A program in Charlotte is doing just that … with some impressive results. By Whitney Isenhower Carlotta Mauney was homeless for nine..
As deaths from narcotic overdose in North Carolina climb, public health officials, activists, police and others are strategizing how to..
Career training programs have been shown to vastly improve a person’s chances of staying clean and sober. By Christine Vestal Stateline..
The Healing Place of Wake County offers hope for recovery from addiction through peer interaction. By Taylor Sisk Caleb is a man intent on..
MADD leadership and volunteers gathered at the legislature to push for a law requiring ignition interlock devices for all convicted drunk..
By Rose Hoban More than 4,000 people who are working to recovery from substance abuse disorders will have some extra help, thanks to a $7.8..
North Carolina’s injury rate has fallen, with overdose deaths leading the drop. By Rose Hoban North Carolina is one of only nine states..
The Southern Harm Reduction and Drug Policy Conference was held in Asheville last week, convening advocates working along the front lines..
Gov. McCrory could soon sign a bill that makes changes to North Carolina’s Good Samaritan Law – changes supporters hope will save..
Lawmakers contemplate loosening some of North Carolina’s gun laws, even as public health experts are seeking ways to reduce gun..