Article Category: <span>Treatment</span>

Broken Homes and Spirits: Examining Early Childhood Adversity

Krystina Murray ❘

Early child adversity can contribute to childhood traumas. In response, the child could experiment with drug abuse as a coping mechanism.

Coronavirus News: What Are Addiction Treatment Centers Doing?

Hayley Hudson ❘

Addiction treatment centers around the United States are changing in ways they operate during the COVID-19 pandemic, to protect staff and patients.

COVID-19 is Causing People to Relapse

Hayley Hudson ❘

The COVID-19 pandemic is causing some individuals who are recovering from a substance use disorder to relapse, but friends and family can help.

Medicaid Coverage Expansion Leads to Less Opioid Deaths

Hayley Hudson ❘

A 2020 study found that expanding Medicaid coverage resulted in less opioid overdose deaths from heroin and synthetic opioids.

Opioid Treatment Medications During COVID-19

Hayley Hudson ❘

Addiction treatment centers providing opioid treatment programs are responding to the COVID-19 pandemic with new guidelines.

RecoveryOhio Law Enforcement Fund Disperses Grants to Anti-Drug Task Forces

Nathan Yerby ❘

Drug addiction is a serious problem for Ohio, so 27 anti-narcotics task forces in the state have received grants from the RecoveryOhio Law Enforcement Fund.

Americans Believe People with Mental Health Disorders Face Stigmas

Krystina Murray ❘

Americans believe individuals battling mental health disrders face stigmas. Explore the statistics, attitudes and effects of mental health-related stigmas.

Travel Distance to Opioid Addiction Treatment Places Strain on Rural America

Jena Hilliard ❘

The lack of opioid treatment programs (OTPs) in rural America has placed a huge strain on individuals trying to access addiction treatment.

Karli the ‘Sesame Street’ Muppet Helps Kids Understand Addiction

Jena Hilliard ❘

Karli the 'Sesame Street' muppet helps kids understand the topic of addiction by revealing she's in foster care due to her mom having a 'grown-up problem.'

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