As it crafts its next strategic guide, the National Institute on Drug Abuse has identified four topics to which it will devote special focus during the next five years, according to NIDA director Nora Volkow, MD.
The Translational Research Training in Addictions for Racial/Ethnic Minorities program at the City College of New York and Columbia University Medical Center has received a $1.67 million grant from NIH to extend the program for five years.
Supporters of an Oregon ballot initiative to expand the availability of substance use treatment and recovery support services say they already have collected enough signatures to qualify the proposal for November.
There was universal agreement among panelists during a Sunday morning session at the National Conference on Addiction Disorders East about the benefits of harm reduction strategies. They prevent overdose deaths and the spread of infectious diseases…
The Voices Project, an organization founded by recovery advocate and American Fix author Ryan Hampton, has launched a national initiative to build capacity for organized civic advocacy around addiction.