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Data from participants in the multiyear Chicago Social Drinking Project is helping the research community challenge long‐held notions about the factors that make drinkers more susceptible to an alcohol use disorder (AUD), as well as what occurs after individuals' drinking has escalated to...
A study of counselor attitudes about an “open‐access” methadone program they worked in found that patients and counselors benefit from same‐day access and making treatment more individualized to patient needs. However, downsides were that for clinicians, some patients needed extra care and...
On Jan. 7, the day after the riots in Washington, D.C., when Trump supporters violently invaded the Capitol, Elinore McCance‐Katz, M.D., Ph.D., announced her resignation from the administration as assistant secretary for mental health and substance use at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health...
Last month, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommended that all health care professionals be offered the first doses of COVID‐19 vaccines. Addiction treatment providers are essential health care staff, and they work with individuals at high risk for contracting the...
Psychostimulant‐involved overdose deaths are going up, with variations depending on state, according to a study published in the Jan. 1 issue of Drug and Alcohol Dependence.
There's something so inspiring about policymakers comparing substance use disorders (SUDs) to COVID‐19. Here's why: Both are medical conditions. Too many people think the solution to SUDs is the criminal justice system. Last week in Florida, where, like many other states, opioid overdose deaths...
Gosnold Treatment Center, one of the country's foremost substance use disorder (SUD) programs, has police officers who work with it to urge people with addiction to go to treatment. If they won't go, however, there is always a 50‐year‐old Massachusetts commitment law. Last year alone, as the...
CADCA's 31st national leadership forum, and SAMHSA's 17th prevention day, will be held virtually February1‐February 4, 2021. For more information, go to https://www.cadca.org/forum2021.
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