"A Massachusetts woman recovering from heroin addiction sued the Federal Bureau of Prisons on Friday over its policy prohibiting methadone treatment, which she wants to continue when she starts a yearlong sentence next month... It adds to growing pressure on the criminal justice system to provide methadone or other evidence-based treatments to the staggering number of inmates with opioid addiction."
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More than 150,000 Americans died from alcohol and drug-induced fatalities and suicide in 2017. Nearly a third - 47,173 - were suicides.
“There are two crises unfolding in America right now,” said Dr. Benjamin Miller, the chief policy officer for Well Being Trust and the founding director of the Eugene S. Farley Jr. Health Policy Center. “One is in health care, and one is in society.” ... See MoreSee Less
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As a social action documentary, "HEALING VOICES" has made a meaningful impact in communities around the world with regard to how we think about and talk about mental health. Join the Producers of "HEALING VOICES" and organizers of "REAWAKEN AUSTRALIA" Tuesday, March 5th for a free online screening a...
“Labeling the opioid crisis as “white” risks overlooking the very real damage experienced by black, Latino and Native American communities... We should continue to scrutinize how attitudes toward drug users seem to change depending on the racial identity of the people whose stories the media tells. But this crisis is a reminder that anyone can become addicted to drugs. Our empathy should not be conditional.”