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HHCLA 40m
"We can project that the total business of supplying heroin and other opioids to the West Coast’s homeless population is more than $1.8 billion per year." -
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RatiFi 34m
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Peter & Elizabeth Tower Foundation 3h
Potent pot, vulnerable teens trigger concerns in first states to legalize via
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SAFE Project 7h
We're 1 month out from our event w/Summit Behavioral Health, presenting "Successful Strategies for Treatment & Sustainable Steps to Recovery." Our Executive Director Brandee Izquierdo will discuss Recovery 101. Register for free:
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Marilyn Heine Jun 15
There is a push by some to lower protections for patients who have substance use disorder (SUD). What might this mean for patients and physicians? For some perspective on this issue, please see below. . /1
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AETC NCRC 3h
There's still time to register for our natl webinar, Models of HepC Care for Ppl w/SUDs, 6/20, 2-3 pm ET. Understand and address common misconceptions for providing treatment to people w/SUDs
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OSHEAN, Inc. 6h
CODAC, and member Thundermist ( )Offer Prescribing for
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Kody H. Kinsley 2h
LASTWEEK L👀KBACK! At the , we doubled down on how this epidemic is impacting every part of our state -- people, families, communities, and our economy.
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Delaware County, NY Department of Mental Health Jun 16
Full movie release happening tonight, 6/16/19 at 7pm. Locally produced film Smacked! tells the story of how law enforcement and the health care community are coping with the heroin epidemic that has swept the country.
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Peter & Elizabeth Tower Foundation Jun 17
Architecture For Possible Nationwide Settlement Unveiled via
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GPB News 21h
Billboard Campaign Seeks To Show How Georgia Recovers From .
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Peter & Elizabeth Tower Foundation 23h
Message that is a disease makes substance users less likely to seek help via
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Intervention 911 Jun 13
Families often ask, “what is the appropriate duration for a loved one to be in or ?” While each case is different, experts associate longer stays (at least three months) in rehab with better outcomes.
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Priya Kantesaria 22h
I know cares about patient privacy, especially for those suffering from . This thread goes over and CFR 42 Part 2 privacy protections which is essential to that protection. Please read: knowing the policy can make you a stronger advocate!
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Delaware Thrives Jun 13
There’s a few things you can do if you are pregnant, or there’s a chance you could become pregnant. Talk to your health care provider ASAP about your prescriptions and other drugs.
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Behavioral Health Association of Providers 21h
WV | Center Seeks to Help Development of Children Harmed by
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NorthStarTransitions Jun 12
More than half of all Americans know someone affected by the opioid crisis, and only about one-quarter of those with opioid get the they need. Together we can change that statistic; help us end the stigma of .
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Hope by the Sea Jun 14
More than 1 in 4 veterans with also have substance use disorders. Civilians with PTSD were 2 to 4 times more likely to meet criteria for a .
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Ajeet Singh Jun 16
A relevant thread on the important distinctions between and CFR 42 Part 2 privacy protections, especially for patients, we need to protect patients first.
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Legal Action Center Jun 13
LAC urges the to pass A. 7246A to ensure access to all FDA-approved forms of life-saving medication to treat is available through without unnecessary delays!
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