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Break the stigma through storytelling.

Break the stigma through storytelling.

Break the stigma through storytelling. Break the stigma through storytelling.

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GET IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT THE COVID-19 pandemic

These are anxious times. From treatment access to grief support, here’s some information to help you navigate through this. 

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Maintaining treatment access

Addiction patients should not lose access to their lifesaving care right now. Treatment has to be provided in ways that are safest for both patients and healthcare workers.

The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) has recommended that Opioid Treatment Programs (OTPs) in every state provide patients with take-home medication. And the Addiction the American Society of Addiction Medicine has released its clinical guidelines for alcohol withdrawal management ahead of schedule, aiming to educate providers and help raise awareness of patients who are at risk right now.

 Shatterproof has been reaching out to state leaders to offer our support in following these recommendations and increasing telemedicine access.

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How to find a virtual meeting

Community support is an essential part of recovery. Here’s how to find an online meeting that’s right for you. 

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Why COVID-19 is a perfect storm in the addiction world

A strained healthcare system, social isolation, economic struggles—Samantha Arsenault, our Vice President of National Treatment Quality initiatives, lays out how this pandemic will uniquely impact America’s addiction crisis. 

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Federal coronavirus stimulus package includes advances for addiction

Some help is on the way. The package includes support for telehealth services, behavioral health clinics, veterans, and more. Read the highlights. 

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5 great podcasts about addiction and recovery

As the pandemic wears on, it’s never been a better time to get into a new podcast. Start with these five. 

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Physical distancing and staying social

Social distancing is a phrase few people were familiar with even just a month ago. Now, it shows up in nearly every news story, tweet, and press briefing about COVID-19.

 Words matter. Experts want to change the language of the coronavirus outbreak. Here's why.  

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THANK YOU SHATTERPROOF FOR THE ABOVE INFORMATION

THANK YOU SHATTERPROOF FOR THE ABOVE INFORMATION