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Tools and resources for those charged with transitioning collegiate recovery programs and communities online during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thinking about doing some spring cleaning over the next few weeks? Chances are that cleaning out your medicine cabinet isn’t on your list of projects. But, it should be. Oftentimes, people keep unused medication to have “on call” in case of an emergency for a future need. In actuality, those medications are not intended for future use and also could be expired. With National Clean Out Your Medicine Cabinets Day approaching on April 17, now is a great time to take a look at wherever you store your medications and dispose of any that are unwanted, unused, or expired.
For years, our country has been fighting a nationwide prescription drug epidemic from all angles, including through treatment, recovery, prevention, policy,...
Across the country, nearly 20 million college students are preparing for the new academic term. The college experience comes with many new transitions - it’s important for school administrators, students, and their families to be prepared to manage these transitions to create an environment and campus climate that nurtures student success.
One such preparation is addressing the topic of prescription drug safety on campus, including prescription stimulants.
Takeaways from the 2019 Prescription Drug Safety Network Summit, which repeatedly underscored the importance of properly monitoring and disposing prescription drugs within households and communities. Closely monitoring prescription drug supply is paramount in safeguarding against both intentional and unintentional overdoses.
On May 7th, elected officials, educators, healthcare and pharmaceutical professionals gathered for the annual Prescription Drug Safety Network Summit.
Takeaways from the 2019 Prescription Drug Safety Network Summit, including how community-based efforts help shape the prescription drug safety landscape
To help support families in this situation, particularly those that have been impacted by the Opioid Crisis, Generations United has launched a powerful tool, Grand Resource: Help for Grandfamilies Impacted by Opioids and Other Substance Use, which addresses a range of topics from practicing self-care, managing childhood trauma, preventing harmful drug use, and having conversations with children about their birth-parent/s’ drug use.
Spring 2019 Prescription Drug Safety Network blog contest winners