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Addiction News & Policy Update for Week Ending December 18, 2020

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Greetings all. Please note that we will not publish our Addiction News & Policy Update next Friday, December 25, 2020. On behalf of our Board of Trustees, and our staff, we wish you a Merry Christmas

Just what the doctor ordered: Mental health and wellness apps
Kaiser Permanente clinicians can refer their patients to self-care apps, and new case study shows more patients use the digital tools when referred by their therapist.

Has a year of living with Covid-19 rewired our brains?
The pandemic is expected to precipitate a mental health crisis, but perhaps also a chance to approach life with new clarity

47% Of Parents Say Their Kids' Mental Health Has Gotten Worse Since The Summer
According to a new survey published Dec. 10 from ParentsTogether, a national parent-led non-profit with more than 2 million members, families across the U.S. are not only reaching financial breakpoints, but also mental and emotional breaking points.

U.S. Teen Vaping Rates Leveling Off, Remain High
After years of increases, nicotine and marijuana vaping among U.S. teens plateaued this year, but still they remain high, researchers report.

One-of-a-kind mental health initiative is aiding hospital workers confronted by COVID-19
Hackensack Meridian Health's "Even Heroes Need to Recharge" employee resilience campaign was launched this year in support of the mental health of its team members and their families as they cope with the anxiety, grief, fear, and uncertainty surrounding the COVID-19 virus..

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