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The unanimous ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court this summer which heralded possible liberalization of opioid and other controlled substance prescribing appears to be bearing fruit. Fewer physicians, based on mainly off‐the‐record interviews and comments, are afraid of the Drug Enforcement...
Recent growth driven in part by agencies' need to maintain contact with patients with substance use disorders (SUDs) during the COVID‐19 pandemic has helped to fuel further expansions at digital support provider CHESS Health. Having started by offering a smartphone app to guide individuals in...
The National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers (NAATP) last month released its strategic plan for service and leadership for the next three years.
The ASAM Criteria, utilized by treatment providers, insurance companies, and others, is a set of standards for assessment and evaluation of treatment for substance use disorders (SUDs). The new edition will be published by Hazelden Publishing. First developed by the American Society of Addiction...
The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) is awarding $45.1 million in grants to meet the behavioral health needs of people who either are at risk for contracting or are living with HIV/AIDS. “SAMHSA programs such as these are representative of our commitment to...
Last week, the California Department of Health Care Services (DHCS) awarded more than $17 million to 142 hospitals to train behavioral health navigators to expand access to substance use disorder (SUD) services and mental health services. The awards are part of the second round of the CalBridge...
The latest set of news headlines on the benefits of psychedelics fortu‐nately include the words “in mice,” but the concept is still raising a lot of interest among humans. Psychedelics can treat anxiety and depression, without creating a “trip.” These are the same kinds of drugs that resulted in...
The National Harm Reduction Conference will be held Oct. 13–16 in San Juan, Puerto Rico. For more information, go to: https://conference.harmreduction.org/
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