The Weekly Brief: Opioids in School and at Work

Written by Buprenorphine Doctors

Here at Buprenorphine Doctors, we want to give even more than just lists of Suboxone clinics and doctors near you. We want to make sure you’re up to date on American opioid treatments.

In the News – For Your Sense of the Nation’s Opioid Response

Maine Hosts First Opioid Response Summit

On July 15, Governor Janet Mills convened medical professionals, law enforcement, and lawmakers to consider what Maine can still do about opioid overdoses. This, even when Maine saw a slight decrease in fatal overdoses? Learn more!

Colorado Expands Rural Opioid Treatments

A trial opioid treatment program has done enough good to be renewed until 2021, and considering just how many patients its clinics have served, that’s hopeful news. Learn more!

Ohio Supports Opioid Recovery High School

There’s a high school in Columbus that continues treatment for teenagers who’ve received opioid treatment (among other addictions). But how does a high school support recovery? Learn more!

Featured Articles – For Your Sense of Your Own Opioid Response

Where Can I Find Opioid Help at Work?

Not everyone can leave work for opioid treatment, but not everyone has to. How can you take charge of your opioid recovery in your own workplace? Find out!

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