Lack of child care prevents moms from getting drug treatment in Colorado. Here comes “RV Honey.”
The first-of-its-kind program will send RVs renovated as child care classrooms to drug and mental health centers in Denver and the San Luis Valley.
We’re dealing with a pandemic, but remember the opioid crisis? Coronavirus is likely to make it worse.
Colorado slashed millions of dollars that would have helped prevent and treat opioid addiction. And the opioid epidemic is expected to get a coronavirus aftershock.
A decade into the opioid crisis, Colorado hospitals have changed the way they treat opioid-exposed babies. And it’s helping.
Colorado newborns are now less likely to get methadone and more likely to room with their moms
Nicolais: Some sun in the dark clouds of the opioid epidemic
Government programs and healthcare innovators, including many in Colorado, have begun introducing potential solutions to combat the myriad of problems created by opioid misuse
One in three Colorado suicide deaths followed binge drinking, study finds
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment study was the first to examine link between suicide and alcohol