Karen Hadley in Opioid Crisis
January 28, 2019

What Will It Take to Overcome the Opioid Crisis? Our Combined “Blood, Toil, Tears and Sweat”

Overcoming the opioid crisis will only be accomplished with the “blood, toil, tears and sweat“ (to quote Winston Churchill) of hundreds of thousands or even millions of people just like you. Learn how you can help.


Ren in U.S. Government
November 15, 2018

A Bipartisan Senate and House Agreed on a New Health Accord: What This Means for the Addiction Epidemic

One of the big news items to hit the airwaves recently was Congress’s new health agreement. This was a bipartisan event in which both Democrats and Republicans from the Senate and the House of Representatives alike agreed on something. Amazing.


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.