we do it to send warm wishes to all of our supporters–to you! It’s a privilege to be connected to so many terrific people who care about improving individual and system-level responses to addiction.
IRETA’s 2017 Annual Report summarizes the effectiveness of our longstanding medical student program.
When Kelley Kelley took office as the mayor of Turtle Creek, she’d promised the community that she would do a better job addressing addiction and its harms.
Each person who showed up for recovery sent the message that “Hey, a person who looks like me is affected by this, too!”
Peer-reviewed evaluation results indicate that students feel more responsible and motivated to help people with substance use disorders
IRETA works with courts to ensure that individuals on community supervision are receiving appropriate, high-quality care.
Tracking progress on our home state’s efforts to modernize our PDMP and improve the quality of care that all patients receive.
Ten countries have authorized Supervised Injection Facilities in about 66 cities around the world.
People are dying, healthcare costs are rising, the stigma persists, and care is hard to access. Fortunately, no matter where Surgeon General Vivek Murthy, MD, MBA goes to work in the morning, he’s left us with a significant document to learn from and bring to life, the 2016 Surgeon General’s Report on Alcohol, Drugs, and Health.
We know that treatment is more cost-effective (and compassionate) than punishment. But what we should really be talking about is good treatments.