Tag: opioids

    Will Missouri’s Opioid Settlement Payout Mean Much for Harm Reduction?

    At least 1,921 Missourians died of opioid-involved overdose in 2020, an increase of almost ...

    Vancouver Activists Hand Out Drugs, Demand Better Safe Supply Options

    On July 14 Jean Swanson, a city councillor of Vancouver, British Columbia (BC), helped ...

    Orlando, Florida, Gets Its First Syringe Program—With Strings Attached

    Orange County, Florida, launched its first syringe service program (SSP) on June 1. The ...

    New York Poised to Finally Decriminalize Syringe Possession

    A six-year effort to decriminalize syringe possession for drug use in New York is ...

    “This Lid Is Not Right!”—Arbitrarily Losing My Methadone Take-Homes

    “Wake up!” my wife screamed for the thousandth time, her normally calm speaking voice ...

    Orthopedic Surgeons Fail in Legal Bid to Justify OUD Discrimination

    A group of doctors defended themselves in a disability discrimination lawsuit brought by the ...

    Alberta’s Discredited Anti-SCS Report Still Raised Across North America

    Governments wield power over the implementation of harm reduction services, but their impacts aren’t ...

    Buprenorphine X-Waiver Burden Eased Under New Federal Rules

    Amid the growing opioid-involved overdose crisis, the Department of Health and Human Services released ...