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Collegiate Recovery Programs: A Groundbreaking Solution for Students With Addictions

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The Opioid Crisis and Older Americans: Philanthropy’s Role in Addressing the Effects

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How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Nonprofits

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Ohio Not-for-Profits Rally to Tackle the Opioid Epidemic

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Opioid Crisis Creating Nonprofit Demand

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The Opioid Epidemic and the Urgent Need for a Philanthropic Response

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Rotary Clubs Harness International Connections to Tackle U.S. Opioid Crisis

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Faces of the Opioid Crisis

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More Than 100 Organizations Join the National Academy of Medicine in Countering the Opioid Epidemic

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Collaborating with Community Nonprofits to Address the Opioid Epidemic

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5 Ways to Avoid Addiction Relapse

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Family-Focused Approaches to Opioid Addiction Improve the Effectiveness of Treatment

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The Role of Nutrition in Addiction Recovery The Role of Nutrition in Addiction Recovery

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1 Article-Article jplist-topic-Nutrition jplist-topic-Addiction jplist-topic-Recovery 0 334161 334161 According to FTX Wellness, "Those that struggle with any type of addiction are quite literally battling their own minds. If the mind is controlled by our guts, then our first line of defense must begin with ensuring sound nutritional decisions into our lifestyle. Rejuvenating a sound mind, body, and spirit are the end goals in a strong addiction recovery program, but trying to attempt re-establishing those goals without a nutrition plan is pointless." This article explains how practicing good nutrition is one of the keys to "fueling the recovery fire."

The Role of Nutrition in Addiction Recovery

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According to FTX Wellness, "Those that struggle with any type of addiction are quite literally battling their own minds. If the mind is controlled by ...

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2 Article-Article jplist-topic-Family jplist-topic-opioids jplist-topic-Addiction 0 334160 334160 From the report: "In treating opioid addiction, moving from an individual approach to a family-focused approach to treatment can have lasting benefits for children and parents, and decrease health care costs." This research report discusses the new evidence that finds family-focused approaches can improve upon models that treat individuals, expanding benefits and cost efficiencies, and improving the health and development of children.

Family-Focused Approaches to Opioid Addiction Improve the Effectiveness of Treatment

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From the report: "In treating opioid addiction, moving from an individual approach to a family-focused approach to treatment can have lasting ...

5 Ways to Avoid Addiction Relapse 5 Ways to Avoid Addiction Relapse

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In her article Donna M. White says, "Working in an inpatient setting, I applaud the accomplishments of patients. It is nice to see progress ...

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3 Article-Article jplist-topic-Relapse jplist-topic-Addiction jplist-topic-Recovery 0 334157 334157 In her article Donna M. White says, "Working in an inpatient setting, I applaud the accomplishments of patients. It is nice to see progress made, insights gained, and increased awareness of addiction and addictive behaviors. However, I also remind them that remaining drug-free will be a challenge because true recovery is a life-long journey. Some people will remain clean, some will relapse, and some will become what is commonly referred to as “chronic relapsers.” While there is no "magic wand" to help substance abusers avoid relapse, this article provides some tips to decrease relapse potential.

5 Ways to Avoid Addiction Relapse

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In her article Donna M. White says, "Working in an inpatient setting, I applaud the accomplishments of patients. It is nice to see progress made, ...

Developing Healthy Relationships in Recovery Developing Healthy Relationships in Recovery

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Buddy T says, "If you are trying to maintain abstinence from drugs or alcohol, it is very important that you develop positive, healthy ...

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4 Article-Article jplist-topic-Recovery jplist-topic-Support jplist-topic-adddiction 0 334156 334156 Buddy T says, "If you are trying to maintain abstinence from drugs or alcohol, it is very important that you develop positive, healthy relationships to support you during your recovery process. For most people who go through a professional rehab program, that can mean having to make an entire set of new friends." This article explains the importance of developing new, positive friendships with people who support your addiction recovery efforts.

Developing Healthy Relationships in Recovery

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Buddy T says, "If you are trying to maintain abstinence from drugs or alcohol, it is very important that you develop positive, healthy relationships ...

How Addiction Happens How Addiction Happens

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5 Video-Video jplist-topic-Addiction jplist-topic-Drugs jplist-topic-Alcohol 0 334155 334155 "Our oldest son died of an accidental heroin/fentanyl overdose on his 22nd birthday, in December, 2015. Our family produced this video to help teens and their families avoid the painful path of addiction. Understand how addiction starts and how to prevent it." Description from How Addiction Happens

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"Our oldest son died of an accidental heroin/fentanyl overdose on his 22nd birthday, in December, 2015. Our family produced this video to help teens ...

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"More than 27 million people around the world suffer from opioid-use disorders. Behind that staggering number are people — our friends, ...

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6 Article-Article jplist-topic-opioid-crisis jplist-topic-civic-organizations jplist-topic-rotary-club jplist-topic-opioids 0 334154 334154 "More than 27 million people around the world suffer from opioid-use disorders. Behind that staggering number are people — our friends, neighbors, colleagues."This article discusses three people who climbed out of addiction to lead productive lives and give back to their communities to help fight addiction. 

Faces of the Opioid Crisis

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"More than 27 million people around the world suffer from opioid-use disorders. Behind that staggering number are people — our friends, neighbors, ...

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Rotary club members used support from international partners to help fight opioid addiction. According to Ryan Hyland, "After months of ...

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7 Article-Article jplist-topic-rotary-club jplist-topic-opioids jplist-topic-opioid-crisis jplist-topic-civic-organizations 0 334153 334153 Rotary club members used support from international partners to help fight opioid addiction. According to Ryan Hyland, "After months of doing research and consulting with health officials, substance abuse experts, educators, and media professionals, they had a plan: a Rotary Foundation global grant project, totaling more than $107,000. The project’s initiatives would support those directly affected by the epidemic, educate communities about preventing and treating opioid addiction, and prevent drug abuse among local young people by training them in leadership skills and healthy decision making."Read how civic organizations, like Rotary, are finding ways to fight the opioid epidemic in their communities. 

Rotary Clubs Harness International Connections to Tackle U.S. Opioid Crisis

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Rotary club members used support from international partners to help fight opioid addiction. According to Ryan Hyland, "After months of doing ...

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Article from Nonprofit Quarterly by Karen Kahn

According to Karen Kahn, "As our country ages, rural communities are aging the most rapidly. One in four adults over the age of 65 lives in ...

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8 Article-Article jplist-topic-nonprofit jplist-topic-philanthropy jplist-topic-opioids jplist-topic-opioid-crisis 0 334152 334152 According to Karen Kahn, "As our country ages, rural communities are aging the most rapidly. One in four adults over the age of 65 lives in a small town or rural area, about 10 million Americans. Many of these older adults suffer from chronic illnesses and pain associated with a lifetime of labor. When opioids are prescribed, insufficient education about dangers associated with these drugs—including overdose and death—can lead to unintended misuse and abuse." Opioid misuse in older adults is very common in more rural regions due to poor health literacy and misunderstanding of the effects of the drugs themselves. Read this article to learn about the opioid crisis among older Americans, and how upstream solutions, like getting nonprofits involved, can help fully address the opioid crisis. 

The Opioid Crisis and Older Americans: Philanthropy’s Role in Addressing the Effects

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According to Karen Kahn, "As our country ages, rural communities are aging the most rapidly. One in four adults over the age of 65 lives in a small ...

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Article from NC State Philanthropy Journal by Gina Clark

According to Gina Clark, "The socio-economic, geographic and psychographic contributors to this issue are as diverse as the millions of ...

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9 Article-Article jplist-topic-nonprofits jplist-topic-community-organizations jplist-topic-opioids jplist-topic-opioid-epidemic 0 334140 334140 According to Gina Clark, "The socio-economic, geographic and psychographic contributors to this issue are as diverse as the millions of people it is affecting. It is clear the response to the crisis must be just as multi-layered, personal and scalable, which is where collaboration becomes essential. There needs to be a clear and grounded understanding of the people at risk and the factors affecting these risk levels that are specific to them as individuals. We have to begin at the community-level with nonprofits that have identified the people most in need of resources and support and, from there, build strong partnership networks that allow us to maximize resources and create the greatest change."This article discusses the importance of collaborations between non-profits and community organizations to fight the opioid epidemic. 

Collaborating with Community Nonprofits to Address the Opioid Epidemic

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According to Gina Clark, "The socio-economic, geographic and psychographic contributors to this issue are as diverse as the millions of people it is ...

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Article from Patient Engagement Hit by Sara Heath

CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, a large payer provider in the Maryland and Washington DC area, has earmarked over $2 million to fund ...

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10 Article-Article jplist-topic-opioid-crisis jplist-topic-community-organizations 0 334139 334139 CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, a large payer provider in the Maryland and Washington DC area, has earmarked over $2 million to fund community health initiatives aimed at addressing the opioid crisis and expanding patient access to care.These awards come as the healthcare industry is grappling with the opioid crisis. Misuse of opioids and other risky substances poses a threat to patient wellbeing, with over 115 individuals dying following an overdose on any give day, according to recent data.Read how grants are being given to community health organizations in order to connect more patients to treatment and resources to overcome the opioid crisis. 

Payers Invest in Community Health Programs Tackling Opioid Crisis

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CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield, a large payer provider in the Maryland and Washington DC area, has earmarked over $2 million to fund community health ...

The Opioid Epidemic and the Urgent Need for a.. → The Opioid Epidemic and the Urgent Need for a.. →

Article from PND by Rain Henderson and Regina LaBelle

In their article Rain Henderson and Regina LaBelle say, "Throughout our careers, we have worked alongside some of the sharpest ...

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11 Article-Article jplist-topic-opioid-crisis jplist-topic-opioids jplist-topic-non-profits 0 334138 334138 In their article Rain Henderson and Regina LaBelle say, "Throughout our careers, we have worked alongside some of the sharpest philanthropic minds and leading substance use experts and have come to believe that if more funders were to direct their resources to solving the opioid epidemic and addressing the addiction crisis in America, it would, at a minimum, catalyze a badly need response from government, business, and the private sector and lead to better health outcomes for millions of people."This article discusses the need for nonprofit involvement in the opioid crisis, and how they can further address substance abuse disorders. 

The Opioid Epidemic and the Urgent Need for a Philanthropic Response

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In their article Rain Henderson and Regina LaBelle say, "Throughout our careers, we have worked alongside some of the sharpest philanthropic minds ...

Opioid Crisis Creating Nonprofit Demand Opioid Crisis Creating Nonprofit Demand

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From the article:"Prana is a new player in the addiction services nonprofit world, but it's an example of a program developed in response ...

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12 Article-Article jplist-topic-opioid-crisis jplist-topic-non-profits jplist-topic-opioids 0 334136 334136 From the article:"Prana is a new player in the addiction services nonprofit world, but it's an example of a program developed in response to the uphill battle against opioids being fought in Massachusetts and across the country. Healthcare, family services and youth development nonprofits in Central Massachusetts have added staff and expanded programming as a response to the crippling epidemic."This article discusses how nonprofit organizations have become key players in helping fight the opioid crisis. 

Opioid Crisis Creating Nonprofit Demand

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From the article:"Prana is a new player in the addiction services nonprofit world, but it's an example of a program developed in response to the ...

Ohio Not-for-Profits Rally to Tackle the Opioid.. → Ohio Not-for-Profits Rally to Tackle the Opioid.. →

Article from Modern Healthcare by Lydia Coutre

From the article:"As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage Northeast Ohio, local not-for-profits have found themselves on the frontlines. ...

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13 Article-Article jplist-topic-non-profit jplist-topic-opioids jplist-topic-opioid-epidemic 0 334130 334130 From the article:"As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage Northeast Ohio, local not-for-profits have found themselves on the frontlines. Those who for years have operated in the addiction treatment field say they're trying to bring more awareness to the crisis and find the resources to bring on more staff to fight it. Other organizations not working in the traditional clinical space are looking at how they too can help curb the epidemic."Learn how non-profits are joining the fight to help fight the opioid crisis. 

Ohio Not-for-Profits Rally to Tackle the Opioid Epidemic

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From the article:"As the opioid epidemic continues to ravage Northeast Ohio, local not-for-profits have found themselves on the frontlines. Those who ...

Many Colleges Still in Denial About Need for.. → Many Colleges Still in Denial About Need for.. →

Article from Boston Globe by Felice J. Freyer

From the article:"Jack Barkowski felt nervous about returning to college. He had spent the summer of 2017 not waiting tables or ...

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14 Article-Article jplist-topic-Collegiate-Recovery 0 334129 334129 From the article:"Jack Barkowski felt nervous about returning to college. He had spent the summer of 2017 not waiting tables or lifeguarding but painfully detoxing from tranquilizers and adjusting to life without drugs and alcohol. And he was still living in a halfway house when school began. How would he manage classes and social life while maintaining his sobriety and sticking to the house rules? The answer, he soon learned, was straightforward, and universal: with support from others like him."Read this article to learn about how collegiate recovery programs can provide the support students in addiction recovery need to succeed in college while maintaining their recovery. 

Many Colleges Still in Denial About Need for Recovery Services

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From the article:"Jack Barkowski felt nervous about returning to college. He had spent the summer of 2017 not waiting tables or lifeguarding but ...

Collegiate Recovery Programs: A Groundbreaking.. → Collegiate Recovery Programs: A Groundbreaking.. →

Presentation by Sara Fudjack and Annie McCullough

This session dealt with 5 objectives: 1. Overview of recovery2. Overview of collegiate recovery programs (CRPs)3. Considering stigma4. CRP ...

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15 Slide-Presentation-Slide-Presentation jplist-topic-Collegiate-Recovery 0 334128 334128 This session dealt with 5 objectives: 1. Overview of recovery2. Overview of collegiate recovery programs (CRPs)3. Considering stigma4. CRP outcomes5. Recovery and CRPs in Canada

Collegiate Recovery Programs: A Groundbreaking Solution for Students With Addictions

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This session dealt with 5 objectives: 1. Overview of recovery2. Overview of collegiate recovery programs (CRPs)3. Considering stigma4. CRP outcomes5. ...

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A Report from the University of Maryland School of Public Health

The Center on Young Adult Health and Development (CYAHD) was established at the University of Maryland School of Public Health in 2009. ...

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16 eBook-eBook jplist-topic-Collegiate-Recovery jplist-topic-CRC 0 334127 334127 The Center on Young Adult Health and Development (CYAHD) was established at the University of Maryland School of Public Health in 2009. This research center is one of the first such centers in the United States specifically dedicated to understanding the health and development of young adults. More information about CYAHD can be found at www.cyahd.umd.edu.

Collegiate Recovery Programs: A Win-Win Proposition for Students and Colleges

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The Center on Young Adult Health and Development (CYAHD) was established at the University of Maryland School of Public Health in 2009. This research ...

Bama Recovery: Recovery is Possible Bama Recovery: Recovery is Possible

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Larry shares what collegiate recovery has meant to him as a part of Recovery Campus' series "Recovery on Campus is Possible."

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Bama Recovery: Recovery is Possible

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Larry shares what collegiate recovery has meant to him as a part of Recovery Campus' series "Recovery on Campus is Possible."

More Than 100 Organizations Join the National.. → More Than 100 Organizations Join the National.. →

April 30, 2019 Press Release from the National Academy of Medicine

The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) announced today that more than 100 organizations across the U.S. — including community ...

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18 Press-Release-Press-Release jplist-topic-national-academy-of-medicine jplist-topic-civic-organizations jplist-topic-non-profits 0 334124 334124 The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) announced today that more than 100 organizations across the U.S. — including community organizations, hospital and medical systems, academia, nonprofits, and health professional societies — have joined NAM in declaring their commitment to reversing national trends in opioid misuse and overdose. The announcement was made at a meeting of the NAM’s Action Collaborative on Countering the U.S. Opioid Epidemic.Read the entire press release.

More Than 100 Organizations Join the National Academy of Medicine in Countering the Opioid Epidemic

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The National Academy of Medicine (NAM) announced today that more than 100 organizations across the U.S. — including community organizations, ...

How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Nonprofits How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Nonprofits

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19 Article-Article jplist-topic-non-profits jplist-topic-opioid-epidemic 0 334123 334123 According to the article from AmTrust Financial, "Every day, thousands of individuals and families reach out to nonprofit organizations for support, resources, and expertise in the midst of today’s opioid epidemic. As more and more individuals are impacted by this crisis, the need for treatment and recovery related services will continue to rise. As a nonprofit organization helping to make a difference in the lives of so many, it’s vital that you understand how the opioid epidemic can affect your operation." Read the full article.

How the Opioid Epidemic Affects Nonprofits

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According to the article from AmTrust Financial, "Every day, thousands of individuals and families reach out to nonprofit organizations for support, ...

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