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Category: Opioid Epidemic

New Season Visionaries Lend Insight to Opioid Think Tank

Promising news for patients faced with opioid use disorder comes by way of a five-day conference that will bring together the top opioid experts in policy and treatment from around…

Florida Gets Serious About Mental Health, Substance Abuse

The First Lady of Florida, Casey DeSantis, takes on mental health and substance abuse in a new initiative that she launched called the “Hope for Healing” campaign. “Helping our youth…

July Marks Minority Mental Health Awareness Month

In this month of July we recognize a fairly new cause created in 2008 to bring awareness to a highly important topic — Minority Mental Health Awareness. Why, you may…

Veterans Combat Enemies Abroad, Demons Within when Faced with Opioid Use Disorder

This week on Memorial Day, we commemorate the men and women of the armed forces who selflessly sacrificed their lives in service to our country. While many Americans spend this…

New Season Team Supports Nationwide Day for Proper Medication Disposal

New Season employee Lakrystal Love participated in the National Prescription Drug Take Back Day April 27 in Meridian, Mississippi. Love is the program director at the Meridian Treatment Center, marking…

Don’t Be the Dealer: National Drug Take-Back Day

Saturday, April 27 marks this year’s National Drug Take-Back Day. For people battling opioid use disorder, the day signifies much more than a safe disposal of unused or expired medication….

To Deregulate or Not? Addiction Experts Grapple with Who Can Prescribe Buprenorphine

Nearly all Americans can agree that the opioid epidemic is a public health crisis. Most can agree that medication-assisted treatment is a viable solution to help mitigate the opioid epidemic….

How a U.S. Town Solved Their Opioid Problem

A problem too great to solve, some say. Not for the people of Little Falls, Minn., who have been credited with solving their community’s plaguing opioid misuse. An in-depth article…

Trends and Trajectory of the Opioid Crisis

Deaths linked to synthetic opioids now outpace heroin deaths, which suggests that synthetic opiates such as fentanyl have contaminated other illegal drugs, as cited in a recent investigation published in…

Opioid Crisis Affecting African Americans at a Climbing Rate

In captivating coverage from NBC News, Jacob Soboroff reports that the opioid crisis is affecting African Americans at an increasing rate due to the influx of fentanyl to urban areas…