Ren in Legislation
July 21, 2019

Drug Court Vs. Treatment: How Drug Courts Can Help | Narconon

In a nation that struggles with a drug addiction epidemic, our society rapidly seeks solutions and methodology for reducing the drug problem.


Ren in Information on U.S. States
August 11, 2018

Incarceration Alone Will Never Solve Addiction in America

In the subject and arena of drug and alcohol addiction, there is always the debated topic of whether we should treat drugs addicts through rehabilitation, or whether we should just incarcerate them. Americans go back and forth on this topic constantly.


Ren in National News
May 12, 2018

The Opioid Epidemic Was Declared a National Emergency: Now What?

President Trump declared opiate addiction in the U.S. a national emergency in late October 2017. In fact, he declared opiates a, “State of National Public Health Emergency.” This label does not get thrown around much, and for it to be attached to something drug-related is unprecedented.


Karen Hadley in Drug Rehab
September 20, 2017

Bergen County, New Jersey, Offers Innovative Rehab Program Inside their Jail

Of all the states, New Jersey is one of the hardest hit by the heroin epidemic. In Bergen County, officials show their determination to fight this problem by offering a long-term rehab program inside the county’s jail.