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Two studies released this month have brought into focus the degree to which Americans are turning to illicit substances and alcohol in response to the stress brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Six months into the pandemic, the American Society of Addiction Medicine’s task force on caring for patients amid COVID-19 has revised more than 15 guideline documents covering a wide range of operational topics for providers.
Gloo Executive Director Steve Millette joins the BHE Podcast to discuss his organization’s partnership with the Psychiatry & Behavioral Health Learning Network to create the Collaborative Advancement of Recovery Excellence, a recovery research-…
While spikes in behavioral health conditions after disastrous events are common, the severity and extensiveness shown in a recent are signs of an exceptional situation that demands exceptional action.
The American Mental Health Counselors Association estimated that 41% of Americans are experiencing a mental illness, such as general anxiety disorder or major depressive disorder, a dramatic rise from pre-pandemic levels that has been spurred by COVID-19, racial tensions and economic calamity.
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