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What started in 2020 — COVID‐19 — continued with a vengeance in 2021, but last year, some of the changes put into place due to the virus became permanent, at least for now. These included relaxations of the rules regarding buprenorphine and methadone, far greater use of telemedicine and other...
As harm reductionists find new sources of funding and policy support and identify recovery‐focused organizations as natural allies, some are predicting that 2022 will mark a new level of synergy between groups that represent current and former substance users. Could this in turn mean diminished...
As is traditional with the Preview Issue — the first issue of the year — we asked stakeholders for their reflections on the past year and their hopes and fears for the new year. Here are some responses so far. (If you haven't submitted yours yet, please do: firstname.lastname@example.org).
Community Anti‐Drug Coalitions of America (CADCA) will hold its National Leadership Forum January 31 – February 3, 2022, in National Harbor, Maryland. For more information, go to https://www.cadca.org/forum2022
The federal government, over the past few years, has been issuing “surprises” around the holidays, such as grant applications that are due in 30 days. This administration has been much kinder. The announcements made last year typically give applicants 90 days. Good luck, grant writers.
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