1. Beyond Parody: Drug Addiction, Mental Health, And Poverty Are Not Going To Go Away
Human beings have this innate and perineal ability of escapism. (riverbender.com)
2. A Legacy Of Distrust: The Racial Disparities That Mean Many Can Be Reluctant To Seek Help
That’s not to say treatment or even government funding was nonexistent before. (cincinnati.com)
3. Sinéad O’Connor Reveals She’s Entered Rehab For Trauma And Addiction
However, she expressed how much she hopes her followers and peers would understand why she’s made the decision to enter rehab. (wxhc.com)
4. People With Addiction More Likely To Get Covid-19
People with a substance use disorder made up 10.3% of those studied in the NIH-funded project but accounted for 15.6% of the COVID-19 cases, according to the study. (lenconnect.com)
5. Kentucky Must Close The Treatment Gap For People Suffering From Drug Addiction
Despite these laudable efforts, there is a gap in the foundation of Kentucky’s recovery infrastructure that must be filled before the commonwealth continues to build it out. (courier-journal.com)
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