On Oct. 31, we opened registration for NatCon24 — the largest conference in mental health and substance use treatment — in St. Louis from April 15-17.
Providing MAT for the justice involved is an effective, humane way to treat SUD and prevent overdose deaths.
Today’s goal must be to ensure that everyone in the U.S. has access to high-quality, comprehensive care at a CCBHC.
We sat down with Joseph Turner to learn how Exponents — a National Council member organization in New York — is improving health and igniting hope.
We sat down with MHFA's Kayla Blasher to learn about her recovery journey and the importance of speaking up when people need help.
We interviewed Tracy Das, a Getting Candid student ambassador, as part of our Children, Young Adults & Families Interest Group blog series.
As we observe Recovery Month, it’s important to highlight the role peer recovery support specialists play in the recovery journeys of others.
In today's interconnected era, the true challenge lies in deciding whether, how, and when to share, especially in the digital age.
We interviewed Teresa Halliday, a National Council senior advisor, as part of our Children, Young Adults & Families Interest Group blog series.
Since 1970, The Haven has been addressing barriers to recovery in Tucson, Arizona, by putting women on the path to recovery.