Medication Assisted Treatment to End Overdose More Important Amidst COVID 

Before the coronavirus crisis, another crisis lurked, the overdose crisis. Now the overdose crisis is wrapped inside the COVID-19 crisis. What has that meant for sufferers of substance use disorders? The results have been a decrease in access to in-person recovery and therapy sessions as they transitioned to online, either telemedicine or Zoom meetings. Access Read More »

Meet the Sackler’s by Priscilla Robinson

Since 1999 we’ve lost more than 700,000 Americans to fatal overdose from opioids (1). But how did we get here? Ever heard of Richard, Jonathan, Kathe or Ilene Sackler? They are the family behind Perdue Pharmaceuticals. Still not ringing a bell? How about this: Purdue Pharma is the maker of the highly addictive opioid pain Read More »