To meet the informational needs of men, women, and families grappling with addiction; to advise healthcare professionals in the treatment field; and to advance policies that provide adequate services for victims of addiction.
The Rosenthal Report - September 2017
We need a national strategy to address teenage opioid use
After declining for seven years, teenage drug overdose deaths grew by nearly 20 percent in 2015 in a worrying sign that the opioid crisis is reaching a younger and more vulnerable segment of the American population. New data from the...
TO SENATORS: REJECT OBAMACARE REPEAL, SAVE DRUG TREATMENT PROGRAMS
The Graham-Cassidy bill would cap Medicaid funding and let states drop mandatory drug treatment coverage.
We’re facing a massive opioid epidemic that will kill more than 60,000 Americans this year: now is the worst time to pull the rug from critical drug treatment funding.
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Rosenthal Center Library
Survey on Perceptions of Drug Use in America
What do Americans know about drugs, drug use, and addiction? More importantly, what do they believe? And how does this influence their behavior, the behavior of their children, and the parent-child relationship? What is the impact of drug use on families, on communities, and on society?
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