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BHN Fall 2023 Issue

“Substance Use Disorder Prevention, Treatment, Recovery, and Harm Reduction”

BHN Fall 2023 Issue

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Articles in This Issue

“Decriminalization” is Misconceived: Towards Improved Drug Policy

360 is More Than Just an Address, It’s a Model of Care for The Mental Health Association of Westchester

Addressing Nicotine Dependence in Patients with Mental Health Concerns and/or Substance Use Disorders

An Epidemic Rages On: “Treatment” Is Not Enough

An Overview of Family-Based Substance Use Therapy

Behavioral Health News Spotlight on Excellence: An Interview with Mary Brewster, Associate Commissioner for Harm Reduction at the New York State Office of Addiction Services and Supports (OASAS)

Caring for Yourself: Learning to Live with a Substance Use Disorder

Consequences of Blissful Ignorance: Marijuana’s Health Risks

Consumer Perspectives: Substance Use Treatment and Mental Health

Empowering Recovery: How Technology Supports Those with Substance Use Disorders

Enhancing Recovery and Pioneering Hope: Integrating Outpatient and Residential Treatment Amid the Opioid Crisis

Focus on Addiction Psychiatry: An Interview with Petros Levounis, MD, President of the American Psychiatric Association (APA)

Harm Reduction in Treatment: A Simplified Overview

Harm Reduction: A Bridge Back to Life

Inclusivity in Recovery: How Federation Adapts Addiction Services to Diverse Communities

Jorge R. Petit, MD, Appointed to SAMHSA Center for Substance Abuse Treatment National Advisory Council

Lessons Learned in Effectively Advancing Co-Occurring Competent Care

Moving Toward Recovery After Discharge with the Ongoing Abstinence Recovery Schedule Program™

New Tool Deployed to Help Veterans: Supported Recovery Training and Certification

Nurturing Healing Within Our Homes: Pathways to Treatment Within the Family

Older Adults and Substance Misuse: Hiding in Plain Sight

Opioid Settlement Funds an Opportunity to Strengthen Services

Quality Integrated Care is Critical for the Recovery of Individuals with Mental Health and Substance Use Challenges

Substance Use Disorder Prevention and Treatment Services: A Social Justice and Health Equity Perspective

The Critical Role of Peer Support Programs to Sustained Substance Use Disorder Recovery

The Hidden Impacts of Overdose: Four More Reasons We Must Stop the Epidemic

The Long History and Bright Future of Harm Reduction in New York State

The Opioid Epidemic: Helping Communities in Crisis

Understanding Compulsive Sexual Behavior and Pornography Viewing as Addictions

Unlocking Success: 6 Ways Technology Enhances Substance Use Disorder Treatment and Access to Addiction Recovery Care

When Happy Hour Isn’t Always So Happy: One Clinician’s Point of View

When the Unexpected Happens: The Importance of Policies and Procedures

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