All Sober compiles the best of the latest headlines. Here's your addiction and recovery news for the week of Feb. 12, 2024!
Speakers laid out plans and challenges for battling the opioid epidemic, supporting young people in recovery, implementing recovery-friendly workplaces and much more.
For decades, studies claimed that some alcohol consumption carried health benefits, but a new analysis finds their methodology was often flawed. Other recent research concludes no amount of alcohol is safe.
A critical medication for preventing opioid overdose deaths will now be available on store shelves nationwide, no prescription needed.
Narcan, the lifesaving overdose prevention medication, may soon be available over the counter, and a vaccine against fentanyl is in development. Read up!
Nick Verbitsky joined All Sober's Maeve O'Neill and Geoff Botak for a wide-ranging discussion about the future of addiction and a big hurdle yet to be overcome — stopping the bad actors of the opioid crisis.
Leading universities are now tailoring collegiate recovery programs to include newer models of treatment and broader experiences of recovery.
The three-digit code for the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline makes it easier to call, text or chat for quick, compassionate care during a mental health or substance use crisis.
In a new All Sober roundtable discussion, the two joined All Sober EVP Maeve O'Neill and journalist Kathleen Koch for a frank conversation about stigma, sentencing and Suboxone.
In just one year, death rates increased 44% for Black individuals, and 39% for American Indian and Alaska Native individuals.
The long-distance legend set off on a very hot trot to raise funds and awareness for addiction research and recovery initiatives; All Sober joined him on Instagram Live.
The platform's CEO opens up about her inspiration for creating All Sober, her goals for the All Sober community and more, in an interview with author and motivational speaker Diane Forster.