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An over‐reliance on federal block grants and “one‐off” funding initiatives has left the addiction treatment system under‐resourced to respond to an addiction crisis that stands to be at least as deadly as COVID‐19 during the span of the Biden administration, a trio of prominent researchers argue...
Last week, Tom Coderre, acting assistant secretary for mental health and substance use at the Department of Health and Human Services, and Tom Hill, incoming senior policy advisor at the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) starting Feb. 11, shared their plans for addiction treatment,...
Adolescence is a time of heightened susceptibility to experimenting with alcohol or other drugs. Not every teen who does so will develop a substance use disorder (SUD), but this is a time period when the brain is developing and could be harmed.
Conference season is back, and for many of us it's been a full year of virtual‐only conferences. This has been difficult for an event based on human contact, but count on an MIT startup — called Gather — to figure out how to deal with the situation — beyond talking heads.
In the article “HHS proceeds with weakening of HIPAA, including for SUD” in the Feb. 1 issue, we neglected to credit Deborah Reid, senior health policy attorney at the Legal Action Center, as a commenter, along with Jacqueline Seitz, senior staff attorney for health privacy.
The National Rx Drug Abuse and Heroin Summit will be held virtually April 4‐8. For more information, go to https://www.rx‐summit.com/.
In a Jan. 26 open letter to President Biden, the National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) called for COVID‐19 vaccines to be prioritized for people with substance use disorders and their treatment providers, to ensure that treatment providers are identified as front‐line...
In‐person conferences may be coming back in 2021. The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP), which for decades has had its annual meeting in May, announced last week that this year the conference will be in December, in Colorado, in person. “NAATP leadership, in...
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