Public health workers partner with law enforcement to combat drunk and drugged driving. By Rose Hoban For someone who’s had a few..
In the mountains of Western North Carolina, Richie Tannerhill is championing recovery from mental health and substance-use setbacks. By..
Months of work by a diverse group of experts is yielding ideas on how to improve state programs. By Rose Hoban A high-level panel of..
There are new medications that help people addicted to opioids detox successfully, but only a fraction of people in North Carolina who need..
Doctors and brain researchers agree that medications such as buprenorphine, methadone and naltrexone are the most effective anti-addiction..
As more people use drug drop-off services at local law enforcement agencies and events such as Operation Medicine Drop, the price tag is..
North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper joined other attorneys general in urging Congress to pass the Comprehensive Addiction and..
As the “Helping Families in Mental Health Crisis Act” advances in the U.S. House of Representatives, members of the recovery-oriented..
Lawmakers might be gone from Raleigh, but discussions over what they did, and didn’t do, this session continue. The topic of Medicaid..
Kannapolis-based Cardinal Innovations has proposed changes to services provided for people with mental health issues and intellectual and..