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Tag: New Jersey opiate abuse

5 Ways to Safeguard Your Home and Family During Opioid Epidemic

Nov 19, 2019
The opioid crisis continues across the country, from different directions. Whether it’s prescription medication, heroin, or fentanyl, there is an epidemic that needs our help in alleviating this predicament. It...

Walgreens Handed Out More Prescriptions Than Competitors During Opioid Crisis

Nov 19, 2019
During the height of the opioid crisis, several health manufacturers and distributors have been under fire with accusations of fueling the opioid crisis. Throughout the year, entities such as Johnson...

NJCAEF Proposes SBIRT Program for Young Adults Suffering from Substance Abuse

Nov 7, 2019
With substance abuse rampant across both the nation and the state of New Jersey, the NJCAEF has proposed a program called SBIRT for young adults in school to fight the...

NJ Attorney General and NJ CARES Announce 1 Million for Operation Helping Hand

Oct 16, 2019
New Jersey’s opioid crisis efforts continue as Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal, alongside the Office of the New Jersey Coordinator for Addiction Responses and Enforcement Strategies (“NJ CARES”), announces $1...

New Jersey Senators Announce 3 Million to Fight Opioid Crisis

Oct 7, 2019
Recently, New Jersey’s government has received millions in funding, mainly to fight the opioid epidemic. Some of New Jersey’s recent funding includes $8 million for opioid treatment in jails and...

Is It Possible to Quit an Opioid Addiction?

Oct 2, 2019
Every day there’s an opioid-related event in the United States, whether it’s about pharmaceutical companies going bankrupt, federal funding to combat the opioid epidemic or a rising opioid crisis in...

Six Ways to Fight the Opioid Crisis

Sep 17, 2019
While efforts to combat the opioid epidemic continues, such as the recent funding of 1.8 billion from the government, the problem will not go away overnight. According to the National...

Pharmacies in New Jersey That Sold the Most Opioids During Crisis

Sep 9, 2019
A report in June from The Washington Post has shed light on pharmacies that sold the most opioids as the epidemic reached new heights. It starts with the Drug Enforcement...

Could E-Cigarette Taxes Be the Answer to New Jersey Drug Reform?

May 2, 2014
In 2010, New Jersey became one of the first states to enact a ban on public use of electronic cigarettes. As part of Jersey’s 2015 budget plan, NJ Governor Chris...
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