Major League Baseball Adds Opioids and Other Drugs to Screening Process

Major League Baseball announced on Thursday, December 12, 2019, that it will begin screening for Opioids, Fentanyl, Cocaine and Synthetic THC, and other common drugs of abuse. While the MLB has for years tested for performance-enhancing substances, surprisingly it has not tested for illegal drugs of abuse unless a specific circumstance warranted it. The league

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I’m So Scared of Recovery

This article is written by one of our guest bloggers, Amanda. Amanda is passionate about recovery and inspiring others to follow the path to recovery for life. Have you ever thought or said, “I’m so scared of recovery”? If so, don’t worry you are completely normal. No matter how long you’ve been drinking or using,

Ohio Governor Pushes for more Drug Courts and Focus on Treatment

Ohio’s Governor, Mike DeWine, is working to address the drug problem in the state, and he is asking for the help of the court system, treatment professionals, residents, and other organizations to help him accomplish his goals. Governor DeWine recently created the RecoveryOhio initiative to improve how the state addresses mental health and substance use