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Underage Drinking and Graduation Season
Underage Drinking and Graduation Season Full Article HERE Graduation is a time to celebrate accomplishments and look forward to new and exciting adventures. When the celebrations venture into underage drinking, which commonly happens when young people are i...

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The Senate Passes The CARA Bill
The Senate Passes The CARA Bill Full Article HERE On Wednesday the Senate passed the  CARA bill  by an overwhelming vote. The approved bill is intended to change the way America handles drug addiction and opioid painkiller addiction. The bill which had prev...

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CARA Passes The House In A Nearly Unanimous Decision.
CARA Passes The House In A Nearly Unanimous Decision. Full Article HERE The House passed the CARA Bill in a 407-5 Vote on Friday, July 8 th . This is big news in the battle to end the opioid addiction in America. In a nearly unanimous decision, the Comprehe...

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On (And Off) the Field, Matt Bush is Working Hard to Redeem His Name
On (And Off) the Field, Matt Bush is Working Hard to Redeem His Name Full Article Here His teammates try their best to buffer him from the insults hurled in his direction. Less than a year out of the halfway house where he used to reside, it’s not uncommon ...

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Heroin Addiction Treatment: Medicaid Now Eligible In NH
Heroin Addiction Treatment: Medicaid Now Eligible In NH Full Article HERE According to the Federal Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration only 2.5million people received aid for drug and alcohol treatment out of the 23.1 million who neede...

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Police Help With Heroin Addiction Treatment
Police Help With Heroin Addiction Treatment Full Article HERE For years the words “addict” and “criminal” have been mistaken as synonymous. Now slowly but surely we are understanding that addiction is a disease that centers in our brain. Those who are suffe...
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