|Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly
“Many thanks. Your weekly is the best news source out there on addiction-related topics. Keep up the great work.”
– Marty Duda, Senior Editor, Hazelden Foundation
Offering significant news and analysis of federal and state public policy developments, private sector business developments, and provider issues and innovations, Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly is an indispensable resource for managers and directors in addiction treatment centers, federal and state policy makers, researchers, and healthcare consultants.
We don't just bring you the latest headlines in the field. Each week, Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly presents in depth information and analysis on fundamental issues, policy changes, new legislation, research findings, and business news--so you understand the implications for your practice.
- Several prominent stories analyzing the latest news on substance use disorders
- State budget watch
- Coming Up Calendar
- Preview issue
- Innovations issue
- Workforce issue
Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly features 100% original, objective reporting—by journalists experienced in covering the addiction field. Each week we interview experts, review new research, and follow the inner workings of SAMHSA and other federal and state agencies—so you get accurate, up-to-date information about what matters to your programs and the people you serve.
And, unlike other publications, Alcoholism & Drug Abuse Weekly does not accept any advertising. We present just the facts, free of bias, which best serves our subscribers. You get the benefit of seasoned journalists—reliable trusted sources in the addiction recovery field.
It's your weekly source for information you can use: getting better outcomes with fewer resources, maximizing scarce dollars, working with criminal justice, finding new funding sources, understanding medications, and more. Topics include:
The latest findings in treatment and prevention
Funding and survival issues for providers
The impact of state and federal policy on treatment and prevention
Working under managed care
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