In 2016, according to one national study, Wilmington, North Carolina, was named as the city having the highest rate of opioid misuse in the nation. A quick Google search shows there are other cities that have also cited opioid use and misuse as their number one issue. Much like being named the top party school in the country, this is not something that one hopes for or is proud of.  Drug use and abuse is not what any city or university wants to be known for. But can you leverage such distinction?
 

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College and university campuses are unique environments when it comes to drug use, addiction, and treatment. Data from the American College Health Association’s most recent National College Health Assessment Survey for Fall 2017 show a sizable gap between surveyed undergraduate students who report using drugs and the perceived usage of various drugs on campus.

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The Dalai Lama once said, 

“Remember that sometimes not getting what you want is a wonderful stroke of luck.”

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How could this new generation of young people change on-campus drug prevention? The Univ. of Denver's Dr. Michael LaFarr discusses.

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Dr. Eric Davidson from Eastern Illinois University highlights the top seven characteristics of great biennial reviews.

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