Use + Harm Reduction

    The End of the X-Waiver Is a Chance to Advance Health Equity

    On January 12, the federal government announced an important change to drug policy that ...

    New Jersey’s Plan to Offer Free Naloxone for All at Pharmacies

    Getting naloxone should be about to get much easier in New Jersey. Governor Phil ...

    Heroin Nasal Spray Increases Harm Reduction Options in Switzerland

    Back in the 1990s, Switzerland pioneered heroin-assisted treatment—successfully addressing HIV and overdose crises by ...

    SAMHSA’s Methadone Reforms Toothless Until We End Clinics’ Power

    The COVID-19 pandemic and record overdose tolls have continued to pressure the Substance Abuse ...

    Lack of Person-Centered Research Impedes Rural Access to OUD Meds

    Across the United States, people face many barriers to accessing medications for opioid use ...

    California Now Requires Naloxone Access on College Campuses

    California is now requiring most public universities and colleges to offer students free naloxone, ...

    The Biggest Tobacco Harm Reduction Battles to Come in 2023

    United States tobacco control did not have an easy 2022. So much turmoil has ...