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Addiction News & Policy Update for Week Ending April 10, 2020


Anxiety, depression, OCD—how to cope with mental health issues, and symptoms to watch for
Tips that could help you get through these weeks of social distancing, working from home and worrying about your health and money

Coronavirus gave cannabis companies a big bump in sales and it wasn't just for the wake-and-bake set
As a wide range of American economy sectors ground to a halt in response to the coronavirus crisis, one particular industry headed in the other direction.

Don't Let Fear of Covid-19 Turn into Stigma
If you don't already, you will soon know someone who has been ill with Covid-19 and survived. They will be our friends, our family, our neighbors and our colleagues. History will judge us by the way we treat them.

The Opioid Epidemic Meets The Coronavirus Pandemic—With Potentially Deadly Results
For the 16 million people globally and 3 million people in the U.S. suffering from opioid use disorder (OUD), COVID-19 brings a slew of issues: lack of face-to-face counseling services, methadone clinic shutdown and increased mortality risk from coronavirus from underlying respiratory damage.

Opioid Epidemic in New Jersey Takes Backseat to Coronavirus Pandemic
When an opioid epidemic collides with a viral pandemic, those suffering from addiction lose vital services.

Practicing Teamwork with the Boys Group
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