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Reflections on our teen and young adult’s substance use and abuse.

On April 4, 2011, Join Together became part of the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids through collaboration with the Boston University School of Public Health. Join

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Yes, we changed our name to The Partnership at Drugfree.org in 2010. In the course of our 26-year history, our mission has also evolved, moving

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the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is compassionate toward those who are struggling with serious illness, and we know that some have reported finding relief from

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the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids is deeply concerned about legalization of marijuana because of the risks that marijuana poses to children’s health and development. The

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Our view is that medical schools do not adequately educate doctors about pain or addiction. Action, via an education requirement, needs to be taken to

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No. the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids helped secure Congressional support for the National Youth Anti-Drug Media Campaign in 1998 and worked on the Campaign as

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There is no relation. Drug Free America Foundation, Inc. is a drug prevention and policy organization based in Florida. Their site can be found at

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Yes. Medication-assisted treatment is the use of medication, along with therapy and other supports within evidence-based treatment, to help address issues related to opioid dependence,

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Yes. Naloxone, also known as Narcan, acts to displace opioids from receptors in the brain and allows slowed breathing to resume. A dose of Naloxone

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Yes. Accidental drug overdoses are now the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Some of these deaths could be prevented if the

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