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Behavioral Healthcare Executive
During its 15th annual Hill Day in Washington, D.C., the National Council for Behavioral Health unveiled a five-pronged campaign to expand access to treatment, enforce parity laws and grow the mental health and addiction treatment workforce.
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A new report suggests that policy-makers' crisis mode in responding to the opioid problem is leaving many affected children behind. 
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A broad-based coalition of advocates says New York needs to follow the lead of nearby states in offering medication-assisted treatment in corrections systems.
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Ron Manderscheid
A simple change to federal Medicaid law and policy could make a major impact on the quality of care and effectiveness of care persons receive while in jail.
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Inherent flaws in public- and private-sector strategies to combat the opioid crisis have inspired a social entrepreneur to seek a new approach, with local activists at the core. 
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Newly released results based on a state-representative sample in Washington illustrate the difficulty in drawing broad conclusions about how marijuana legalization is affecting youth behavior.
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It's time to take note of some major cultural shifts that have been occurring as a result of the ACA.
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An attempt to establish the country's first supervised injection facility in Philadelphia has run into a significant legal obstacle.
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The document outlines the White House’s priorities for addressing drug trafficking and use in the U.S.f
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Agencies implementing October’s opioid bill have been sidelined by the government shutdown.
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The not-for-profits, which will combine forces under the name Center on Addiction, are combining forces to accelerate their progress in combatting addiction.
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