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Introducing Healthy Wisconsin

 

Multijuridictional Counterdrug Task Force Training 
This website is an excellent tool for those looking for informative drug videos and classes.

 

Great Lakes Addiction Technology Transfer Center Network

View the ATTC's upcoming training schedule by visiting their website.

 

AODA Articles and Studies

  • Opiate overdoses bring call for more Drug Courts – Boston, MA
    The recent spike in opiate deaths and overdoses in Massachusetts has created a public-health crisis that demands a speedy, sweeping response, including more courts to deal specifically with drug-addicted defendants, the chief justice of the state’s trial court said Monday. “We can’t do it alone: We need your help,” Chief Justice Paula Carey said at Greenfield Community College, where she addressed an overflow audience at a public forum on opiate abuse. 

  • Commentary: Rx Summit Focuses on National Collaboration
    We have witnessed substance abuse problems spread from community to community, seemingly unabated. The National Rx Drug Abuse Summit is helping to meet challenges head-on through an unprecedented collaboration, says Dan Smoot of Operation Unite.
     

  • Many People Who Often Abuse Painkillers Get Them from Doctors, Dealers
    People who frequently abuse opioid painkillers are more likely to get the drugs from a doctor's prescription or a dealer, rather than for free from family or friends, a new study finds.
     

  • Law Enforcement Concerned About Potentially Addictive Drug Kratom
    Law enforcement officials are concerned about a potentially addictive drug called kratom, which is sold as a tea in head shops, according to USA Today.
     

  • E-cigarettes
    E-cigarettes, promoted as a way to "quit" regular cigarettes, may actually be a new route to conventional smoking and nicotine addiction for teenagers, according to a new University of California at San Francisco study published online today in JAMA Pediatrics.

Prescription Drug Abuse Statistics

Medicated to Death
Source: TopRNtoBSN.com

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