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Migliore Institute of Behavioral Sciences was founded by Renea Snyder, MS, ICAADC, CCTP, CCFAS, CCFC, she was the prior Drug and Alcohol Program Manager for the Pennsylvania Department of Corrections. Through her dedicated efforts with corrections she quickly saw a significant need in the community for quality addictions treatment for those involved in the criminal justice system and impacted by trauma. She wanted clients to have a safe place to access quality, evidence-based treatment, with the understanding, that everyone's path to recovery is their own. E. Renea Snyder, MS, ICAADC, CCTP, CCFAS, CCFC, is a National Trainer for Seeking Safety, Trauma Informed Systems of Care, and SMART Recovery. Renea leads a National Consulting Team with experts in Criminal Justice, Addiction, Trauma, Policy Reform, and Medication Assisted Treatment. Renea leads the addiction field in Pennsylvania with her progressive treatment practices and commitment for patient advocacy. Renea developed the first recovery model for correctional settings and received international recognition in 2015. Renea still conducts forensic evaluations, case consultations, and trauma/addiction therapy upon special request. Renea holds a Bachelors in Psychology and English from Indiana University of Pennsylvania and a Masters of Education with a Specialization in Curriculum and Instructional Design from Capella University. Renea is currently enrolled her PhD. program for Psychology. Renea holds certifications as a Certified Forensic Counselor, International Advanced Addictions Counselor, Certified Forensic Addictions Counselor and Certified Clinical Trauma Professional. Renea has three children Izayah, Joziyah, and Eleanora and her fabulous Service Dog Cooper. In Renea's free time she loves spending time with her family, coaching t-ball or watching baseball, kayaking, reading and writing. Renea dedicates her time to giving back to others and managing Broken Silence another organization in which she founded to help persons leaving abusive relationship.
Opioid prescriptions and addiction have made headlines across the world for almost a decade. As policy makers, hospitals, physicians, prisons, pharmaceuticals, etc. dedicate efforts to reduce the death tolls, conduct opioid education, and create new medications to treat pain, there are still many barriers to accessing quality addictions treatment. One of the leading barriers to treatment is transportation and access to quality care. With the increase in telehealth and telemedicine models of care, it was pertinent that addiction medicine joins telehealth on the proper evidence-based platform. With the patent pending telehealth evidence-based addictions model; the platform offers three levels of care (Outpatient, Intensive Outpatient, and Partial Hospitalization), individual, group, and recovery sessions, in-home services, 24/7 treatment access, and medication assisted treatment. This is the first documented telehealth model of addictions treatment. The telehealth model meets some of the most restrictive state regulations, confidentiality requirements, highly trained/qualified clinicians, and documentation for addictions treatment.