Teens are not getting proper ER treatment for opioid use.
New research suggests street drugs, rather than prescriptions, are fueling the opioid crisis.
Many people aren’t getting the right OUD treatment, but telehealth may be improving outcomes.
Opvee is approved by the federal agency to combat opioid overdoses.
Fentanyl and other potent opioids are mainly to blame for increase in overdose fatalities.
Remote urine screenings are effective but could be subject to tampering.
Delaware Behavioral Health Consortium awards funds for fighting the opioid epidemic.
Most people believe the opioid crisis is get worse, not better.
The medical community is experimenting with different treatment methods to combat addiction crisis.
Parents with substance use disorders are leaving fentanyl and other drugs within reach.