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Look here for what’s going on inside and outside of The Next Right Thing. You’ll read about addiction in our local communities, our thinking about treatment, kids, and how to parent an adolescent through his or her recovery. This is a
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Trump’s Declaration of a Public Health Emergency for the Opioid Epidemic is a Challenge to the Private Sector to Deal With the Crisis

President Trump recently declared a public health emergency to deal with the opioid epidemic.  More than 140 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  By issuing this declaration the president
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Death certificates and opiates in Farmington, CT

Dying from overdoses

This is real folks. When NPR is using Farmington, CT as an example of the opioid epidemic, we all have a vested interest in taking action in our community to stop the use of high risk drugs among our youth.
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Dying from Overdoses and Other Mental Health Trends

Dying from overdoses

Shifts in how Americans perceive risk, access healthcare, and parent their children underlie many mental health trends. The following article sheds light on causal societal, cultural, and industry trends that are changing the way mental health (including addiction services) is
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