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Don’t Forget The Gold

Don’t Forget The Gold

In the 2019 report “Facing Addiction In America: The Surgeon General’s Spotlight On Opioids,” U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams, M.D., referred to medication assisted treatment (MAT) for opioid use disorder (OUD) as the ‘gold standard’. But that endorsement hasn’t been enough to drive adoption of MAT. Despite the ‘gold standard’ endorsement,…
South Carolina To Create A Dementia Crisis Response System

South Carolina To Create A Dementia Crisis Response System

South Carolina plans to create a statewide crisis response system that supports the unique behavioral needs of individuals living with dementia. The goal is to better support caregivers of people with dementia. For this phase of system development, the state intends to consolidate resources through a “No Wrong Door” system….

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