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The appropriations bill released this month from the federal Labor, Health and Human Services, Education, and Related Agencies congressional subcommittee (Labor–HHS) (see House spending committee adds funding, other requests for SAMHSA, ADAW July 11;...
Government and private funding both are playing a prominent role in growth of the substance use treatment industry, with progress into new geographic areas and expanded lines of business. Recent activity ranges from substantial state grant support for new facility construction in California to...
On July 8, the House Office of National Drug Policy (ONDCP) announced about $81 million for 645 local coalitions across the country as part of the Drug‐Free Communities (DFC) Support Program Continuation Grant Awards.
It is useful to view our history as a long line of innovations to respond to and heal individuals addicted to alcohol and drugs. In the late 1700s, Dr. Benjamin Rush introduced the disease concept and the medicalization of care. The 1930s and 1940s witnessed the emergence of Alcoholics Anonymous...
In another step toward increasing take‐home methadone for patients in opioid treatment programs (OTPs), the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has found that the percentage of methadone‐involved overdose deaths relative to all drug overdose deaths declined from January 2019 to August 2021....
A decade ago, after the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre when mass shootings gripped the nation, the mental health community staunchly fought against any notion that people with mental illness are more likely than others to commit gun violence. Instead, the community said — with plentiful...
The East Coast Symposium will be held in Baltimore August 19‐22. For more information, go to https://eastcoastsymposium.com/
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