are nothing new. Users have been mixing drugs for decades to achieve a euphoric high. But the question as of recent has become, why are users creating powerful cocktails when the drugs they’re using as already as intense and dangerous as heroin? The answer: because inconsistency within each batch of heroin is widespread and users don’t know exactly what is in the drug, and neither do the drug dealers (for that matter). 

Recent Closings of the Medical Rehabilitation Associates (MRA) in Lewiston and Brunswick Maine

On December 18th, 2015 of this year, the Medical Rehabilitation Associates of Lewiston and Brunswick, Maine are officially closing their doors. This piece of news has come to the attention of the staff at Evans Management due to the large amount of calls from previous MRA patients who are looking for a new provider following the upcoming closings.