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Addiction Professional of the Month

The Addiction Professional Referral Group is the most popular and active behavioral health group on Facebook. This group connects over 19,000 addiction professional nationwide and it averages 1,500-2,000 posts and remarks per month. This month we are honoring a group member for stimulating controversial conversation on medication-assisted treatment. This post produced the most remarks and activity over any other post for the month of October. You can join the Addiction Professional Referral Group here.

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Connecting Addiction Professionals Nationwide with Resources, Strategies, Ideas, Drug Rehab Marketing, Networking, and Addiction Conferences

Business education and networking Addiction Professional Referral GroupOur goal is to educate addiction professionals on ethical business practices, provide useful resources, assist in connecting for new relationships, educate on evidenced-based treatment, fight against patient brokering, educate on ethical marketing practices (in this group, with our marketing and at our addiction conferences), and use our large voice to encourage industry self-regulation. This group has consumed a large amount of our time to build and maintain. We hope you will mutually support us by getting educated here and attending one of our Addiction Professional EMP conferences. Our next addiction conferences series event is on 1/22/19 in Costa Mesa, California.

Here is some of the work that your mutual support has assisted us in;

  • We have spent 1000’s of hours building this group and 10-15 hours per week maintaining it.
  • We need mutual support from our group members to continue to be a large voice in the community.
  • Raised $400,000 worth of addiction treatment scholarships for the Riveria Beach Civil Drug Court
  • Raised $250,000 worth of addiction treatment scholarships for the Addicts Mom
  • Radio personality educating on the ethical business side of addiction, and fight patient brokering with national radio station Recovery Radio Raw
  • Spent 1,000 hours building the Addiction Professional Referral Group to provide an unprecedented Facebook group that is a trusted source for professionals.
  • Maintained 14 LinkedIn Addiction professional groups, and 45 Facebook Groups with over 210,000 members
  • Educated on proven business operating strategies
  • Educated on proven drug rehab marketing strategies
  • Provided 14 Addiction Conferences for CEO’s, Executives, Directors and Outreach bringing Executive Thought Leader Panelists educating on proven business and marketing strategies to survive the new and difficult landscape.

Addiction Professional Referral Group Member of the Month

The addiction professional of the month is Steve Wize, CEO of Mental Fitness. Steve’s post was not only the most active but also, addresses one of the most controversial topics in our industry.

So crazy idea, but I’d like to hear some other addiction professional opinions: Create a standing order for Suboxone- no prescription necessary. Make it as easy to get as Narcan…. any thoughts?

mental fitness addiction professional of the monthSteve Wize is an author, speaker, and corporate wellness trainer who specializes in helping companies and individuals reach their full potential. After graduating with his Master’s degree from Pitt, Steve went on to become a licensed clinical social worker and has spent the past five years working in private practice. During this time, Steve designed his own unique curriculum in which he has used to create his book, and his business, Mental Fitness, LLC.

In addition, to being the founder and president of Mental Fitness, LLC, Steve also works as a life coach in the Western Pennsylvania Area. Steve has always considered Pittsburgh his home. He is married, has five adopted dogs, and is also the author of “The Amazing Chase” series which promotes dog rescue and adoption efforts.

Steve graduated from Penn State Erie – Behrend College with a degree in Psychology, and from the University of Pittsburgh with a Master’s Degree in Social Work—Mental Health, with a concentration on Direct Practice. He has been working in dual diagnosis and substance abuse counseling since 2010. Steve’s passion to help others struggling with substance abuse or mental health issues is fueled by his own loss growing up of a loved one to a drug overdose.

In addition to offering extensive experience in opioid addiction, Steve has expanded his clientele to include adolescent, family therapy and couples counseling. Along with group and individual drug and alcohol counseling, Steve specializes in smoking cessation therapy, gambling addiction, depression, anxiety, relationship issues, stress and anger management, and overcoming grief and loss.

Steve believes that every person has the potential for improvement in their lives, regardless of their backgrounds or current circumstances. By utilizing a non-judgmental, solution-focused approach, Steve helps clients to master their mental fitness achieve their full potential.

“Smile on your face, song in your heart.”

Resources for Business and Drug Rehab Marketing Strategies

business and marketing education for drug rehab ownersThe addiction professional referral group is a trusted resource for business, drug rehab marketing, and administrative operating strategies. Our industry is experiencing unprecedented changes affecting the administration, business, and marketing operating procedures. Laissez-faire business strategies are no longer effective. Using the old business and marketing strategies puts organizations in our industry at great risk of closing their doors. We are seeing many addiction treatment centers and opiate detox and sober livings closing their doors. The organizations that are closing all have one thing in common. They stayed with business as usual tactics including boots on the ground marketing, call centers, and Adwords as their main strategies. They all suffered from Digital Darwinism.

The Internet is the #1 Source for Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment Centers

internet the number source for drug rehab marketingThe web is the absolute #1 resource to reach potential clients in any business. The number of people using the internet is growing astronomically every day. The lightspeed growth has caused severe marketing problems for almost every industry. Understanding how to effectively utilize the web to generate clients or customers is an overwhelming task. Almost all treatment centers and ancillary service providers in the substance abuse industry do not understand web marketing. Our industry has traditionally resorted to short-term solutions to their long-term problem of maintaining a census. They, almost always are looking for an instant return (30 days) on their marketing.

Over 90% of our industry suffers from digital Darwinism. Digital Darwinism is when technology moves faster than industries can adapt. Why does web drug rehab marketing outperform all other marketing combined?

  1. Currently, the average person spends nearly 10 hours a day online. Unbelievably, we now spend more time on the Internet than we do sleeping (8.4 hours).
  2. Today there are approximately 7.4 billion people living on the planet, and ~ 23 billion internet of things (IoT) connected devices, which is an average of 3 devices per person. By 2025 it is estimated that there will be over 75 billion IoT connected devices worldwide.
  3. There will be at least 3.5 billion Google searches performed every day. Google also processes over 40K search queries every second. That translates to 1.2 trillion Google searches per year.
  4. Google.com is the most popular website in the world. Youtube.com is second and Facebook.com is third.
  5. Internet users have an average of 7.6 social media accounts
  6. The average daily time spent on social is 116 minutes a day
  7. There is a new social media user every 15 seconds.
  8. Facebook Messenger and Whatsapp handle 60 billion messages a day
  9. Facebook: 2.072 billion users
  10. Youtube: 1.5 billion users
  11. Wechat: 1.12 billion users
  12. WhatsApp: 900 million users
  13. Instagram: 800 million users
  14. Weibo: 600 million users
  15. LinkedIn: 500 million users
  16. Twitter: 330 million users
  17. Reddit: 234 million users
  18. Pinterest: 200 million users
  19. Snapchat: 178 million daily users
  20. Google+: 111 million users

Understanding Drug Rehab Marketing Like You Understand Addiction Treatment

Business and drug rehab marketing strategies for drug and alcohol addiction treatment centersAlmost every addiction treatment center owner understands addiction treatment and has an extreme passion to help others. However, this is only 1/3 of what is needed to run a successful drug and alcohol addiction treatment center. Owners of treatment centers and sober livings also need to completely understand the business and marketing components. They have to be extremely educated in these two areas. Relying upon a drug rehab marketing agency and drug rehab business consultants is extremely risky if they are not educated in these areas. Having a solid education in these areas is paramount for owners and operators. With this key knowledge, operators will be able to tell if these professionals are performing for their organization.

For example, over 90% of substance abuse provider websites are not structurally correct. Poor website development is the #1 and most costly mistake made in web marketing. If a website is not structurally correct, you are leaking Google juice. Every marketing dollar you are putting into web marketing, without having a structurally correct website, is being wasted by leaking Google juice and the opportunity to get on page one of Google organically. It is extremely easy to tell if a treatment center understands web marketing by looking at their website. A website is the foundation of web marketing. If your website is not structurally correct, you are wasting every marketing dollar you put into web marketing.

The top 3 organic slots and Google maps account for 70% of page one click-throughs. To put into perspective, AdWords or PPC only accounts for 2% of the click-throughs. While AdWords does produce calls, many of these calls are poor with many asking for Medicaid and Medicare. The top 3 organic leads are much more qualified for the services and insurance provided.

Why is a Website the #1 Mistake in Drug Rehab Marketing?

number_mistake_made_in_drug_rehab_marketingThe # mistake in drug rehab marketing is website development. When you build a house, you build it on concrete. Almost all drug rehab websites are built on sand. Almost all websites in our industry are built by website designers, not website developers. This critical and costly error is the fault of the treatment center owner and the marketing agencies they have used. As an owner, if you understood what needs to be done for proper website structure and drug rehab SEO, you would be able to tell if the professionals you hired are doing their job.

The important difference is a designer will build a beautiful, aesthetically appealing website. A website developer opens the golden Google doors for Google to effectively communicate with google’s searcher. Many addiction treatment centers websites are ascetically beautiful. While this is somewhat useful for the target market, it is not very useful in Google ranking your website on page one. The first part of getting on page one of Google is to have a website that communicates to Google that you can answer the terms that are searched.  Here are some of the common mistakes made substance abuse websites;

  • Is the hierarchy of our website good for Google?
  • Do we have schema (Sign Posts for Google) incorporated into our website?
  • Does our website have a sitemap and have we told Google it’s there?
  • Is our website fast enough on mobile for the new speed update released on July 9, 2018?
  • Are we using Yoast to check the bare minimum for our drug rehab SEO?
  • Are the URL’s for our website correct for SEO?
  • Does our website have an SSL certificate?
  • Does our blog have SEO for our keywords? If so, what are those keywords and how many of the blog posts have made it to page one of Google?
  • Do the main pages of our website have SEO for these keywords?
  • Have we done an H-Tag audit on our website
  • Do our pics have ALT tags and are they geocoded?
  • Have we done a hyperlocal page?
  • Do we have a skyscraper article?
  • Are our Google maps properly coded and placed on our website?
  • How are we building quality back-links?
  • How many citations do we have?
  • Do we understand and utilize your Google Analytics?
  • Do we understand and use call tracking metrics?
  • What is our list of keywords based on our organization’s services? And, out of those keywords which ones can, we easily rank for on the first page of Google?
  • Do we understand Google analytics and how to use it to build our marketing campaign?
  • What posts are producing the most calls from our call tracking metrics?
  • When was the last time we posted in our Google My Business?
  • When was the last time we uploaded pictures in our Google My Business?
  • Are our pictures on the website optimized (GEO and Keywords)?
  • Is our blog attracting and engaging for our target audience?
  • Are we building a targeted and captured social media audience (from SEO visits) of professionals and individuals seeking treatment with our drug rehab marketing on Facebook and LinkedIn?
  • Does our cuurent drug rehab marketing agency provide SEO training?

How Does Boots on the Ground Compare to Web Marketing

Poor-drug-rehab-marketing-strategies-boots-on-the-groundThe industry trend has been traditionally relying upon boots on the ground marketing. While this should be a part of your marketing mix, it should only be one piece. Above you see the astronomical numbers of people using the web and the amazing activity that is produced every day. It is impossible for outreach to obtain even 1% of these numbers. The small to medium players consensus is that we cannot compete with the big players because they are spending too much on web marketing. This is a huge misconception in our industry. The small to medium players can outperform the big players in some areas if they have;

  • Proper website structure
  • On page and off page SEO
  • Use of key long tail keywords
  • Knowing where and how to get PR7, PR8 and PR9 backlinks

Understanding the Business Side of Addiction Treatment

business-and-drug-rehab-marketing-educationOur industry is experiencing many paradigm shifts. It is critical that operators of drug rehabilitation centers, opiate detox and sober homes get educated on proven business strategies. The conversations on the business and operation side of our industry are much different than the conversations that outreach professionals have. Only the best-educated CEO’s, Executives and Directors will survive the extreme competition in our 40 billion dollars a year industry. These leaders need to completely understand many different areas;

  • Marketing
  • Billing
  • Insurance Reimbursements
  • Laws and Regulations
  • EMR’s
  • CRM’s
  • Licensing
  • Accreditations and Certifications

Addiction Professional Referral Group Helping Addiction Professionals Nationwide

We will continue to be a trusted resource for every addiction professional by educating on ethical business practices, provide useful resources, assist in connecting for new relationships, educate on evidenced-based treatment, fight against patient brokering, educate on ethical substance abuse marketing practices (in this group, with our marketing and at our addiction conferences), and use our large voice to encourage industry self-regulation.

Addiction Conferences California Early Bird EndsExecutive education is key for owners and operators. Behavioral Health Network Resources also provides Addiction Executive conferences educating on these key areas. Our addiction conferences each have 5 proven Executive Thought Leaders presenting at each conference. These one-day conferences focus on the business and marketing side of our industry. We have hosted 14 conferences and the success has been the valuable content and the talk show host, town forum format. These conferences put together the minds of the 125-200 attendees in an open forum. We hope you will attend our next addiction conferences EMP Series on 1/22/19 in Costa Mesa, California.

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No Need to Fear Opiate Detox; The BRIDGE Device

Opiate Detox West Palm Beach The Bridge Device

Opiate detox is the biggest barrier preventing individuals from entering drug addiction treatment. Now, with the Bridge Device NSS2, there is no need to fear opiate withdrawal anymore. Opiate withdrawal including Suboxone is the most difficult part of quitting an opiate addiction. Whether it involves codeine, fentanyl, Vicodin or heroin, the acute pain associated with the process is scary and painful. Many experts believe that the pain of an opiate detox and the fear of opiate withdrawal are some of the greatest barriers to seeking opiate detox. It’s clear that many patients suffering from opiate withdrawal quit before they can be moved to a medication-assisted treatment program like Vivitrol.

What is the Opiate Detox Bridge Device NSS-2?

the Bridge Device NSS-2 opiate detox West Palm Beach, Florida option eliminating opiate withdrawalThe Bridge device is a state of the art medical device bringing much-needed innovation to addiction treatment medicine. The severe withdrawal of opiates causes individuals physical pain, sweating, internal gastrointestinal pain, vomiting, anxiety, joint pain and muscle pain to name a few. Many fear opiate detox and Suboxone detox stopping them from entering long-term recovery.

The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) President of the Midwest Chapter and board- certified addictionologist Arturo C. Taca Jr. is one of the innovative pioneers for the bridge device. The device was FDA approved for chiropractic care in 2014 and now the NSS-2 Bridge device has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for opiate withdraw. The pilot study in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse used drug and alcohol addiction outpatient treatment centers between June 2015 and July 2016. This study conclusively showed that we can treat opiate withdraw without pharmacology.

The study used eight intensive out-patient addiction treatment centers from 5 states. Each of the participating centers provided qualified physicians, stabilization teams, case managers, and counselors. Each individual participant received their own evaluation on their opiate use.  These out-patient addiction treatment centers provided data from individuals with a mean drug use of 70 months and 24 months of active opiate drug use.

The Bridge Device is not new technology, it has been around for decades. It has endless applications with more coming. In addition to opiate detox, this technology branches off into many areas and is currently FDA approved for back and knee pain, and major depressive disorders.

Opiate Detox West Palm Beach, Florida Detox Options

Opiate Detox West Palm BeachDrug rehabs West Palm Beach, Florida Suboxone Doctors, Suboxone clinics. addiction physicians, drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers and opiate detox centers have limited options in treating opiate addiction including naltrexonebuprenorphine, and methadone. These options include;

  • Buprenorphine includes Suboxone, Zubsolv, and Bunavail, and the newest being Probuphine a sub-dermal implant.
  • Methadone options include Dolophine, Symoron, Amidone, and Methadose. 
  • Naltrexone, sold under the brand names Vivitrol and ReVia.

In addition there are some comfort medications including clonidine, vistaril, baclofen, and trazodone, however, they do a poor job of bridging the gap to Vivitrol

First Non-narcotic Opiate Detox Approved by the FDA

The bridge device is the first non-narcotic option with little to no side effects in treating the heroin epidemic. We are losing more than 150 lives per day to this epidemic. This device eliminates the need for Buprenorphine or methadone. It is saving many lives by bridging the gap transiting individuals to Vivitrol. The bridge device is being used by drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers across the US.

Some of the other many areas of clinical studies with the Bridge Device are being conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is post-operative pain control. And others include Cranial Nerves on the Auto-regulatory Hemodynamics,

What Are The Side Effects of The Bridge Device NSS-2?

The National Center for Biotechnology Information published a study on the side effects of the bridge device and found overwhelming evidence that there are very little side effects. This study involved 1,207 users of the bridge device from addiction treatment centers across the US. The FDA, the Independent Review Board of the Defense and the Veterans Center for Integrative Pain Management have classified the bridge device as having minimal risk. The chart below is a record of that study.

Number of NSS device placements and the reported number of incidences of bleeding, dermatitis, severe pain, and syncope from six different treatment centers

ResultsCenter ACenter BCenter CCenter DCenter ECenter F
NSS devices1441416761415190
Bleeding220511
Dermatitis220610
Significant pain000200
Syncope000000

Abbreviation: NSS, Neuro-Stim System™.

The Bridge Device NSS-2 Eliminates Opiate Withdrawal during Opiate Detox

FDA Food and Drug Administration approves the Bridge Device NSS-2The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved Bridge Device that gets an individual through one stage of recovery, however, they must be evaluated by a qualified physician. The bridge device is not a cure for addiction. It is a bridge to overcome obstacles to start the recovery journey. The bridge can get individuals from detox to treatment and medication-assisted treatment. Medication-assisted treatment is becoming mainstream, especially for drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers. Insurance companies are starting to demand document progress showing improvement in the addiction treatment process. Medication-assisted treatment provides this, however, to get to the use of Vivitrol, an individual must be completely clean of all opiates. Otherwise, the alternative is the use of Suboxone. Suboxone while effective in treating and saving lives, it is extremely difficult to come off of and stop using. You may also be interested in getting educated on medication-assisted treatment and therapy (MAT) while you make the decision of the new Bridge Device technology. Recovery is a life-long journey and all your treatment should be case managed by a physician, qualified counselor and addiction professionals guiding your recovery journey.

The bridge device NSS-2 uses electronic brain stimulation

This technology works through neuro-stimulation and is an auricular peripheral nerve field stimulation that connects topically to the patient’s ear, blocking pain signals from getting through the brain.

Cleared by the Food & Drug Administration as a 510(K) this technology it is minimally-invasive, easy to work with, has a proven clinical track record and is making a tremendous improvement to both detox and rehab protocols.

This is the latest and potentially the best option for opiate detox. This opiate epidemic game changer is the latest scientific advancement in addiction treatment. The NSS-2 Bridge device drastically reduces the withdrawal process to 5 days or less and usually works within 10 minutes of installation. Its main purpose is to quickly and painlessly reduce the pain associated with acute opiate withdrawal.

No More Painful Opiate Detox

The withdrawal from opiates and heroin is very intense and painful. The physical detox can take days or weeks to complete. Due to the pain and intense discomfort associated with opiate withdrawal, it is very difficult to get patients to the next step in the recovery process which is the utilization of the opioid antagonist naltrexone.  The NSS-2 Bridge Device is a revolutionary game changer in that it completely changes the dynamics of the withdrawal process from opiates such as heroin and prescription pain medication.

The Bridge Device is just that, a bridge from a virtually painless detox to addiction treatment. It allows a comfortable transition that is non-narcotic, non-evasive and does not use any medications. There are many options after the five-day out-patient treatment including not needing Suboxone. Patients can transition to naltrexone or Vivitrol.

Again, it must be mentioned that this FDA approved device is a virtually painless procedure with minimal side effects. The safe auricular nerve field simulator has applications beyond opiate addiction treatment and several other medical patents are pending. The device sends painless neurological signals for over 98 hours in an approximately five day period.

Doctor with a computer tablet and educating patient the bridge device opiate detox device eliminating opiate withdrawal Behavioral Health Network Resources You can only get the the the Bridge Device NSS-2  by prescription from a qualified physician, drug, and alcohol addiction treatment center, or opiate detox center. This nifty little device attaches behind the ear and greatly reduces opiate withdrawal.  It is designed to greatly reduce or eliminate the symptoms of opiate withdrawal.

How the NSS-2 Bridge Device Works

The Bridge Device cleverly provides painless electrical stimulation of the brain causing interference with pain signals. This interference reduces activity in the amygdala area of the brain. It ingeniously takes advantage of 4 important cranial nerves (5, 7, 9 and 10) can be found by the ear. These nerves are directly responsible for sending and receiving pain signals to and from the brain.

How Treatment Centers Can Offer Out-patient Opiate Detox Eliminating Suboxone, at a Fraction of the Current Market Price

Brian Carrico, President of Innovative Health Solutions was one of the 6 featured addiction Executive thought leader panelists at Behavioral Health Network Resources addiction conferences on 3/30/18. He revealed and informed treatment centers on how they can offer this device:

  • provide a new service of opiate out-patient detox
  • net cost of a device is far below the current market value
  • FDA approved technology which is an alternative pain management treatment for withdrawal and other acute pain patients.
  • FDA studies on how this came to market

Many treatment centers are currently offering the Bridge Device to their clients. With this device, drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers can provide opiate detox in an outpatient setting at a fraction of the current cost of an opiate detox. This technology will also virtually eliminate the need for Suboxone and the fear of opiate detox. It is an out-patient modality that keeps your clients clean and transitions them to Vivitrol. Contact us at 561-235-6195 or info@behavioralhealthnetworkresoucres.com to see how easy it is to start providing this service. Addiction professionals may be interested in attending one of ethical business and marketing practices conferences. You can click here to get more information on our addiction conferences EMP series event on 1/22/19.

No Need to Fear Opiate Detox West Palm Beach Recovery Centers Including Suboxone Clinics, Suboxone Doctors Can Provide This Opiate Detox Device

A virtually painless opiate detox is available If you are an individual seeking more information on this FDA approved technology and want to find a center that provides this product contact us below. We will put you in touch with the manufacturer. For more information contact Charles Davis at 561-235-6195, or at ceo@behavioralhealthnetworkresources.com.

Contact us to get information on the bridge device NSS-2

We’d love to hear your thoughts on this life-saving device, how it will affect the addiction treatment industry or on opiate detox, in general, that may help our readers. Please leave a comment below. Join the webs most popular addiction treatment groups with over 210,000 members.

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Understanding Medication Assisted Treatment MAT

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT)

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) opiate detox West Palm BeachMedication-assisted treatment (MAT) is becoming more accepted in the professional community. The heroin epidemic is taking more than 150 lives every day. Whether you agree with MAT or not, there is no denying the evidence-based studies that show the mortality success rates above 60%. It also drastically reduces infections and diseases associated with addiction. However, it must be clear that the MAT is not for everyone, and individuals must see a qualified addiction physician and find out if they are a good fit for this form of treatment.

Educating Addiction Professionals and Public on Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) from West Palm Beach, FL

Medication-assisted treatment, in the context of Addiction Medicine, is an acronym that stands for “Medication Assisted Treatment”. How does this apply to opioid use disorders? (addiction to heroin, Dilaudid, Roxicodone, etc.). When individuals are seeking addiction treatment starting with opiate detox West Palm Beach, they don’t realize the medication-assisted treatment options.

There are two different drug and alcohol addiction disease models often used to explain an individual’s predilection for addiction- the “moral model” and the “disease model”. This reinforced by the vast majority of experts in the field of Addiction Medicine was that addiction is, in fact, a chronic brain disease and we should manage it as we would manage other chronic disease states such as diabetes and hypertension.

This management of other chronic diseases includes the comprehensive approach of lifestyle modification and medication, when appropriate. We are already aware of the lifestyle component of addiction treatment- namely the various stages of rehabilitation, and then proceeding with 12 step work, attending meetings, etc. But, what about the medication aspect of treating this particular chronic disease? This aspect of treating addiction with medication is known as medication-assisted treatment (MAT).

Radio Show on Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) Opiate Detox West Palm Beach

Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) suboxoneDuring the radio show below we discuss with a prominent South Florida Addiction Treatment physician specializing in medication-assisted treatment and drug addiction treatment. He educates on evidenced-based treatment and how the views on this life-saving treatment are changing.

Another interesting article “What Does Medication Assisted Therapy Mean to Generation Z

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