The ballot measure makes personally possessing small amounts of drugs a civil violation, while also providing addiction services funding. This podcast by Science Friday provides a comprehensive review.
In this document from COSSAP, learn about how telehealth services are a cost-effective option for agencies that want to expand the provision of services to individuals who have not been able to access them. Whether it be to adapt to the current pandemic, engage with communities, or work with incarcerated individuals, organizations supporting drug treatment and recovery should consider how telehealth may benefit their clients and support organizational objectives.
The Rural Health Information Hub has developed a Rural Community Paramedicine Toolkit. This toolkit compiles emerging practices and resources to support rural communities seeking to build community paramedicine and mobile integrated health programs across the United States. In particular, it focuses on existing programs that have successfully provided rural community paramedicine services.
NSDUH’s latest annual report focuses on substance use and mental health in the United States based on data from 2019 and earlier. The annual report presents estimates that meet the criteria for statistical precision and facilitate examination of trends over time to study changes in society and emerging issues.
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