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Why Is the DOJ Trying to Stop Cities from Taking on the Opioid Crisis?

Source : Why Is the DOJ Trying to Stop Cities from Taking on the Opioid Crisis?|Rolling Stone Originally published August 31st, 2018 Cities across the country have proposed opening doctor-endorsed safe-injection sites to curb opioid fatalities — but the attorney general’s office is threatening civil and criminal penalties if they move ...

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Doctor questions ‘disgraceful’ care provided by private, high-volume methadone clinics amid opioid crisis

Source : Doctor questions ‘disgraceful’ care provided by private, high-volume methadone clinics amid opioid crisis|CBC.ca Patients need comprehensive treatment to successfully fight opioid addiction, experts say As a northern Ontario city battles an opioid overdose death rate that’s twice as high as the provincial average, doctors are sounding the alarm about ...

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A Closer Look at How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Employment

Source: A Closer Look at How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Employment|HBR.org Originally published August 20th 2018 The toll that the opioid epidemic has taken on the United States is undeniable. On average, 115 Americans die every day from a drug overdose involving an opioid, and even more suffer the debilitating effects of addiction. ...

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Du logement social pour lutter contre l’itinérance

Source: Du logement social pour lutter contre l’itinérance|Huffington Post QC Le prochain gouvernement devra s’engager à développer davantage de logements sociaux pour répondre aux besoins urgents, en augmentant le nombre d’unités financées et en bonifiant les programmes et budgets. Pour lutter contre l’itinérance, l’accès à un logement stable, sécuritaire et salubre ...

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