Although the numbers aren't large—nowhere near, say, weed large—the use of recreational ketamine is of growing concern to public health officials.
Christa Thomas-Sowers, community outreach coordinator for Community Care Alliance in Woonsocket, says the hiring crisis afflicting agencies like hers is pushing workers to the breaking point and hurting the state's most vulnerable residents.
Some of America's biggest pharmacy chains have gone on trial for the first time, accused of fueling the country's opioids epidemic.
IN | Purdue’s Military Family Research Institute Partners with Hamilton Center to Promote High Standards of Care for Military Families
Hamilton Center in Terre Haute has become the first three-star center in MFRI's new Star Behavioral Health Providers designation system for organizations.
A new analysis of telehealth use in addiction treatment programs finds that virtual care can boost access to care, but more proof is needed that these channels can improve retention and clinical outcomes.
Researchers working in the area of parental mental illness and substance use disorders face a number of challenges conducting rigorous research and implementing change effectively.
The first of what will be weekly reports from hospitals across Massachusetts shows 716 patients who need acute psychiatric care and can't get it.
In the United States, rates of anxiety and depression remain higher than they were pre-pandemic, according to data released this week by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
MO | ARCA Opens Medical-Based Addiction Treatment Cclinic in Jubilee Community Church on North Grand
Assisted Recovery Centers of America founder Percy Menzies says medicine helps make drug addiction treatment possible.
Based on the book by Beth Macy, the new Hulu series roams the hills of Appalachia and the boardrooms of Purdue Pharma to tell a story of greed and suffering.