Stay supported, connected, and healthy during COVID-19 

Here's how

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Growing up is hard. But staying healthy shouldn’t be. 

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Dr. Richard Chudacoff

My personal experience navigating addiction with a loved one has certainly affected the way I treat my patients.

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Shannon Biello, MPH

COVID-19 is stressful, and it's changing our routines. Alcohol isn't your only option when it's time to unwind.

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Excessive alcohol consumption is deadly and devastating, and its impact is often overlooked.

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As the COVID-19 pandemic wears on, it’s never been a better time to get into a new podcast.

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Some help is on the way for communities dealing with addiction in addition to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Samantha Arsenault, VP, National Treatment Quality Initiatives

Healthcare, economic, and social factors are coming together to create even more struggles for people with substance use disorders.

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Experts want us to change how we talk about COVID-19 containment. Here's why.

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Community support is an essential part of recovery. So what happens when communities shut down?

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For patients with alcohol use disorder, these are especially dangerous times.

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These are anxious times. Here are some resources to help people affected by addiction.

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Federal guidelines recommend take-home medications and telehealth services.
Gary Mendell

We're thinking of our community in these uncertain times. While our staff is taking precautions, our critical work continues.

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Holly Jespersen

My community supports my recovery. The idea of being so removed from it is a scary one.

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Jess Keefe

Commonly known as a relapse, a recurrence of substance use disorder symptoms isn't a sign of failure. Here's what experts say about supporting someone through the experience.

Shatterproof: Stronger Than Addiction

192 Americans die from drug overdoses each day.

This must stop. Help reverse the addiction crisis in America.

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